Torrents on The Pirate Bay which claim to contain Final Cut Pro are instead being used to distribute cryptojacking malware to Macs. Continue reading Pirated copies of Final Cut Pro infect Macs with cryptojacking malware→
By Deeba Ahmed
All malicious apps for macOS identified by researchers were uploaded to The Pirate Bay by a user called “wtfisthat34698409672.”
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By Owais Sultan
When looking to mine cryptocurrency, you should always go for legal options of which there are plenty. A…
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Researchers investigating a newly-discovered botnet have admitted that they “accidentally” broke
Read more in my article on the Tripwire State of Security blog. Continue reading Whoops! Researchers accidentally crash botnet used to launch DDoS and cryptomining campaigns→
By Deeba Ahmed
The KmsdBot was known for targeting both Linux and Windows devices.
This is a post from HackRead.com Read the original post: A Syntax Error Led to Crashing of KmsdBot Cryptomining Botnet
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Singapore’s fastest-growing Fintech firm Cake DeFi has added Ethereum Staking service to its platform with 5 percent returns…
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A self-proclaimed cryptocurrency millionaire has been charged with multiple felonies for his alleged role in a scam that purported to sell a high-powered cryptomining machine called the “Bitex Blockbuster” that did not actually exist.
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We’re back from our summer break as we ask how did a cryptomining campaign stay unspotted for years, quiz special guest and infosec rockstar Mikko Hyppönen about his book, and ponder what spiders teach us about misinformation.
All this and much more… Continue reading Smashing Security podcast #287: Lost in translation, spiders, and slapping tortillas→
Nitrokod crypto miner mines Monero (XMR) coin on infected devices and so far it has targeted 111,000 unsuspecting users in 11 countries.
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