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Over 1 million Android devices have become victims of mass malware hidden in apps called Gooligan.
A number of major news websites have been hit by a cryptolocker malvertising campaign.
What to do to protect your PC against Bitcoin stealing malware.
the author of the crypto-ransomware known as Locker posted an apology on Pastebin and claimed that he “never intended to release” the malware program.
Western secret agencies partnership known as the "Five Eyes" launched a surveillance unit called NTAT to spy on smartphone users as well as a major Chinese mobile web browser.
The cost of data breaches as a result of cybercrime will rise to US$2.1 trillion globally by 2019 as a result of the rapid digitization of consumers’ lives, according to research from market analyst firm Juniper Research.
The domain name belonging to Tesla Motors was hijacked this past week, and visitors to the website were treated to a juvenile display of fake photos on the homepage.
Could malware be injected into the blockchain and be used to steal user's private keys? Cyber security firm Kaspersky Labs seems to think so.
OphionLocker is being called the next generation of malware. The truth is anyone could make it, and that is the real problem.
The security company Damballa has unveiled a recently discovered modified version of a previously popular piece of malware.
A new malware that hijacks Android mobile phones to mine bitcoins has been identified in 5 different Google Play browser plug-ins. The malware, dubbed “BadLepricon” by mobile security start-up Lookout, consumed users’ mobile devices as hackers undertook the intensive process of mining bitcoins.
It’s no secret that cryptocurrency is by no means out of the woods with regard to being perfectly secure. Its youth and the rate at which it is evolving inevitably mean that security challenges will remain at the forefront of the trend for many years to come.
The creator of BitListen.com, Maximillian Laumeister has given interview to Bitcoinexaminer.com, where he explained what happened to the ListenToBitcoin.com – his earlier attempt at making a piece of art out of cryptocurrency.
Many Yahoo users in Europe had their computers infected in a massive malware attack earlier this month.
E-Sports Entertainment, a gaming company that earlier this year admitted to using customer computers to mine Bitcoins, has reached a settlement for $1 million.
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