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The modest $10,000 ransom collected by the pseudo-Petya hackers is being tracked in the form of a curiously attractive diagram.
Bear time seems to be getting over. All appears to be falling back in place just in line with the momentum that saw Bitcoin’s price touching the $2,000 mark earlier this year.
About 2673 cybercrime complaints were submitted according to IC3’s report. Losses connected to such cybercriminal activities reported to be in $1.3 bln.
The virus spreading through the world’s computers demanding Bitcoin this week is not actually ransomware, researchers say.
Russian and Ukrainian businesses are currently under attack from a WannaCry-like Bitcoin ransomware virus by the name of Petya.
TITANIUM, “Tools for the Investigation of Transactions in Underground Markets”, launched in Europe by seven countries and Europol.
The author of the WannaCry ransomware notes was likely fluent in or a native speaker of Chinese, a security firm has found.
Mainstream media journalists line up to praise Bitcoin and its $2,600 price.
WannaCry is, in fact, the second attack to make use of the NSA-exploited Windows loopholes, it has emerged.
In wake of the WannaCry cyberattacks, Blockchain offers security solutions.
Our London correspondent Nick Ayton reports on what really is behind the WannaCry ransomware outbreak and why things don’t entirely add up.
The National Health Service in England was hit on Friday by a cyber attack of a magnitude that nearly bought the institution to it’s knees.
A global ransomware attack developed using a leaked NSA tool successfully breached into 100,000 computer systems and servers across 99 countries. Bitcoin had minimal involvement.
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