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Singaporean Unlawful Mining Indicted in the United States

A citizen of Singapore was arrested in the United States for a large-scale mining operation using robbed identity and credit card data. The 14-count indictment notes that between October 2017…

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South Korean Hackers Arrested for Infecting Cryto Mining Malware

South Korean Hackers Arrested for Infecting Cryto Mining Malware

The South Korean hackers’ were arrested for injecting malware in the computer of over 6,000 people. The Korean National Police Agency Cyber Bureau and local police have joined efforts to…

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Crypto Mining Malware Runs on iPhone

Crypto Mining Malware Runs on iPhone

As reported on cryptovest a new research from Check Point shows cyber-criminals are increasingly targeting iPhones in crypto-mining attacks. While it never quite took off among consumers, Google Plus is…

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Second Quarter Threat Report 2018 Nasty Malware Trend Growing not Shrinking

Second Quarter Threat Report 2018: Nasty Malware Trend, Growing not Shrinking

If people and companies will depend heavily on cybersecurity news when deciding what operating system to use, nobody will use Windows. That is a plausible practical view of utilitarian users,…

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Crypto Jacking on the Rise 3 Million Cryptojacking Attacks Detected

3 Million Attacks Detected With Cryptojacking On The Rise

Cybercriminals continue to use illicit methods like cryptojacking to steal money. Cybersecurity expert, Quick Heal, recently revealed the breach of 3 million mobile users between January and May of 2018,…

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Crypto Mining Malware

Crypto-Mining Malware is Catching Up

According to Check Point’s latest Global Threat Impact index, nearly 23 percent of organizations across the world is affected by the Coinhive – the Crypto-mining malware that drains CPU power…

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Cryptomining Supply Chain Attack

Once Again, it’s Cryptomining Supply Chain Attack 

Security researcher Scott Helme discovered a third party accessibility plugin called ‘Browsealoud’. In the past 24 hours, it was found that several browsers were compromised. The plugin hides on the…

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