Tag: cryptographic currency

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Botnet targeting Electrum Wallet steals $4.6 million

Botnet targeting Electrum Wallet steals $4.6 million

A botnet used to steal money from the Electrum bitcoin wallet network continues to grow. According to researchers, at its peak, it passed over 150,000 hosts. A total of $4.6 million has now been stolen from victims. The botnet was first discovered on 8 April, writes Silicon Angle. This is a new vari... Read more

date3 years ago
Rapidly spreading cryptomining malware uses NSA code

Rapidly spreading cryptomining malware uses NSA code

A new form of cryptomining malware uses hacking codes from the US National Security Agency (NSA). The malware is spreading rapidly throughout Asia, writes Silicon Angle. Symantec security researchers discovered the malware last week and called it Beapy. Beapy mainly focuses on enterprise networks. M... Read more

date3 years ago
‘Samsung is working on Samsung Coin’s own crypto currency’.

‘Samsung is working on Samsung Coin’s own crypto currency’.

Samsung would work on its own blockchain network and its own cryptographic currency. That's what CoinDesk Korea says on the basis of an insider who would know 'of the hat and the edge'. The blockchain task force, part of the wireless department, would work on a blockchain network based on Ethereum.... Read more

date3 years ago
AMD and Nvidia struggle with declining demand for GPUs

AMD and Nvidia struggle with declining demand for GPUs

AMD and Nvidia are still struggling with declining demand for their GPUs. At the beginning of 2018, the companies produced an extra large number of GPUs in order to be able to respond to the increased popularity of cryptic currency. The collapse of this market is now creating a surplus, making it mo... Read more

date4 years ago
Cryptominers found in Microsoft Store

Cryptominers found in Microsoft Store

Symantec security researchers have found about eight potentially unwanted applications in the Microsoft Store that use a victim's computer to mine cryptic currency. That's what IT Pro says. The apps set include battery and computer optimization. They also act as search engines and browsers. These in... Read more

date4 years ago
$190 million in cryptic currency was lost on exit scam.

$190 million in cryptic currency was lost on exit scam.

A possible exit scam related to both cryptic and regular money has lost $190 million in money. It's a scam that had to do with the Canadian QuadrigaCX scholarship. The company states that it can no longer access the money. The company behind the fraud, QuadrigaCX, claims that his 30-year-old founder... Read more

date4 years ago
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