cryptotwitter

Spammers are sending a wave of threats to businesses, schools, and other locations in English-speaking countries across the world, demanding bitcoin in exchange for not detonating a supposed bomb. There’s no evidence of any actual explosives being placed or detonated, but it’s causing numerous evacuations and law enforcement investigations acrossRead More →

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Cryptojacking schemes are getting more and more intricate by the day. It appears hackers are now disguising cryptocurrency mining malware and passing it off as legitimate Windows installation packages. Researchers say the malicious code, more commonly known as Coinminer, was specifically designed to fly under the radar. What makes theRead More →