French law enforcement authorities recently have been able to shut down a major Monero (XMR) cryptojacking operation. According to the Cybercrime Fighting Center (C3N), the malware, known as Retadup Monero, infected a total of 850,000 computers before the authorities could finally finish its activities by tricking it. As reported by BBC, the police team
Cryptocurrency hardware wallet manufacturer Ledger has updated its support of Monero (XMR) for its Nano S device, the company confirmed in a press release shared with CBNN Nov. 30. The French company, which along with Trezor and KeepKey is one of the oldest hardware wallet manufacturers in the industry, said the Nano S was already compatible with Monero’s latest GUI 0.13 release.
Monero has officially released its Malware Response Workgroup website yesterday. In an effort to help protect Monero’s community, the website aims to provide resources to educate about the types of malware that may take advantage of users. It provides support for problems including unwanted in-browser and system mining (cryptojacking) and ransomware, all which have been a growing problem
Monero Developers Patch Bug Allowing Attackers to ‘Burn’ Crypto Exchange Deposits. The developers of privacy-minded cryptocurrency monero have patched a bug that would have allowed an attacker to cause significant damage to cryptocurrency exchanges as well as XMR-friendly merchants. The Now-Patched Monero Bug Put Cryptocurrency Exchanges, Merchants at Great Risk: Addressed through