cryptojacking

Hackers are using cryptojacking malware as a cover for more serious attacks, according to a report published by security researchers at Microsoft. In a paper published by the tech company’s intelligence team, malicious actors are fronting attacks with cryptojacking scripts to present a decoy from more significant attacks, namely credential theft. TheRead More →

crypto

Multiple botnets are targeting thousands of publicly exposed and still unpatched Oracle WebLogic servers to deploy crypto miners and steal sensitive information from infected systems. The attacks are taking aim at a recently patched WebLogic Server vulnerability, which was released by Oracle as part of its October 2020 Critical Patch Update andRead More →

crypto

Started at 18:37:24 PM +UTC, Nov-21–2020, Pickle Finance was attacked by exploiting two bugs in the ControllerV4 smart contract. The hack results in draining all invested 19.76M DAIs under the StrategyCmpdDaiV2 management. Here we elaborate the technical details of these two bugs in this blog post. Summary: Pickle is a yield-generating YFI-related DeFi protocol onRead More →

Ransomware

With ransomware attacks up 200% in the last two years, CryptoBuzz looks at some of the methods bad actors are employing and how to avoid them. The last two years have witnessed a real uptick in crypto-centric ransomware attacks. Not only are bad actors becoming more refined, but they areRead More →