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Bitcoin hackers wanted dead or alive

Bitcoin hackers wanted dead or alive



Roger Ver, also known as Bitcoin Jesus due to his early work and support of the cryptocurrency, says he’s fed up with hackers. Seriously fed up. So fed up in fact, that he’s putting a bounty on their heads. Ver […]

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Apple Pay Boosts Bitcoin

Apple Pay Boosts Bitcoin



Bitcoin and other major cryptocurrencies have seen an upturn in their fortunes over the last 24 hours, with the top-ten mineable coins all seeing positive movement in the markets. Of the big players, bitcoin, litecoin, dogecoin, peercoin, and darkcoin all […]

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Hackers Seize Bitcoin Creator’s Email, Threatens to Expose His True Identity

Hackers Seize Bitcoin Creator’s Email, Threatens to Expose His True Identity



The bitcoin community has been roused with different sorts of speculations that hackers were able to penetrate some of the online accounts of Satoshi Nakamoto, fearing that the attack could potentially gain entry into sensitive information with regards the real […]

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Bitcoin Malware Used to Exploit the Russia-Ukraine Crisis

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Bitcoin Malware Used to Exploit the Russia-Ukraine Crisis



A group of hackers tried to leverage the current conflict between Ukraine and Russia by distributing malware aimed at Bitcoin wallets. Bitdefender Labs, a cyber-security company with a keen interest in the digital currency market, issued a report where it […]

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Bitcoin Malware Attack Exploits Russia-Ukraine Crisis

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Bitcoin Malware Attack Exploits Russia-Ukraine Crisis



A hacker group is trying to leverage the ongoing conflict between Russia and Ukraine as it distributes malware that is capable of targeting bitcoin wallets. A report by Bitdefender Labs, a cybersecurity firm that focuses on the digital currency market, […]

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Covert Bitcoin miner found stashed in malicious Google Play apps

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After reading this topic the 1st question comes in the mind can Google have check and balance to  its  own market ?  Or Google ignoring it intentionally The name  of  bitcoins is  not new  in  the  black hat  words  but  things  need to think  is what  its  doing  in  Google  android  app store ? does  Google  do not  monitor  app  in  its  own marketplace (Google  play store ) ? Researchers scouring the official Google Play market are filled with a list of malware apps  that surreptitiously abuse end-user devices to carry out the computationally intensive process of mining Bitcoins. A malware “BadLepricon” …continue reading

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Hackers use security camera DVRs for bitcoin Mining

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Security researchers at the SANS Institute’s Internet Storm Center has reported that hackers are using DVRs, a device which receive and process images from security camera, as Bitcoin mining rigs. 

The malware is compiled for ARM CPUs, so it’s a specialist nasty. They hackers have created a custom code which can be injected into DVRs. For this hackers will have to brute force or social engineer the passwords. 

In case of security cameras the password is usually easy can be brute forced with in short period. After getting administerative privileges, hackers will install a simple yet nasty malware on the host machine. 

This malware scans for vulnerable Synology Disk Stations as well as attempting tomine BitCoins. “The malware is an ARM binary, indicating that it is targeting devices, not your typical x86 Linux server,” explains SANS Institute researcher Johannes Ullrich in a write-up . 

The malicious code is only scanning for vulnerable Synology Disk Stations and not doing anything on these insecure networks attached storage devices, at least for now.

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Dorian Satoshi Nakamoto: I did not create, invent or otherwise work on Bitcoin

My name is Dorian Satoshi Nakamoto. I am the subject of the Newsweek story on Bitcoin. I am writing this statement to clear my name.I did not create, invent or otherwise work on Bitcoin. I unconditionally deny the Newsweek report.The first time I heard the term “bitcoin” was from my son in mid-February 2014. Read […]

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Bitcoin Exchange Poloniex website got hacked

Here comes another hacking news related to Bitcoin.  Multi crypto currency exchange Poloniex has announced today that their website suffered a cyber attack, leading to Bitcoins being stolen from their company. On BitcoinTalk forum, the company explained how hackers stole the Bitcoins; Placing multiple withdrawls requests at the same time will result in negative balance but still the request is being processed. “Another design flaw is that withdrawals should be queued at every step of the way. This could not have happened if withdrawals requests were processed sequentially instead of simultaneously” the forum post explaining another bug reads. Read More….

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