Category: CryptoCurrencies / Bitcoins / Ethereum

About BitCoin BlockExplorer
01.07.2020

Hash Rate Demonstrates the amount of total computing power that is estimated to secure the bitcoin network. It’s one of the most important elements to bitcoin’s network security. The more hash rate, the greater the level of bitcoin network security […]

2020-04-01 Russian IT Security Updates
02.04.2020

SecurityLab, [26.03.20 08:10] The largest free hosting provider on the darknet, Daniel’s Hosting, was hacked for the second time in 16 months, and stopped working on Wednesday, March 25. Unknown attackers deleted the entire database of the hosting provider, as […]

Top 10 Virus Trojans Malware of 2019
21.03.2020

No. 1 Emotet — 36 026 samples Trojan was first discovered 2014 and was used to intercept data transferred via a secure connection. We will remind, in September of this year Emotet came back to life after 4 months of […]

Russian IT Security Updates 2020-01
13.01.2020

now WITH SPICY COMMENTS X-D SecurityLab, [22.12.19 12:40] A Twitter user using the alias 08Tc3wBB created tfp0-an exploit that allows you to jailbreak the latest iPhone models with IOS 13.3. The functionality of the exploit has already been confirmed by […]

Russian IT Security Updates Dec3
03.12.2019

SecurityLab, [22.11.19 08:23] French company Edenred reported a cyberattack using malware that affected an unknown number of computer systems. The company has launched an investigation to determine the extent of the contamination. Payment solution provider Edenred has been the victim […]

24.07.2019

“Linux desktop remains an unpopular choice among mainstream desktop users, making up a little more than 2% of the desktop operating system market share. This is in contrast to the web server market share, which consists of 70% of Linux-based operating systems. […]

can you trust PDF attachments/files in 2019?
06.07.2019

Pwn2Own 2020: opening a pdf can be enough to compromise system! https://youtu.be/u1udr7j9MQA?t=359 thank you ccc you are doing a lovely work – make this planet more interesting by creativity and more informed about security 🙂 keep it up 🙂 https://cdn.media.ccc.de/events/gpn/gpn19/h264-hd/gpn19-45-eng-BADPDF_-_Stealing_Windows_Credentials_via_PDF_Files_hd.mp4 […]

EU and IMF want to regulate BitCoins
30.12.2018

Update: “An entrepreneur and virtual currency investor is suing AT&T for $224 million, claiming the wireless provider was negligent when it failed to prevent thieves from hijacking his mobile account and stealing millions of dollars in cryptocurrencies. Increasingly frequent, high-profile […]

backdoors in hardware – Intel Anti Theft Brick Code
16.12.2018

While “backdoors” in hardware sound like a good idea… you don’t know how hackers are using it to sabotage infrastructure or extort bitcoins of another country’s companies… see “backdoor in cisco router“. IT IS F**** DANGEROUS! ESPECIALLY if it is […]

27.06.2018

Bitcoin Gold hacked – 18 Million USD stolen https://www.heise.de/newsticker/meldung/Ende-der-Grafikkarten-Aera-8000-ASIC-Miner-fuer-Zcash-Bitcoin-Gold-Co-4091821.html https://www.heise.de/ct/ausgabe/2018-14-Wie-51-Prozent-Angriffe-Bitcoin-Co-bedrohen-4085333.html

How secure are cryptocurrencies?
11.03.2018

Here are 13 cryptocurrency breaches which took place from July 2017 to February 2018: 1: July 4th, 2017: Bithumb hacked and 1.2 billion South Korean Won stolen. 2: July 17th, 2017: CoinDash hacked and $7 million in Ethereum stolen. 3: July 24th, 2017: Veritaseum hacked and $8.4 […]

01.01.2018

It is not (yet) a major fall in price and NiceHash seems to be operational again – a website which offers Bitcoin in exchange for customers’ computing power so it can mine other cryptocurrencies, confirmed that it had suffered a […]