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Hackers Use Vulnerabilities of DeFi Platforms to Conduct About Half of all Attacks in Cryptocurrency Industry
Mar 13, 2021 at 12:52
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Hackers Use Vulnerabilities of DeFi Platforms to Conduct About Half of all Attacks in Cryptocurrency Industry
Despite the series of obvious advantages, the DeFi platforms seem to face cyber attacks over and over again. The latest hack cost an exchange $3.8M. The road in the DeFi and cryptocurrency sector seems not to be smooth.
Hackers Break into Tesla Surveillance System to Prove that Cameras Violate Human Privacy
Mar 11, 2021 at 16:10
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Hackers Break into Tesla Surveillance System to Prove that Cameras Violate Human Privacy
Hackers broke into hundreds of security-cameras belonging to carmaker Tesla Inc., to gain access to the data collected by Verkada Inc., to prove the pervasiveness of video surveillance, and also expose the vulnerability existing in the walls of cybersecurity of these systems.
Hackers Targeted Cryptopia Exchange Despite the Liquidation Process; $40,000 Has Been Stolen
Feb 20, 2021 at 13:26
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Hackers Targeted Cryptopia Exchange Despite the Liquidation Process; $40,000 Has Been Stolen
With New Zealand Exchange Cryptopia in the midst of a liquidation process, hackers seem to consider it an easy victim. Despite it being under the supervision of Grant Thornton liquidators, criminals have stolen over $40,000.
Nuclear Weapons and Ballistic Missile Programs Get Funding from Cryptocurrency Stolen by North Korean Hackers
Feb 14, 2021 at 15:18
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Nuclear Weapons and Ballistic Missile Programs Get Funding from Cryptocurrency Stolen by North Korean Hackers
Criminals commonly use cryptocurrency to carry out illicit activities such as money laundering, funding terrorism activities, buying and selling narcotics and many others. According to the new report by the UN, hackers have been attacking exchanges to steal the cryptocurrency and then use it to fund nuclear weapons development. North Korea is leading the game.
Hacken Community Launch the First Ever Grey Hat Hacker Competition, with 35,000 USDT in Prizes
Jan 22, 2021 at 14:11
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Hacken Community Launch the First Ever Grey Hat Hacker Competition, with 35,000 USDT in Prizes
The Hacken community, led by its leading investor Leo Andreo have launched the “Grey Hat Hackers Ideas Competition”. The first-of-its-kind initiative offers a great opportunity for budding cybersecurity thinkers to help their community and be in the running for some serious prize money at the same time.
5 Vulnerabilities of the Cryptocurrency Market Used by Scammers to Trick People
Jan 14, 2021 at 15:28
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5 Vulnerabilities of the Cryptocurrency Market Used by Scammers to Trick People
Just like any other businesses have risks, the cryptocurrency investment is not an exception. There is a big number of fraudulent projects that take advantage of the cons of the cryptocurrency industry. These vulnerabilities make it easier to attract people, and then leave them without their funds.
Microsoft Advises Miners and Organizations to Build Their Resilience against Cyberattacks
Dec 04, 2020 at 15:01
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Microsoft Advises Miners and Organizations to Build Their Resilience against Cyberattacks
There are some kinds of cyberattacks that blend in the ordinary network activity, so they are very easy to miss. How should an organization protect oneself against them?
Digital Identification Might Replace Physical IDs by 2025, but Is It Actually Better?
Nov 23, 2020 at 14:03
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Digital Identification Might Replace Physical IDs by 2025, but Is It Actually Better?
Global digitization and coronavirus pandemic have created the need for innovative solutions to replace some traditional ones. Digital identification (ID) is one of such significant solutions trending in the world.
Not Unhackable: The Number of Blockchain Cyberattacks is Growing
Oct 30, 2020 at 13:58
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Not Unhackable: The Number of Blockchain Cyberattacks is Growing
Blockchain technology is considered to be secure and immutable due to its decentralized nature. But as it becomes more popular with new solutions popping up almost daily, hackers become inventive enough to find vulnerabilities and attack it.
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