Cybersecurity

Elrond Invites Hackers to Stress Test Its Blockchain Network

Blockchain firm Elrond has invited hackers to attack its network during the upcoming incentivized stress test. According to an ...

Ransomware Attack Kidnaps Austrian City

Malware team, NetWalker, launched a ransomware attack against the Austrian village of Weiz. This attack affected the public ser...

Congress Fears US Is Losing Battle to Malware and Darkweb Cyberweapons

In a May 28 virtual roundtable before the congressional Subcommittee on National Security, International Development and Moneta...

A New Ransomware Deploys Human-Operated Attacks Against Healthcare Sector

Microsoft’s security team revealed a new ransomware that is deployed in human-operated attacks. It uses “brute forc...

Australian University Launches Blockchain Postgraduate Program With IBM

RMIT University, an Australian public research university, is adding two new postgraduate programs in the field of cybersecurit...

Analyst Is ‘Surprised’ There Hasn’t Been a Large-Scale Attack on Bitcoin Cash Yet

Yassine Elmandjra, a crypto asset analyst at ARK Invest, said in a May 24 tweet that the Bitcoin Cash (BCH) hashrate fell by 30...

Kim Jong Un May Be Using Stolen Crypto to Offset Economic Fallout

North Korean leader, Kim Jong-un, is reportedly backing a group of hackers. Their goal? Stealing cryptocurrencies like Bitcoin ...

Sign Into Websites Using Your Crypto Wallet Instead of a Password

What better way to celebrate World Password Day (May 7) than with a new solution from the cryptoworld to get around insecure pa...

Survey Shows Many BTC Holders Use Hardware Wallet, Have Backup Keys

A survey posted to Reddit shows that most crypto holders store the majority of their Bitcoin in hardware wallets and keep a bac...

Survey Reveals 87% of IT Professionals Are Concerned With Cryptojacking

Singapore-based unicorn startup Acronis released its latest cybersecurity survey on March 31 today, highlighting that 86% of IT...