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A ransomware has affected users of over three apps in the past year and drained their wallets of hundreds of Bitcoin.
If you were around in 2017, you likely remember the Parity wallet hack.
Ledger, the popular hardware wallet, said today that data belonging to over 1 million customers was leaked on a hacker forum.
It appears we just saw our latest DeFi exploit/attack, but this one was much different than all the rest.
Call it a hack or call it an exploit, yesterday an unknown attacker managed to drain $20 million from an Ethereum-based yield aggregator called Pickle Finance into their own address.
No one is safe from the ever-growing wave of decentralized finance (DeFi) exploits, not even prominent technologists and investors.
With billions of dollars on the line, it is no surprise that the decentralized finance (DeFi) space has been rife with hacks and exploits on innocent contracts.
Crypto scams and attacks are on the rise once again as the broader sector breaks out of a nearly three-year-long bear market.
If you were around in 2018 or early 2019, you likely remember the hype around MimbleWimble.
Malicious actors have targeted crypto protocols and exchanges ever since Bitcoin started to gain in both popularity and value back in 2011.
After seeing its native token lose 65 percent of its value during the weekend following a massive exploit, Harvest Finance seems to have entered into a consolidation period.
Crypto-hunting hackers have stolen more than $22 million from the users of Electrum, a popular Bitcoin wallet, in the past two years using a “simple technique” involving fake updates, as per a ZDNet report Monday.
For many, yield farming has been a profitable activity: there have been stories of users turning small accounts into a large amount of capital, simply by swapping from projects like Yam Finance and SushiSwap.
Victims of the infamous Mt Gox hack in 2014 are set to receive a record 150,000 Bitcoin reimbursement in the coming months.
A recent vulnerability in privacy browser Tor allowed hackers to access users’ Bitcoin funds but using additional features can help avoid those concerns, according to one cybersecurity researcher.
Late last week, KuCoin, a notable Singapore-based exchange known for its large offering of altcoins, bit the dust.
The bad actors behind the estimated $150-$200 million hack of crypto exchange KuCoin managed to proven two aspects of the young market in their wake: 1.
Ethereum Classic (ETC) Labs — the code maintainer and non-profit behind the Ethereum fork — announced its partnership with two cybersecurity firms to prevent the repeated 51% attacks that the Ethereum Classic network suffers from.