MARKETS DAILY: Crypto Bears Circle While Hackers Rethink Their Malware Strategy
No lions or tigers, just bears. Here's CoinDesk Markets Daily with Adam B. Levine and Brad Keoun.
A broad ruling on the Computer Fraud and Abuse Act could “chill” security research by white-hat hackers, making tech less secure.
Russians voted electronically, using blockchain tech, to keep Putin in power. Now, hackers may be selling the personal data of over a million of those voters.
Hackers who handed out cryptocurrency donations to charities are having a hard time in their bid to "make the world a better place."
The organization that’s encrypting computers and extorting companies has taken to SegWit addresses, according to McAfee and CipherTrace.
One small group of hackers may have made off with $200 million by infiltrating numerous exchanges, security firm ClearSky claims.