Crypto Mining Malware Has Netted Nearly 5% of All Monero, Says Research
Hackers have mined at least 4.32 percent of the total monero in circulation, worth nearly $40 million today, according to new research.
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.
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.
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As monero's price fell in 2018, cryptojackers innovated by stealing user data like passwords and IP addresses.