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Coronavirus-Induced Poverty Will Bring More Bitcoin Crime in 2021: Kaspersky Report
The cybersecurity specialist foresees a rise in crypto crime ahead in 2021 as the COVID-19 epidemic hits national economies.
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Enterprise Blockchains: Walled Off Yet Vulnerable
Private enterprise blockchains are prone to insider attacks and don’t benefit from constant testing by an open community, experts at Kaspersky and EY say.
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Crypto-Mining Attacks Fell Sharply in 2019 but Ransomware Is Trending: Kaspersky
In the cat-and-mouse game between hackers and users, less-lucrative crypto-mining malware fell out of favor this year.
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Botnets Are Being Repurposed for Crypto Mining Malware: Kaspersky
A security bulletin released by Kaspersky Labs states that botnets are increasingly being used to distribute illicit crypto mining software.
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Kaspersky: Cryptocurrency Scammers Stole $2.3 Million in Q2
Cybercriminals earned more than $2.3 million from cryptocurrency scams during the second quarter of 2018, a new study reports.
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1.6 Million Attacks: Kaspersky Reveals Data on Crypto Mining Malware
More than 1.65 million computers were targeted by cryptocurrency mining malware attacks in the first eight months of 2017, according to a new report.
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Report: Bitcoin Targeted in 22% of Financial Malware Attacks
Security firm Kaspersky Lab says bitcoiners are a popular choice of victim in malware attacks aimed at personal finances.
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