Hackers have breached over 50,000 servers across the world to mine cryptocurrency using unusually sophisticated tools, according to a new report.
A new form of malware discovered by Symantec is targeting enterprises using leaked NSA tools to infect networks and mine monero.
A recently discovered form of malware steals browser cookies and other information on Apple Mac computers to steal cryptocurrencies.
In an apparent first, a relatively new form of malware uninstalls security programs to avoid detection and mine crypto on cloud servers.
Hackers have mined at least 4.32 percent of the total monero in circulation, worth nearly $40 million today, according to new research.
Instances of crypto-mining malware increased by a whopping 4,467 percent this year, according to research from McAfee.
Researchers at cybersecurity firm Check Point say a relatively new form of crypto mining malware, dubbed KingMiner, is “evolving.”
Google is bringing in stricter rules for Chrome extension developers, a move should reduce the risk of crypto hacks and mining malware.
A newly discovered botnet is seeking out and removing crypto-mining malware, but why it has been created is still unknown.
Almost a third of U.K. businesses said they had been hit by cryptocurrency mining malware within the previous month, according to new research.