Monero Hacker Group ‘Outlaw’ Is Back and Targeting American Business: Report
Outlaw, a group specializing in cryptojacking machines to mine monero, has returned after a brief hiatus and is expanding its global reach, according to Trend Micro.
The 25-year-old used the cryptocurrency monero to obfuscate payments for abusive sexual material, according to a CoinDesk Korea investigation.
The search engine developer downloaded monero mining scripts onto 200 of Baidu's servers.
American and European equity markets extended their gains on Thursday while major cryptocurrencies made only slight moves on the day.
Homeland Security and Drug Enforcement Administration officials charged a LocalBitcoins user with laundering more than $140,000 in bitcoin.
North Korea may be boosting its monero mining efforts to circumvent sanctions and avoid being tracked.