Browsing the "Security" Tag

Browser Extensions Can Help Scammers Steal Your Bitcoin: Casa CEO

| Anna Baydakova

Browser add-ons can steal your crypto and identifying information, said Casa's Jeremy Welch

Moscow Blockchain Voting System ‘Completely Insecure,’ Says Researcher

| Daniel Palmer

A blockchain system that will soon be used to allow Moscow residents to vote in elections is currently easy to hack, according to a researcher.

New Malware Miner Sneakily Hides When Task Manager Is Open

| Daniel Palmer

Meet "Norman" – a new variant of monero-mining malware that employs crafty tricks to avoid being spotted.

Meet FumbleChain, the Deliberately Flawed Blockchain

| Christine Kim

There's a new blockchain for developers to break at will. The "capture the flag" project from Kudelski Security is meant to educate.

Shinhan Bank Teams With Kakao’s GroundX for Blockchain Security Boost

| Daniel Palmer

One of the oldest and largest banks in South Korea has partnered with two fintech firms to build a new security system using blockchain tech.

In Big Block Hard Fork, Craig Wright’s Bitcoin Has Left Nodes Behind

| Alyssa Hertig

After a recent network upgrade, nodes separated from the bitcoin SV blockchain, highlighting why hard forks prompt much infighting among devs.

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South Korean Crypto Exchange Signs With Security Companies to Lock Down Tokens

| Richard Meyer

Coinone has partnered with two security and disclosure firms to ensure compliance with South Korea's new cryptocurrency regulations.

The ‘Vault’ Is Back: Coder Revives Plan to Shield Bitcoin Wallets From Theft

| Brady Dale

Bitcoin Core developer Bryan Bishop has proposed a feature to delay transfers from cold storage so users can stop thieves from draining their wallets.

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‘Building’ Bitcoin’s Software Just Got a Bit More Trustless

| Alyssa Hertig

There's a bit less trust now needed when developers compile the software at the heart of bitcoin.

200-Year-Old Passport Printing Firm Launches Hardware Crypto Wallet

| Daniel Palmer

An Austrian printing company that has history going back to the early 1800s has launched a secure bitcoin storage device.