07Jul/19

Facebook’s Libra Lacks Foundational Components for Crypto Key Security

Steven Sprague is one of the principal industry evangelists for the application of trusted computing technology. Steven served as president and CEO of Wave Systems Corp. for 14 years before transitioning toRead More…

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05Jul/19

Monero Discloses Bug Allowing XMR to be Stolen from Exchanges

Several security vulnerabilities have been disclosed by Monero, including one that could have been exploited to steal xmr from exchanges, reports on the breach disclosure platform HackerOne revealed on July 3. The vulnerability theoretically enabled attackersRead More…

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13Jun/19

Trend Micro: Outlaw Hacking Group’s Botnet Is Now Spreading a Monero Miner

Cybersecurity company Trend Micro claims to have detected a web address spreading a botnet featuring a monero (XMR) mining component alongside a backdoor. The malware was described on Trend Micro’s official blogRead More…

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10Jun/19

MPC Explained: The Bold New Vision for Securing Crypto Money

Advances in cryptography are converging to help developers bring blockchain applications closer to the core decentralizing principles on which this technology is founded. Inventions such as atomic swaps, zk-SNARKS and Lightning-based smart contracts are allowing developers toRead More…

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04Jun/19

How to Use a Physical Security Key to Safeguard Your Exchange Account

If you are keeping funds on a cryptocurrency platform such as a centralized exchange it is highly advisable you make sure your accounts are as safe as possible. Using a physical securityRead More…

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02Jun/19

Maxwell, Wuille Co-Author Proposal for a Big Boost to Bitcoin’s Bandwidth

A newly-proposed relay protocol could reduce the “transaction bandwidth” used up by bitcoin nodes by up to 75%. Called Erlay, the proposed protocol alters the way transactions are relayed so that theyRead More…

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20May/19

Latest Hack Sparks Concern Whether Whatsapp Will Ever Be Secure

Facebook’s popular messaging app with 1.5 billion users in over 180 countries has another major vulnerability. Hackers were able to covertly install spyware on iOS and Android smartphones using Whatsapp with justRead More…

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