Tag Archives: Privacy

17Jun/20

Crypto-Ransomware Attacks Are Spreading Like a Hacking Wildfire

The last two years have witnessed a hefty uptick in crypto-centric ransomware attacks. Not only are bad actors becoming more refined, but they are facilitating access to other, less sophisticated ones. AccordingRead More…

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31May/20

‘We Need 30 Different Words for Censorship”, Feat. Andreas M. Antonopoulos

‘The best Sundays are for long reads and deep conversations. Recently the hosts of the Let’s Talk Bitcoin! Show gathered to discuss state sponsored propaganda, corporate censorship and how cryptocurrency or decentralization changesRead More…

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23May/20

Researchers Claim 99.9% of Zcash Transactions Are Traceable

Researchers from Carnegie Mellon University have released a study into the privacy features of Monero (XMR) and Zcash (ZEC) — arguably the two most-popular crypto assets purporting to offer users anonymity. TheRead More…

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18May/20

Developers of Ethereum Privacy Tool Tornado Cash Smash Their Keys

Ethereum’s premier coin mixing service is now permissionless. Tornado Cash, a privacy tool for obfuscating the history of Ether (ETH) transactions, completed a cryptographic process known as a trusted setup ceremony onRead More…

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