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todaySeptember 16, 2020

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How Can Cryptocurrency Users Protect Themselves in the Face of Malware Attacks that Grow More Prolific?

Coinspeaker How Can Cryptocurrency Users Protect Themselves in the Face of Malware Attacks that Grow More Prolific? Over the past few days, news of a recently discovered malware called KryptoCibule has been actively spreading on the net. Researchers at cybersecurity firm ESET who discovered the malicious agent have called it ...

todaySeptember 15, 2020

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KryptoCibule malware has been stealing and mining cryptocurrency

Security researchers at Slovak security firm ESET have discovered a new family of malware that they say has been using a variety of techniques to steal cryptocurrency from unsuspecting users since at least December 2018. The malware, which has been named KryptoCibule, uses a variety of legitimate technology – including ...

todaySeptember 12, 2020

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Why Seemingly Safe macOS Apps Can Still Be Malware

As long as macOS lets you install an app, it should be safe, right? That’s the point of Apple’s Gatekeeper and notary service, which it began to enforce in macOS Catalina back in February. In theory, it means that any app you install on your Mac should have “been checked ...

todaySeptember 12, 2020

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Exclusive: Father Of 16-Year-Old Student Accused Of Cyber Attacks On Miami-Dade Schools Speaks Out – CBS Miami

MIAMI (CBSMiami) – The father of the 16-year-old student accused of cyber attacks against Miami-Dade Schools spoke exclusively with CBS4, saying he is embarrassed by what his son did and says “it was wrong.” David Oliveros spoke by telephone with CBS4’s Peter D’Oench about his son David Oliveros, who is ...

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