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There’s a New Way to Get Your Stolen Crypto Back
October 31, 2019 0 94
“My first loss was with CoinsMarkets. It happened when the exchange closed with our funds. I didn’t even try to contact anyone or alert any police.” These are the words ...
New Tool Will Find Secrets – Including Crypto Keys – in Your Public Code
October 30, 2019 0 43
Coding crypto projects is hard enough without running the risk of losing your private keys. Shhgit, a webapp and downloadable tool by Paul Price aims at least to reduce the ...
Chainalysis in Action: DOJ Announces Shutdown of Largest Child Pornography Website
October 16, 2019 0 68
Today, the Department of Justice announced the shutdown of the largest ever child pornography site by amount of material stored, along with the arrest of its owner and operator. More ...
Empty Cold Wallets Introduce Another Twist Into “Avoidable” QuadrigaCX Saga
March 5, 2019 0 300
The security of funds stored on cryptocurrency exchanges have been of serious concern in the industry for some time now. Since the collapse of Mt Gox in 2013, there have ...
US Cybersecurity Firm Accuses North Korea Of Sponsoring Scam Coins
October 26, 2018 0 269
A US-based security firm has accused North Korea of indulging in shady practices in the cryptocurrency ecosystem by sponsoring at least two scam coins. The allegation is contained in a ...
Wallet Vulnerability: How to Enhance the Security of Your Crypto Wallet
October 9, 2018 0 273
Crypto wallets are platforms and devices that offer storage systems for cryptocurrencies. As such, they are one of the most important tools in the crypto space. Wallet owners need to ...
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