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Malware Allows Crypto Mining Via Chrome Extensions

Radware has revealed in a recent blog post that Chrome plugin named “Nigelify” has been allegedly…

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Jennifer Aniston falsely used to Endorse Crypto Scheme

The cryptocurrency investment scheme which was recently hit with a cease-and-desist order by the TSSB, Wind…

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Arrests in Shenzhen Puyin Blockchain Group Case

The Shenzhen police have accused six individuals of having been involved in a crypto scam case…

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Crypto Used for Money Laundering in Japan

Japan is one of the most progressive countries in the cryptocurrency market compared to any other…

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Crypto Site in Houston Will be Shut Down by Regulators

The Texas State Securities regulators are protecting the public fraudulent crypto sites promising a high return…

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Arrest warrant to the officials of HTC Coin

The Financial Investigation Division 2 of the South Korean Prosecutor’s Office has issued an arrest warrant…

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South Korea: Two Arrested for Allegedly Running Cryptocurrency Fraud

Two anonymous individuals have been arrested by the South Korean’s authority for allegedly running a $30…

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Australian Family Planning NSW commanded to pay $15,000 Worth Bitcoins

The Australian Family Planning NSW website was attacked and the hackers demanded $15,000 worth Bitcoin in…

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Five Accused in $1 million worth Bitcoin Pilfering

The Forsyth County Sheriff’s officials have accused five individuals including Trivette Adams, Matthew Schwartz, Jacob South…

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2,000 Computers hit by Crypto-jacking includes Aditya Birla Group

Aditya Birla Group, the popular business conglomerates in India has been hit by ‘crypto-jacking.’ The hackers…