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More news: Massive Monero cryptomining campaign with Five year old vulnerability

CyberWisdom Safe Harbor Commentary on Monero cryptomining This story from securityaffairs.co reveals more  information from my  last commentary on a Security company Trend Micro discovered new cryptographic mining activities, and cyber criminal gangs earned nearly $75,000 by installing Monero miners on vulnerable Linux servers. Hackers use a 5-year-old vulnerability in the Cacti “Network Weathermap” plug-in, which, according

Five year old vulnerability used for Monero mining on Linux servers

CyberWisdom Safe Harbor Commentary on Monero Mining Today I came across this story from hackread.com that lays out a surprising five years old security breach has now become a favorite tool for hackers because they are using it to infect Linux servers that encrypt and mine malware. The vulnerability exploited by this cryptographic attack activity is

First US cryptocurrency ban outlaws Venezuela’s ‘Petro’ coin

Safe Harbor Commentary on cryptocurrency ban What is most likely to be an overlooked story from digitaltrends.com gives you the truth about The US administration issued an executive order prohibiting the use or purchase of Petro’s cryptocurrency in Venezuela, claiming that the currency was illegally issued in order to circumvent the US sanctions against Venezuela, especially

Twitter Banning Cryptocurrency Ads?

CyberWisdom Safe Harbor Commentary on Twitter Banning Cryptocurrency Ads I couldn’t believe this story from bitcoinist.com that praises surprising reports that Twitter will follow the footsteps of Facebook and Google by prohibiting advertising in various cryptocurrencies. For those who are trying to publish cryptocurrency ads, the digital world of cyberspace seems to continue to shrink. As

French Regulatory Agency Blacklists 15 Cryptocurrency And Crypto-Asset Websites

CyberWisdom Safe Harbor Commentary on Blacklist What is most likely to be an overlooked story from cointelegraph.com lays out a revealing article on The French stock market regulator, The Autorite des Marches Financiers (AMF) has been providing a blacklist of unauthorized crypto investment platforms. In December, AMF decided to include other miscellaneous asset proposals. From now on, companies that

The 13 most common blockchain myths explained and demystified

CyberWisdom Safe Harbor Commentary on blockchain myths Thenextweb.com notes that things we don’t talk about but every new technology has hype and reality. The “Binary District Journal” tried to separate the wheat from the chaff and set aside the common myths around the blockchain. Now everyone and their grandmother has heard of blockchain technology – unless

ISPs Caught Injecting Cryptocurrency Miners and Spyware In Some Countries

CyberWisdom Safe Harbor Commentary: This story from thehackernews.com encourages a revealing story on the Turkish and Syrian governments have been hijacked by local Internet users, secretly infiltrating malware monitoring, and the same large-scale interception technology has been discovered, secretly injecting browser-based cryptocurrency mining scripts in Egyptian user traffic. The government or related agencies and Internet