Hackers

Hackers Move Another $800K in BTC Stolen From the 2016 Bitfinex Breach

Another $800,000 worth of bitcoin from the Bitfinex hack of four years ago has been moved to an unknown wallet. Whale Alert reports that hackers transferred 77.64 bitcoin (BTC) on Tuesday, which amounts to $797,000 at the time the alert was issued. The thieves last moved about $255,000 or 28.4 BTC on May 22, in …

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Dark Web Merchants Sell Thousands of Stolen Credit Card Numbers

New research by cybersecurity firm, Cyble Research Team, revealed that on May 29, data for more than 80,000 credit cards were put up for sale on the dark web. The data from these cards appears to have been gathered from various countries around the world. According to the announcement, the data leak involved credit card …

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NYC Hacker Charged Over $94 Million Bitcoin-for-Cards Scheme

New York City resident Vitalii Antonenko was charged for allegedly participating in a $94 million Bitcoins-for-cards scheme, according to a May 27 statement from the United States Attorney’s Office for the District of Massachusetts. He is now facing up to 20 years in jail and $500,000 in fines. Antonenko was arrested in March 2019 at …

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1000 Corporate Systems Infected With Monero Mining Malware

The Blue Mockingbird malware gang has infected more than 1000 business systems with Monero mining malware since December 2019. The global scale of the hacker group’s operations was revealed by cloud security firm Red Canary on May 26. The report outlined the group’s methodology. The malware attacks servers running ASP.NET applications and exploits a vulnerability …

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Hacker Attempts to Sell Data Allegedly Tied to Ledger, Trezor, Bnktothefuture Customers

According to an online monitoring web portal called, Under the Breach, a hacker is purportedly trying to sell customer information that stems from companies like Keepkey, Trezor, Ledger, and even the investment platform Bnktothefuture. The hacker doesn’t seem to have any passwords, but is offering detailed information that was stolen from a Shopify breach like …

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Bitcoin Worth $282K from the 2016 Bitfinex Hack on the Move

The cryptocurrency community has noticed a number of bitcoins from the August 2, 2016, Bitfinex breach has been moved. A small 30 BTC transaction ($282,000) from the stash has moved from the hacker’s address to an unknown bitcoin address. The last time coins from the Bitfinex incident moved was June and August 2019, as the …

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Interpol Teams Up With Kaspersky to Declare ‘Anti-Ransomware Day’

International crime-fighting organization, Interpol, joined forces with cybersecurity firm, Kaspersky, to launch a campaign called “Anti-Ransomware Day”. The date is set on the third anniversary of the most significant ransomware attack on record, WannaCry. According to the announcement, the May 12 holiday will raise awareness about the effects of ransom-centric cyberattacks which continue to affect …

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22 More Crypto-Stealing Google Chrome Extensions Discovered

A security researcher has discovered another 22 Google Chrome web browser extensions built to steal their user’s cryptocurrencies. Cybersecurity news outlet, Naked Security, reported on May 8 that Harry Denley, a security researcher specializing in cryptocurrencies, discovered 22 more malicious Google Chrome extensions. The extensions he discovered impersonated well-known crypto firms like Ledger, KeepKey, MetaMask, …

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