Cybercriminals distribute cryptojacking malware through weaponized mobile applications, botnets, and social media platforms by manipulating flaws in applications and servers, and by hijacking Wi-Fi hotspots. With the cryptomining software installed, the malicious cybercriminals effectively hijack the processing power of the victim devices and systems to earn cryptocurrency. Also, malicious cyber actors may infect a website […]
Cryptocurrencies are largely accessed using a private digital key that cannot be reset if you forget it. Unlike most passwords for online accounts, these aren’t stored anywhere, which presents the risk of permanently losing access to your account if you don’t have your credentials properly stored. Before making any significant cryptocurrency purchases, be sure you’re […]
Cryptocurrencies have increased in popularity in recent years. Consequently, blockchains have also been the target of cybercriminals. Cryptos, like Bitcoin, use security keys to protect currency with unique corresponding sets of letters and numbers. Despite these measures, bad actors are increasingly using cryptocurrencies to steal information and collect ransom. Before purchasing a coin, make sure […]
A general rule of thumb is: “If it’s free, it’s probably too good to be true.” Hackers have been lacing game files with cryptomining malware that could steal your information and affect your computer’s performance. Be sure to only download files like games from reliable sources.
Cryptomining, a process by which hackers hijack your machine to mine for cryptocurrency, is a new revenue source for cybercriminals. By default, Firefox helps protect against this threat. In your Privacy & Security settings, make sure you’re set to Standard or Strict. If you use custom settings, verify that cryptomining protection is enabled.
Any internet-connected device with a CPU is susceptible to cryptojacking. The following are commonly targeted devices: Computer systems and network devices – including those connected to information technology and Industrial Control System networks; Mobile devices – devices are subject to the same vulnerabilities as computers; and Internet of Things devices – internet-enabled devices (e.g., printers, […]
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