An email campaign is demanding large sums of money in return for not blowing up schools, banks and businesses.
Cryptojacking attacks are on the rise. We talk to security researcher Troy Mursch about why bad actors are drawn to this attack technique.
Ronen Rabinovich from Cyberbit explains why malicious bitcoin mining malware is increasing on industrial control systems.
Criminals have found a mischievous way to mine cryptocurrency. Security researcher Troy Mursch sounds off on why this tricky trend isn’t going away anytime soon.
Buyers and sellers can exchange cash in person, transfer bank funds online or can exchange funds for prepaid cards, gift cards or other cryptocurrencies.
The emails claim that all of the victim’s devices have been hacked and infected with the infamous ransomware — and then ask for Bitcoin to “fix” it.
The group behind the VenusLocker ransomware have switched to cryptocurrency mining Monero.
Google moved quickly to kick three fake bitcoin wallet apps from its Google Play marketplace after researchers discovered them earlier this month.