The controversial cryptomining service is shutting down.
The eight apps were secretly stealing victims’ CPU power to mine for Monero.
A newly discovered malware steals cookies, credentials and more to break into victims’ cryptocurrency exchange accounts.
Illicit Monero-mining malware accounts for more than 4 percent of the XMR in circulation, and has created $57 million in profits for the bad guys.
New samples of cryptomining malware performs a never-before-seen function: uninstalling cloud security products.
Hackers took advantage of an unpatched Drupal vulnerability in the organization’s website to launch a cryptojacking attack.
A fake Adobe update actually updates victims’ Flash – but also installs malicious cryptomining malware.
A recent cryptomining campaign shows criminal ingenuity.
A Monero cryptomining script is spreading in an ongoing campaign using the recently disclosed critical remote command-execution flaw.
A threat actor been spotted on a number of honeypots looking to download and execute malicious cryptomining malware.