Every week, Information Security Media Group rounds up cybersecurity incidents in the world of digital assets. Between March 31 and April 6, hackers returned millions of dollars in stolen cryptocurrency, a rogue validator stole $25 million, and bad actors used new malware to steal cryptocurrency.
Every week, Information Security Media Group rounds up cybersecurity incidents in the world of digital assets. In focus between March 24 and 30: SafeMoon, an update on Euler Finance, crypto-stealing Clipper malware, BitKeep, theft fail at Swerve Finance, THORChain, APT43 and an update on ParaSpace.
North Korean hackers are stealing cryptocurrency to fund operations under an apparent mandate from Pyongyang to be self-sufficient, threat intel firm Mandiant says. The regime probably expected its hackers to pay their own way before 2020, but the novel coronavirus pandemic exacerbated its demands.
Every week, ISMG rounds up cybersecurity incidents in the world of digital assets. In focus between March 17 and 23: The New York State Department of Financial Services reminds BitPay that regulations exist. Also, Euler Finance, Gala Games, BitGo, ZenGo, General Bytes, Bitzlato and ParaSpace.
Bitcoin ATM manufacturer General Bytes suspended its cloud services supporting more than 15,000 machines after a hacker exploited a vulnerability in its software to steal user passwords and private keys and made off with cryptocurrency worth millions of dollars.
Every week, ISMG rounds up cybersecurity incidents in the world of digital assets. In focus between March 10 and 16: a ChipMixer takedown, Euler Finance and Poolz Finance hacks, bugs on 280 blockchains, Dero coin, and a report from the Financial Action Task Force on ransomware financing.
U.S. and German police seized darknet cryptocurrency anonymizing service ChipMixer, which federal prosecutors say cybercriminals used to launder $3 billion including proceeds from ransomware extortion and North Korean cryptocurrency hacking. Among its alleged customers: LockBit and the Russian GRU.
Threat actors who mine digital assets using other people's infrastructure have found a lucrative new cryptocurrency to motivate their hacking: the privacy-focused currency named Dero. CrowdStrike says it discovered a first - a Dero cryptojacking operation operating on a Kubernetes cluster.
Hackers are draining millions of dollars from decentralized finance protocol Euler Finance in an ongoing attack. The theft of crypto funds worth $197 million marks the largest exploit in 2023 so far. Euler Finance said it is aware of the incident.
Every week, ISMG rounds up cybersecurity incidents in the world of digital assets. Between March 3 and March 9, Tender.fi paid a white hat reward to a thief, a Uranium Finance hacker began to launder stolen funds, Algodex revealed security breaches and BitKeep was working to reimburse hack victims.
As U.S. prosecutors continue to probe collapsed cryptocurrency exchange FTX, Nishad Singh, the former head of engineering, has pleaded guilty to multiple criminal charges and agreed to assist prosecutors with their case against founder Sam Bankman-Fried, accused of orchestrating billions in fraud.
Every week, Information Security Media Group rounds up cybersecurity incidents in the world of digital assets. This week, we look at incidents at Hope Finance, decentralized finance firm new malware demanding crypto and a phishing campaign aimed at Coinbase.
Norwegian authorities confiscated crypto assets worth nearly $5.68 million tied to the 2022 Ronin cryptocurrency bridge hack by North Korean state threat actor Lazarus Group. The authority describes the seizure as Norway's largest-ever crypto seizure.
A cryptocurrency service that North Korean hackers used to launder stolen funds and that was sanctioned by the U.S. Department of the Treasury appears to have resumed as "Sinbad." It has laundered almost $100 million in bitcoin from hacks by Lazarus Group, says blockchain analysis firm Elliptic.
The South Korean government sanctioned four North Korean individuals and seven organizations for their involvement in illegal cyber activities to finance the totalitarian regime's nuclear and missile development programs. Stolen cryptocurrency is a principle source of hard currency for North Korea.