Institutions (companies and organizations) are now the main target of crypto-ransomware worldwide. What can they do to protect themselves?
Around 118,000 scam tokens were developed in 2022, affecting about 2 million people worldwide. Also, malware and ransomware attacks have increased.
Once again, hackers are around with new crypto-stealing malware. This time, the AppleJeus could empty your wallets after installation.
A BNB bridge suffered a multimillion hack and the network was halted. Meanwhile, the Bitcoin price doubts, hit by the US economy.
Even in a bearish market, hackers are looking for unaware victims. Let’s go to explore some common crypto-malware and how to avoid it!
Elon Musk comes back to tell you to invest your coins. But wait, they’re deepfakes to steal your cryptos. Don’t fall for the scam!
We know how it sounds: is cryptojacking about someone stealing your cryptocurrencies? Surprisingly, not exactly. Let us explain!
Cybercriminals are preparing all kinds of crypto scams to deceive their victims. Let’s check some of their common schemes for this year.