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!
We know how it sounds: is cryptojacking about someone stealing your cryptocurrencies? Surprisingly, not exactly. Let us explain!
Fake malware is also there. Now, some hackers designed a campaign of fake ransomware to extort bloggers and website owners.
Hackers don’t rest, so we now have to face a new variety of crypto-stealing malware. This time, the main victims are Windows 10 users.
A group of scammers is surrounding the crypto servers on Discord, offering supposed crypto-giveaways via private messages. Don’t be fooled!
Some dubious apps are being promoted right now by hackers that want to steal your cryptos. They include dangerous malware.
Taking advantage of the last data breach in the company, the hackers have designed a new campaign of fake Ledger emails to steal cryptos.
The ransomware may ask you for cryptocurrencies if you’re infected, but there’s a new vaccine to prevent this virus from now.