BuyUCoin initially denied the reports of a data breach, but added that all user funds are safe.
Cybersecurity firm SophosLabs has traced MrbMiner, a new cryptojacking virus that primarily targets powerful database servers, back to a small software company in Iran, according to a report published yesterday.
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Successful applicants can use the funds to buy a ticket to the company’s headquarters.
“Are you able to imagine all the possible consequences that can occur to you and your loved ones?” said the scammer.
The Redditor attempted to transfer a wallet to a new computer without confirming the password to the private keys was accessible.
The incident shows the variety of ways data can be used to hurt people, and raises questions about how and if certain data should be retained at all.
A cybersecurity expert claimed the affected users would be targeted online and in person now that their personal information had been made public.
“Secret Tokens combine the programmability of ERC-20s with the privacy of coins like Zcash or Monero.”
The DocuSign CEO estimates the cost of providing the firm’s e-signature and digital identity services are 13X higher using blockchain technology.
Once a user identifies a phishing attempt, spreading the word online can assist in the security of everyone’s funds.