Hardware wallet Ledger is allegedly vulnerable to two new attacks, Kraken exchange warned.
Hackers profited over $7 million by selling the data via dark web.
Ledger’s chief technology officer Charles Guillemet said that the recently revealed vulnerability is nothing more than a user experience flaw.
As tech advances, so too, do the malware attacks. Amid a pandemic, ransomwares are turning to privacy-centric coins to get away with crime.
Avaddon ransomware is exploiting Excel 4.0 macros to deploy an attack against users.
An issuance vulnerability resulted in the creation of an extra 5% of Ravencoin’s current supply.
MongoDB suffered a “Wiping & Ransom” attack that wiped around 22,900 unsecured databases.
Thousands have their personal data leaked by a crypto-based phishing scam.
The University of California at San Francisco has paid a million-dollar ransom following unsuccessful negotiations with a ransomware hacker group.
The Lightning Network is susceptible to attacks that could drain Bitcoin wallets by flooding the blockchain.