What's Your IT Question?

Want to know more about this topic or about us? Contact us!

All posts in Cryptocurrency

S3 Ep127: When you chop someone out of a photo, but there they are anyway…

by Paul Ducklin DELETED DATA THAT JUST WON’T GO AWAY The mobile phone bugs that Google kept quiet, just in case. The mysterious case of ATM video uploads. When redacted data springs back to life. No audio player below? Listen directly on Soundcloud. With Paul Ducklin and Chester Wisniewski. Intro . . . Read more

Bitcoin ATM customers hacked by video upload that was actually an app

by Paul Ducklin There are plenty of military puns in operating system history. Unix famously has a whole raft of personnel known as Major Number, who organise the batallions of devices such as disk drives, keyboards and webcams in your system. Microsoft once struggled with the apparently incompetent General Failure, . . . Read more

First Dero cryptojacking campaign targets unprotected Kubernetes instances

Learn how this cryptocurrency campaign operates and its scope. Then, get tips on protecting vulnerable Kubernetes instances from this cybersecurity threat. Image: Pixabay The cybersecurity company CrowdStrike has observed the first-ever Dero cryptojacking campaign. The attack targets Kubernetes clusters that were accessible on the internet and allowed anonymous access to . . . Read more