Shaun Bridges, 33, appeared in federal court in San Francisco and
admitted to money laundering and obstruction of justice.
Bridges belonged to a Baltimore-based federal task force that i... Read More
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Shalon, who used the aliases "Phillipe Mousset" and "Christopher Engeham," and Aaron, who went by "Mike Shields," allegedly wrote emails that Shalon allegedly disseminated through "their po... Read More
If a hacker hijacks your computer with malware and holds your data for ransom, it’s probably best to just pay up, at least that’s the latest... Read More
Report Finds Cryptojacking Instances Jumped 400% In A Year
Instances of cryptojacking malware have jumped more than 400 percent since last year, a new report finds.
A collaborative group of cybersecurity researchers called the Cyber Threat Alliance (CTA) p
Bitmain CEO Announces New 7nm Bitcoin Mining Chip
The bitcoin mining industry is having an exciting couple of days.
Just a day after Bitfury revealed a new 14nm mining chip called the Bitfury Clarke, Bitmain has upped the ante with the announcemen
Brave Browser Is Using Civic's Blockchain Platform to Verify Publishers
Privacy-focused internet browser Brave will begin using blockchain identity startup Civic's verification services to ensure publishers are paid for their content with Brave's Basic Attention Token (BA
US Navy Launches Blockchain Research in Mission to Improve Tracking System
A U.S. Navy command is exploring the potential of blockchain technology in tracking aircraft parts.
The Naval Air Systems Command (NAVAIR) – which provides material support for aircraft and airborn