Cryptomining stories - Page 3
EXCLUSIVE: Palo Alto analyst unwraps mentality of cybercrime
Threat intelligence analyst Alex Hinchliffe discusses the constant rise of cybercrime, how it's changing, and the possibility of cyber warfare.
Exclusive: 'Bad guys aren't so bad' as cryptomining is a sign of conscience
Cryptomining is now a more popular method of cybercrime than ransomware but expert Tim Brown says this isn't a bad thing as it causes less harm.
Cryptominers posing a new threat for enterprise IT infrastructures
As well as viruses, trojans, worms and ransomware attacks, IT managers now have a new threat to worry about: cryptominers.
Once legit site found to be cryptomining, 6,000 machines infected
Check Point researchers discovered a previously legitimate video software download site has moved into cryptomining, earning around US$700 a day.
No need for a browser - XMRig cryptomining malware enters top 10 most wanted malware list
Cryptomining malware is shifting its focus from browsers to endpoints, with XMRig rising in popularity among cybercriminals.
Android ransomware on the rise in APAC - Malwarebytes
Machine learning anomaly detections also rose by 480%, according to a Malwarebytes report on cybercrime tactics and techniques.
Google to ban cryptocurrency mining extensions from Chrome
Google bans crypto-mining extensions from Chrome Store due to rampant rule violations.
Kiwis 'paying for someone else's profit' as 2018 becomes the year of cryptomining
Cryptomining might just be one of the biggest trends in cybercrime this year, and New Zealand is not immune from its reach.
Data centres beware: New report predicts imminent attacks
Cryptomining is increasingly outdoing ransomware in popularity but cybercriminals are running out of CPU, painting data centres as prime targets.
Australia ranks 8th as a global target for cryptomining attacks
Cryptomining is becoming a popular revenue stream for cybercriminals as the ransomware market becomes too crowded.
Not a Bitcoin owner? You're still fair game for a cryptomining attack
Check Point has released a 'cryptomining 101' document that details how cybercriminals hack into devices to steal their CPU power for illicit mining.
Cryptomining malware affected 42% organisations worldwide in Feb
This persistent threat not only continues to chip away at enterprise CPU power, but once inside a network can carry out other malicious acts.
Cryptomining malware a genuine threat to organizations, NTT Security says
There are more than 12,000 Monero mining malware samples 66% of which were submitted between November and December 2017.
Hydro66 boosts data centre expansion plans with Canadian investment
The Swedish colocation data centre company says it will be using the investment from the Canadian crypto mining company to aid its build out to 40 MW.