MPC is a regulated, fee-centric model that is almost an exact replica of today’s banking system.
Every once in a while, the crypto community crowns a new king for secure transactions, and the latest king seems to be multiparty computation, or MPC.
This alien doesn't care about taking over the Earth, but it may steal your Bitcoins and dollars.
A newly discovered trojan, known as Alien, is attacking crypto apps on Android phones, including Coinbase, Blockchain.com, and Luno.
The “Mekotio” trojan went from conventional banking malware one fine-tuned to steal crypto.
Cybersecurity experts are warning about a family of banking trojans that target Windows users across Latin America, but this trojan happens to focus on stealing cryptocurrencies.
According to a report published by cybersecurity firm ESET, the malware is known as “Mekotio” and has been active since approximately March 2018.
Researchers discovered a new trojan targeted at crypto traders using trading applications on macOS.
A new trojan attack using malware called GMERA is targeting cryptocurrency traders who use trading applications on Apple’s macOS.
The internet security company ESET found that the malware comes integrated into legitimate-looking cryptocurrency trading applications and tries to steal users’ crypto funds from their wallets.
Researchers at another cybersecurity firm Trend Micro first discovered GMERA malware in September 2019, when it was posing as the Mac-specific stock investment application Stockfolio.
Copying the actual applications
ESET found the malware operators have integrated GMERA to the original macOS cryptocurrency trading application Kattana.