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PUBLISHED: DECEMBER 16, 2014
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...trended upward in the U.S. over the past 12 months include "Alibaba IPO," "GoPro IPO," "Flappy Bird memes" (number nine in the top 10 memes) and "What is...?" questions for Bitcoin (fourth place among "What is...?" questions, Gamergate (sixth place), WhatsApp (seventh place) and -- Apple showing up once again -- AirDrop (10th place). Upon announcing ...
PUBLISHED: NOVEMBER 19, 2014
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...security flaws emerge as the result of signatures that don’t authenticate all critical data or fail to properly validate signatures. “Earlier this year several high-profile Bitcoin exchanges -- including MtGox -- learned this lesson the hard way when attackers managed to steal hundreds of millions if not billions of dollars through transaction malleability,” Young said. ...
PUBLISHED: NOVEMBER 11, 2014
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...and copycats on the TOR network are not readily visible through popular Internet search sites. The buyers and sellers don't exchange cash, dealing instead in often untraceable digital currencies, usually Bitcoin So there are no banking records for investigators to subpoena. "As long as the dark Web exists, there will always be people who set up places ...
PUBLISHED: NOVEMBER 10, 2014
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The federal government on Thursday announced its first bitcoin securities fraud case, accusing a Texas man of engineering a Ponzi scheme by getting people to turn over their bitcoins in return for promises of high interest rates and ...
PUBLISHED: NOVEMBER 10, 2014
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...identical to Silk Road, appearing exclusively on the Tor network, which cloaks the locations of Internet servers and users, and requiring all transactions to be paid with the virtual currency bitcoin Initially, they said, Benthall even went by Ulbricht's moniker, "Dread Pirate Roberts," before switching to "Defcon." They said offerings on Silk Road 2.0 consisted overwhelmingly of ...
PUBLISHED: NOVEMBER 9, 2014
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...items, including weapons and drugs, sold through online dark markets. The sweep resulted in 17 arrests of vendors and administrators. Additionally, more than 410 hidden services were taken down and bitcoins worth about $1 million in cash, drugs, gold and silver were seized. The dark market Silk Road 2.0 was taken down by the FBI, and the operator was arrested. ...
PUBLISHED: OCTOBER 28, 2014
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...or body damage -- the best cars on the market. And its financing is even new-school: You can buy your car online with up to five credit cards or even bitcoin Beepi takes up to a 9 percent cut of the transaction. The new approach could prove especially popular with women, who have been told for generations ...
PUBLISHED: SEPTEMBER 10, 2014
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Nearly five million usernames and passwords associated with Google Gmail accounts were hacked and leaked Tuesday on a Russian Bitcoin security forum. According to a Tweet from Peter Kruse, a Danish cybersecurity expert, the data likely originated from a number of data breaches, not just one. ...
PUBLISHED: JULY 14, 2014
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...who speaks freely on Twitter about security issues, offered an update to the Forbes story on Twitter early Monday. He said the “perpetrator appears to be offering database for 1 Bitcoin This would seem logical, given suspected ties between w0rm and the Dec. 2013 BBC hack. Reports of Russian hackers who stealthily took over a BBC ...
PUBLISHED: JUNE 16, 2014
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...firm Lancope, to get his take on the Domino's event. He told us ransoming of all types, including ransomware, is on the rise because the invention of crypto currency like bitcoin allows hackers to be paid without compromising their anonymity. "While retail has been in the news lately with a lot of data breaches, if you have ...
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