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In an attempt to "institutionalise" cryptocurrencies, Goldman Sachs backed Circle just announced that through CENTRE (open source framework), they will issue th.....Read More
Now benevolent hackers in the U.K. have shown just how quick and easy it is to pop open a door with an attack on one of those keyless connected locks. And, what.....Read More
Maybe, like one Lifehacker reader, you "use a formula based on the name of the website." You're still in danger, says Merchant: "If [a hacker] knows somebody's .....Read More
Bitfinex, one of the largest virtual-currency markets, has been a particular mystery in the crypto world. It was dumped early last year by Wells Fargo & Co. and.....Read More
"It's extremely difficult for the consumer; and the consumer could be you, or it could be an entire corporation or government, to actually differentiate product.....Read More
The Justice Department on Wednesday announced the seizure of a single domain, toknowall[.]com, which served as part of the command and control infrastructure us.....Read More