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MapleChange posted on Twitter moments after the attack that a bug in the system allowed an attacker to withdraw funds it held. The hack occurred sometime after .....Read More
Scientists have warned that demand for bitcoin could single-handedly derail efforts to limit global warming, due to the huge amounts of energy taken to generate.....Read More
IBM (International Business Machine) is acquiring the world-renowned provider of open source cloud software Red Hat, Inc., for a whopping $34 billion, the news .....Read More
A recent blog post from Malwarebytes' Thomas Reed, Director of Mac & Mobile, explains how a contributor on the Malwarebytes forum going by the name 1vladimir no.....Read More
Iranian cybercriminals tried to hack into U.K. universities offering government-certified cybersecurity courses, successfully accessing at least one university'.....Read More
Citing a 2018 Child Identity Fraud Study by Javelin Strategy & Research, more than 1 million children were victims of identity fraud last year; two-thirds were .....Read More