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User Image jablonskiy Posted: Dec 17, 2017 10:34 AM (UTC)
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Каждый пытается срубить $$$ на хайпе вокруг криптовалют. Сигналы, книги, платные чаты, курсы, семинары, встречи, симпозиумы, айсио и прочее прочее. Удивительно, что те книги, которые уже изданы - были написаны несколько лет назад (кроме недавней Блокчейн). Крутаны вкладывали в криптовалюты и в компании их обслуживающие миллионы долларов еще в 2012. Сейчас их состояние может запросто регулировать курс в любую сторону. А о такой бесплатной рекламе, коей сейчас награжден биткоин можно только мечтать - любое понижение курса откупают за считанные часы...

Больше мыслей, идей и новостей на бесплатном канале - t.me/followtrader
User Image sarah20171213 Posted: Dec 17, 2017 4:45 AM (UTC)

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User Image arturorodriguezofficial Posted: Dec 17, 2017 1:52 AM (UTC)

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User Image real.geeky Posted: Dec 17, 2017 12:25 AM (UTC)
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North Korea hackers steal bitcoin by targeting currency insiders

Bitcoin values are skyrocketing, and North Korea appears to be trying to profit from that virtual gold rush. Secureworks reports that the Lazarus Group (a team linked to the North Korean government) has been conducting a spearphishing campaign against cryptocurrency industry workers in a bid to steal bitcoin. •
The attacks have tried to trick workers into compromising their computers by including a seemingly innocuous Word file that claims they need to enable editing to see the document. If they fell prey, it installed a rogue macro that quietly loaded a PC-hijacking trojan while staffers were busy looking at the bogus document.

Attempts have been taking place as recently as November, but Secureworks' analysts saw activity as early as 2016. The organization adds that the campaign is likely still going, and that this is a preliminary report. You may get a better sense of the scope in the future.

It has already conducted money-grabbing efforts like the 2016 bank attack that swiped $81 million, and taking even a handful of bitcoins could reap a windfall when just one is worth roughly $19,400 as of this writing. •


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User Image iceycee_ Posted: Dec 17, 2017 12:19 AM (UTC)

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