Atlassian Confluence bug CVE-2022-26134 exploited in cryptocurrency mining campaign

Threat actors are targeting unpatched Atlassian Confluence servers as part of an ongoing crypto mining campaign. Trend Micro researchers warn of an ongoing crypto mining campaign targeting Atlassian Confluence servers affected by the CVE-2022-26134 vulnerability. The now-patched critical security flaw was disclosed by Atlassian in early June, at the time the company warned of a […]

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Hackers stole $160 Million from Crypto market maker Wintermute

Threat actors have stolen around $160 million worth of digital assets worth from crypto trading firm Wintermute. Malicious actors continue to target organizations in the cryptocurrency industry, the last victim in order of time is crypto trading firm Wintermute. The company made the headlines after that threat actors have stolen around $160 million worth of digital assets. […]

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TeamTNT is back and targets servers to run Bitcoin encryption solvers

AquaSec researchers observed the cybercrime gang TeamTNT hijacking servers to run Bitcoin solver since early September. In the first week of September, AquaSec researchers identified at least three different attacks targeting their honeypots, the experts associated them with the cybercrime gang TeamTNT. The TeamTNT botnet is a crypto-mining malware operation that has been active since April 2020 […]

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$30 Million worth of cryptocurrency stolen by Lazarus from Axie Infinity was recovered

US authorities recovered more than $30 million worth of cryptocurrency stolen by the North Korea-linked Lazarus APT from Axie Infinity. A joint operation conducted by enforcement and leading organizations in the cryptocurrency industry allowed to recover more than $30 million worth of cryptocurrency stolen by North Korean-linked APT group Lazarus from online video game Axie […]

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Threat actors are stealing funds from General Bytes Bitcoin ATM

Threat actors have exploited a zero-day vulnerability in the General Bytes Bitcoin ATM servers to steal BTC from multiple customers. Threat actors have exploited a zero-day flaw in General Bytes Bitcoin ATM servers that allowed them to hijack transactions associated with deposits and withdrawal of funds. GENERAL BYTES is the world’s largest Bitcoin, Blockchain, and […]

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Orchard botnet uses Bitcoin Transaction info to generate DGA domains

Experts spotted a new botnet named Orchard using Bitcoin creator Satoshi Nakamoto’s account information to generate malicious domains. 360 Netlab researchers recently discovered a new botnet named Orchard that uses Satoshi Nakamoto’s Bitcoin account (1A1zP1eP5QGefi2DMPTfTL5SLmv7DivfNa) transaction information to generate DGA domain name. “Another change relates to the use of the DGA algorithm employed in the […]

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