Privacy centered cryptocurrency Monero underwent a scheduled hard fork on March 9, 2019. This hard fork brings with an array of benefits to the coin.
France ban anonymous cryptocurrencies as they have the ability to disclose the identity and are the currency of choice among cybercriminals.
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Most of the hackers that use malware for the secret mining usually target the large cryptocurrency companies hijacking the mining system of the Monero coins (XMR). The recently detected threat primarily affects Linux users as hackers attack Linux web servers around the world.
Exodus Eden wallet has added the privacy coin, Monero (XMR) to its newest version 19.2.2. The Eden will be used as a testing ground before migrating to Exodus.
Temporary instability has reached Monero (XMR) - the 9th cryptocurrency based on market capitalization. Last weekend, the head of the Epic Games, the gaming company said that on January 5 they accidentally began to accept privacy-oriented altcoin.
The latest market reports refer to that there will be a total of 18.4 million Monero’s XMR coins in circulation by May 31, 2022.
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Recently, the U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS), posted a new document titled “Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) 19.1 Pre-Solicitation” which contains plans on the cryptocurrency tracking.
St. Francis Xavier University in Canada announced in a statement that it had to shut down its whole network in the campus, after discovering that hackers had snuck to its servers and planted a malicious software for running their bitcoin crypto-jacking operation.
IT researchers have recently identified cryptojacking malware that is coded in a fake Adobe Flash update.
Monero (XMR) community has recently launched a website dedicated to cryptocurrency security. The website aims to educate users on protecting their PCs against crypto-jacking and ransomware.