South Korean government agency to use blockchain-based employee ID system

South Korean public entities are becoming blockchain-friendly. The Korea Internet & Security Agency, or KISA, is the first public entity of South Korea to implement a blockchain-powered employee ID system through a smartphone app starting October. According to Yonhap, the agency will also issue tokens called “KISA Coin” to reward KISA’s best employees, enabling them […]

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Blockchain can combat Australia’s $1.7B food and wine fraud problem

Food and wine fraud costs Australians $1.7 billion, but government and industry experts say blockchain could be the solution A supply chain forum featuring local experts and government officials has advocated using blockchain technology to fight the $1.7 billion worth of food fraud annually harming Australia’s primary sector. Blockchain Australia deputy chair Rob Allen moderated […]

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Ledger CTO discusses wallet’s safety after multiple security setbacks

What’s behind Ledger’s tough stint recently? Charles Guillemet, the company’s CTO, responds to all the questions and criticism. Ledger, one of the crypto industry’s most popular hardware wallet providers, has faced multiple difficulties in recent weeks, including a breach in the company’s customer contact database and a wallet vulnerability putting users’ Bitcoin (BTC) at risk. […]

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Monero Cryptojacking Malware Targets Higher Education

Guardicore Labs explains that FritzFrog uses a brute-force attack on millions of addresses to gain access to servers. According to a study published by Guardicore Labs, a malware botnet known as FritzFrog has been deployed to ten millions of IP addresses. The malware has largely targeted governmental offices, educational institutions, medical centers, banks, and telecommunication […]

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