Neither Dominant Nor Defeated, EOS Still a Work in Progress

Despite a billion-dollar valuation, an EOS glitch shows the pitfalls of blockchain for finance. Blockchain projects that comprise the greater cryptocurrency sector’s market cap are unquestionably bootstrapped — a product of ingenuity and crowdsourced blockchain fundraising. But with the industry evolving further in the last few years, gaps between mature projects and less developed ones […]

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Ledger Discloses Five Reported Vulnerabilities in Two Models of Trezor Hardware Wallets

Ledger’s Attack Lab has found five vulnerabilities in hardware wallets of its direct competitor Trezor. Major hardware wallets manufacturer Ledger has unveiled vulnerabilities in its direct competitor Trezor’s devices, according to a report published on Monday, March. 11. As of press time, Trezor was not immediately available to comment on Ledger’s findings. The study states […]

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Hodler’s Digest, March 4–10: Top Stories, Price Movements, Quotes and FUD of the Week

In major news this week, university students seem to be making a profit mining crypto, and Jack Dorsey buys $10,000 of BTC a week. Top Stories This Week Research: ‘Free’ Electricity for Students Makes College Campuses Major Crypto Miners According to research from tech conglomerate Cisco, college campuses are the second-largest crypto miners across industry […]

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Majority of 400 Vulnerable Docker Servers Found to Be Mining Monero, Research Shows

Hundreds of vulnerable servers on software Docker were seemingly running Monero mining software. About 400 servers running virtualization software Docker were found to be vulnerable to outside exploitation. Most of them were seemingly running Monero (XMR) mining software, cybersecurity company Imperva reports on March 4. A misconfiguration of the vulnerable Docker hosts permits public access […]

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