ShieldApps Webcam Blocker 1.3.4

Do You Think Putting a Sticky Tape Over Your Webcam is Enough? Well, IT IS NOT! ShieldApps’ Webcam Blocker is a cyber-privacy software designed to protect your computer’s webcam and microphone from hacking attempts and any internal or external breach. ShieldApps’ Webcam Blocker equips you with a highly sophisticated security software that utilizes advanced privacy enhancement algorithms – packaged in a simple interface that allows a single-click protection. ShieldApps’ Webcam Blocker equips standard webcams with advanced privacy protection mechanisms, allowing you to Digitally Block any attempt of hacking your camera by hackers, tracking companies, and other malicious 3rd parties. WEBCAM…

ShieldApps Webcam Blocker 1.3.4

The Daily: Fidelity Crypto Custody Update, Cryptopia Hack Continues

In today’s edition of The Daily we feature a number of stories about financial companies adding cryptocurrency-related services including a custody solution from Fidelity and new CFDs for trading BCH vs precious metals. We also cover the latest update about the ongoing Cryptopia hack. Also Read: Report: Two Hacker Groups Stole $1 Billion From Crypto […]
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The Daily: Fidelity Crypto Custody Update, Cryptopia Hack Continues

The Daily: Crypto Wallet Raises $15 Million, Localbitcoins Suffers Vulnerability

In today’s edition of The Daily we feature another recent example of venture capital infusion into the cryptocurrency space as Japan’s SBI invests in the BRD wallet. We also cover a recent security vulnerability that was detected on the P2P exchange Localbitcoins, and a new AML/KYC compliance solution for stablecoins. Also Read: Galaxy Digital Is […]
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The Daily: Crypto Wallet Raises $15 Million, Localbitcoins Suffers Vulnerability

How To Overcome The Shortcomings Of The Bitcoin Wallet

Although Bitcoin has the most outstanding security of any currency, compared to other cryptocurrencies and Fiat currencies, it still has its security weaknesses. Fortunately, a majority of the Bitcoin security weaknesses can be traced, in one way or the other, to the Bitcoin wallet. Thus, dealing with the shortcomings of the Bitcoin wallet is as […]

How To Overcome The Shortcomings Of The Bitcoin Wallet

Fisco Completes Takeover of Japanese Cryptocurrency Exchange Zaif

Regulated Japanese cryptocurrency exchange Zaif has completed its business transfer. Fisco Cryptocurrency Exchange is its new operator, taking over from Tech Bureau. This follows Zaif’s September hack, which cost the exchange approximately $62 million in three different cryptocurrencies. Also read: Yahoo! Japan Confirms Entrance Into the Crypto Space One Operator, Two Separate Exchanges Osaka-based Tech Bureau […]
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Fisco Completes Takeover of Japanese Cryptocurrency Exchange Zaif

How to Install a Windows Keylogger

I’m not going to ask why you need a keylogger. Just know that installing one on someone else’s system is a great way to get yourself dumped, fired, or prosecuted, depending on your situation. It’s also a great way to really put someone in a world of hurt, should the little utility you’ve downloaded capture keystrokes…Read more……

How to Install a Windows Keylogger

[Update x2: Amazon, Apple, Supermicro, and Chinese govt. issue denials] Chinese government snuck secret surveillance chip into servers at Apple, Amazon, and dozens more according to report

Update 1: 2018/10/04 1:54pm PDT Amazon and Apple dispute the claims Update 2: 2018/10/04 7:37pm PDT China and Supermicro add their voice
Take this with the proverbial grain of salt, but Bloomberg has published a detailed investigative report today alleging that a list of U.S. Companies, including Amazon and Apple, suffered a security intrusion via hardware infiltration. This isn’t a hack in the software sense, it’s a result of literal physical modification to server motherboards at the time of manufacturing by subcontractors in China, allegedly coerced by operatives working for the Chinese People’s Liberation…

[Update x2: Amazon, Apple, Supermicro, and Chinese govt. issue denials] Chinese government snuck secret surveillance chip into servers at Apple, Amazon, and dozens more according to report