Tag: cloudflare

Coinbase Struggles to Remain Accessible Courtesy of CloudFlare

It is rather evident there are many things going on in the world of Bitcoin and altcoins. Whereas some of the most recent developments focus on the price some key infrastructure seems to be struggling. Coinbase, by many perceived as the major exchange in the world, has been difficult to reach by users for the second time in under a week. What is Going on at Coinbase? It is rather …
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In-Browser Mining Script Provider CoinHive Suffers Major DNS Hijack

As most readers are aware, there has been a lot of discussion regarding CoinHive as of late. This particular mining script has made the rounds all over the internet in recent months. Most of the news regarding this platform hasn’t been positive whatsoever. It turns out someone has hijacked the CoinHive DNS to mine cryptocurrency through all the websites which implemented this script. CoinHive is Hijacked by Unknown Assailant In a …
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CloudBleed Data Leak Is A Big Threat To Bitcoin Platforms

Bitcoin users need to be well aware of the recent CloudFlare issue, as it affects quite a few different cryptocurrency-related services. Several companies issued warnings regarding “CloudBleed”, all of whom advise users to change their passwords. With so many exchanges relying on CloudFlare, this is another example of why centralization needs to be avoided. CloudBleed Is A Serious Issue To put the CloudBleed security issue into perspective, the scope of …
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Free and low-cost security software for SMBs you probably didn’t know about

Information leakage and cyber-attacks are among the most acute topics for today’s digital world. Thus, according to the recent report by Barkly, in 2016 over half the organizations (54%) fell victim to one or more successful cyber-attacks. The number is even higher for those who faced ransomware attacks (57%). Additionally, 71% of companies targeted with ransomware attacks were infected. Considering the fact that big corporations use quite a bit of efforts …
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