The increasing threat of cryptocurrency miners [Part 1]

Cryptojacking, the practice of exploiting computer’s processing power to mine cryptocurrencies without the owner’s consent or knowledge, appears to be the new Eldorado for cybercriminals after its popularity exploded last autumn. The idea of in-browser mining started in the early days of Bitcoin, in May 2011 to be precise, when an innovative service known as […]

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Don’t let your users be held to ransom by ransomware.

ansomware targets businesses, government institutions, public services such as hospitals, council offices and of course people at home. Home computers are perhaps the easiest way for cyber-criminals to carry out attacks as your average Joe doesn’t have a cyber-security department protecting him like businesses and organisations do. Many individuals at home think that an anti […]

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