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Cryptocurrency Threat Landscape Report – Q2 2023

The cryptocurrency threat landscape is always evolving. Thanks to cryptocurrency existing within two distinct worlds, the financial and the technological, any changes within either lead to serious ramifications. There have been vast developments in new attack methodologies and threats, and it is important that both organisations and individuals within the cryptocurrency space are aware of […]

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Cyjax White Paper – Strategic Intelligence Report on Latin America and the Caribbean: Synopsis

Cyjax has published a new White Paper which assesses cybersecurity practices in Latin America and the Caribbean, and the prospects for supply chain diversification to the region. Latin America and the Caribbean together encompass a vast range of territories in Central and South America. The region has historically been marked by economic and political instability,

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The (near) impossibility of tracing Monero

Bitcoin is not private. Due to its transparent ledger and modern blockchain analysis techniques, the tracing of transactions on its network is relatively simple. Transactions and wallet addresses can be tied to real world identities due to Know Your Customer (KYC) laws. It is currently completely impractical to use Bitcoin anonymously. Monero and its relevance

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Cryptocurrency Threat Landscape Report: A Year in Review 2022

Cryptocurrency and Blockchain technologies have been one of the most prevalent and growing technology industries over the past few years. Threat actors have begun to see cryptocurrency as a highly profitable target for a wide range of reasons, including the ease of laundering, lack of effective testing, and the large number of holders which can

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Monthly Crypto Threat Landscape Report – November 2022

November has been a rollercoaster month for the crypto landscape after we witnessed FTX, one of the largest exchanges collapse, unleashing all hell onto the cryptocurrency community. However, while this has held the focus, amongst this noise there have been some innovative threats to the sector questioning the importance of anonymity, communication and security testing.

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Monthly Crypto Threat Landscape Report – October 2022

Introduction October held some of the most innovative attack vectors to date, with spam attacks attempting to cripple the efficiency of a chain; the exposure of personal information from hundreds of thousands of users, tied in with their transaction history; and a supply-chain style matter arising from issues covered in last month’s report. Fitting the trend,

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Cyjax research sees TeamTNT added to Mitre ATT&CK framework

A wide variety of malware and threat actors target cloud and container technologies, such as Docker, Kubernetes, and Amazon Web Services. The two main techniques for initial access that are leveraged by threat actors against these technologies are misconfigured instances with unsafe ports open and improper access control, and users downloading malicious versions of popular

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Geopolitical and Cybersecurity Weekly – 8 June 2020

COVID-19 Cybersecurity Update A recent interview with a member of the US Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) revealed that state-sponsored groups have focused on exploiting COVID-19 fears to deliver malware and steal data. Before the lockdown, aviation was the main priority for CISA, but healthcare and the supply chain for food are now facing

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