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Malicious KMSPico Windows Activator Stealing Users’ Cryptocurrency Wallets

Users looking to activate Windows without using a digital license or a product key are being targeted by tainted installers to deploy malware designed to plunder credentials and other information in cryptocurrency wallets. The malware, dubbed “CryptBot,” is an information stealer capable of …

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Cryptocurrency trading platform BitMart has disclosed a “large-scale security breach” that it blamed on a stolen private key, resulting in the theft of more than $150 million in various cryptocurrencies. The breach is said to have impacted two of its hot wallets on the Ethereum (ETH) blockchain …

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