Microsoft's BlueKeep Bug Isn't Getting Patched Fast Enough

At this rate, it will take years to fix a critical vulnerability that remains in over 900,000 Windows machines. A worm will arrive much...

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Biggest Heists in Bitcoin History and How They Were Pulled Off
Jun01

Biggest Heists in Bitcoin History and How They Were Pulled Off

Bitcoin’s history is rife with hacks and heists, sometimes resulting in six-figure bitcoin losses and businesses going bankrupt, unable to pay their customers back. A new video by Bitcoin.com explores the largest bitcoin heists in history and explains how each one was pulled off. Also read: How to Earn Bitcoin Cash Income Lucrative Crime With cryptocurrencies’ steep rise in value, heists have become increasingly lucrative...

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Testing the Noncustodial Button Wallet With BCH Over Telegram Messenger
Jun01

Testing the Noncustodial Button Wallet With BCH Over Telegram Messenger

Users of the Telegram-infused cryptocurrency Button Wallet can now purchase digital assets through its partnership with the payment processor Wyre. Button Wallet allows users to store, send, and receive cryptocurrencies like BCH, ETH, BTC, LTC, and ETC through the Telegram messaging app. The following is an in-depth review of my experience using Button Wallet after hearing about the app on social media. Also read: Hackers Have Looted...

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10 People Who Might Be Satoshi Nakamoto
Jun01

10 People Who Might Be Satoshi Nakamoto

We are all Satoshi Nakamoto, but some of us are more Satoshi than others. The following 10 characters have all been flagged as Bitcoin’s elusive creator on account of similarities with the digital man of mystery. Whether one of these characters is Satoshi himself is a matter for you to decide. Also read: Facebook Globalcoin: Killer or Multiplier? Vili Lehdonvirta Pros: The Finnish professor is one of the first people to be...

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Bitcoin Mining With Solar: Less Risky and More Profitable Than Selling to the Grid
Jun01

Bitcoin Mining With Solar: Less Risky and More Profitable Than Selling to the Grid

The energy used to mine bitcoin has long caused debate over whether it’s a wasteful process. As the arguments have rumbled on, some people have been focused on mining coins with renewable energy. On May 29, Christian Ander, the founder of Stockholm’s Btcx exchange, explained how instead of selling surplus solar energy, he’s been using it to mine bitcoin and making 10X the money he would selling the electricity to the...

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