The long awaiting Ethereum Merge occurred in the early hours of Sept 15th. It didn’t take long for the scammers to start sending out fake emails urging the recipients to upgrade their client/account/whatever in order to be able to stay current under the new system.
Crypto derivatives platform BitMex hit with indictments, arrest, Ontario cops misused COVID contact tracing database, AxisOfEasy: It’s not Conspiracy. It’s Culture …and more in AofE # 166
Yesterday New York Times columnist tweeted an astonishing comment, saying that his computer had been hacked and it’s IP address was being used to download child p*rn0graphy. He has since deleted the original tweet, but it had been captured enough times and circulated far and wide. I found it curious, to be tweeting that. However, […]
A few days ago I came across the CBC story on how a Canadian man had been defrauded out of $800,000 when cybercriminals inserted themselves into a real estate deal and had the funds diverted to themselves:
Some of you may have noticed that we are now signing WDRP (Whois Data Reminder Program), WAP (Whois Accuracy Program) and some renewal notices with our GPG key. This is phase one heading toward all system generated notices (login alerts, event notifications, renewal invoices, etc) being signed as well. We’ll be cleaning up any instances […]
Yesterday, egregious financial truth-tellers (and easyDNS client) ZeroHedge broke the news that parties unknown engineered what looks to be a textbook “pump-and-dump” on Twitter’s stock by putting up a fake “Bloomberg Financial News” site on the domain bloomberg.market and proceeded to run a story on it about Twitter being acquired. The story spread and shares […]