[ad_1] Hackers stole cryptocurrency from about 6,000 Coinbase accounts after bypassing multi-factor authentication in a suspected phishing campaign, a filing with the California state Attorney General’s office disclosed. According to the data breach notification, the hackers leveraged a flaw in the platform’s account recovery process to hijack the two-factor authentication SMSes. The Coinbase hack, first reported by Bleeping Computer, happened between March and
[ad_1] Comparing crypto fees can be difficult because each exchange structures its fees differently. And they aren’t always transparent about how much they charge. For example, eToro doesn’t charge customers to deposit money, whether by bank transfer, debit or credit card, or another payment method. However, it does charge a higher spread (between 0.75% and
[ad_1] Cryptocurrency exchange Coinbase After sending an email claiming that the customer’s security settings have changed, we are in a hurry to reassure the user. The company emailed about 125,000 customers on Friday, Two-step verification The settings have changed. Not surprisingly, this email has led many users to believe that their accounts have been hacked,
[ad_1] A major cryptocurrency exchange has mistakenly sent emails to 125,000 users, wrongly telling them their two-factor authentication settings had been changed. Coinbase said the emails were “not the result of malicious behaviour”. Two-factor authentication requires users to enter information, such as a texted code, in addition to a password. And the alert caused alarm
[ad_1] Attacks, Threats, and Vulnerabilities Chinese cyberspies’ wide-scale APT campaign hits Asian govt entities (BleepingComputer) Kaspersky researchers have revealed an ongoing and large-scale advanced persistent threat (APT) campaign with hundreds of victims from Southeast Asia, including Myanmar and the Philippines government entities. Chinese Hackers Target Government Entities in Widespread Campaign (SecurityWeek) Kaspersky issues a report