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The Hunt for the FTX Thieves Has Begun

That means it will be very difficult for the thieves to abscond with their profits in a spendable form without being identified, says Michelle Lai, a cryptocurrency privacy advocate, investor,.

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Elon Musk Introduces Twitter Mayhem Mode

The United States took to the polls this week to vote in a high-stakes midterm election. With public trust in election systems at an all-time low, the secret ballot is.

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‘Dark Ships’ Emerge From the Shadows of the Nord Stream Mystery

The first gas leaks on the Nord Stream 2 pipeline in the Baltic Sea were detected in the early hours of September, pouring up to 400,000 tons of methane into.

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Russia’s Sway Over Criminal Ransomware Gangs Is Coming Into Focus

Russia-based ransomware gangs are some of the most prolific and aggressive, in part thanks to an apparent safe harbor the Russian government extends to them. The Kremlin doesn't cooperate with.

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Elon Musk’s Twitter Blue Verification Is a Scammer’s Paradise

At the end of August, Sean Murphy was trying to book a flight between Nairobi, Kenya, and Entebbe, Uganda, with Kenya Airways. “The information on the booking page was ambiguous,”.

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Russia’s New Cyberwarfare in Ukraine Is Fast, Dirty, and Relentless

Since Russia launched its catastrophic full-scale invasion of Ukraine in February, the cyberwar that it has long waged against its neighbor has entered a new era too—one in which Russia.

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How to Use Apple Pay or Google Pay Instead of Plastic Cards

The proliferation of contactless payment options shifts how businesses interact with customers at the moment of purchase, from international retailers to local pop-up shops. But there’s no need to fret.

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Inside the ‘Election Integrity App’ Built to Purge US Voter Rolls

Ten days before Georgia’s Senate runoff election in 2021, Gamaliel Warren Turner Sr., a 69-year-old veteran, found out that someone in his county had challenged his eligibility to vote. Turner,.

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The Secret Ballot Is US Democracy’s Last Line of Defense

Though foreign Disinformation campaigns have targeted the 2022 United States midterm elections to a degree, most of the pressure on US voting infrastructure has come from inside the house. Violent.

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IRS Seizes Another Silk Road Hacker’s $3.36 Bitcoin Stash

According to an IRS-CI affidavit detailing Zhong's theft of the 50,000-plus bitcoins from the Silk Road, he appears to have found a vulnerability in that dark web market that in.

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