Weaknesses in the systems of ShapeShift, a U.K.-based cryptocurrency exchange, reveal how a North Korean-linked group laundered cryptocurrency that came from the WannaCry 2.0 attack four years ago. The issues undermined some protections in Monero, a cryptocurrency designed to provide a high degree of privacy.
Mēris: How to Stop the Most Powerful Botnet on Record
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The Mēris botnet, responsible for huge waves of DDoS attacks recorded by cybersecurity firms Qrator Labs and Cloudflare, is still active, using “abandoned” MikroTik routers. The attack signatures saw a spike of 21.8 million requests per second, exploiting a vulnerable version of MikroTik RouterOS.