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  • Mt. Gox Bitcoin investors voice anger after creditors meet

    zdnet.com 24 Jul '14, 5am

    Investors from failed Japanese Bitcoin exchange, Mt. Gox, are livid following the first creditors meeting Wednesday in Tokyo, where questions remain unanswered over the loss of some US$500 million worth of Bitcoins. A group of more than 100 investors were present at the courthouse mee...

  • False Stoned virus detections in Bitcoin files are widespread

    zdnet.com 24 Jun '14, 11am

    Researcher Didier Stevens is reporting on his blog that he has confirmed the reports of anti-virus false positive detections in Bitcoin files. Stevens submitted samples to VirusTotal and received positive detections from several , including many respectable vendors like Symantec, Soph...

  • NSA fallout prompted change in Singapore startup's cloud strategy

    zdnet.com 27 Jun '14, 10am

    Unified Inbox was just about ready to launch its cloud-based communications tool last year, when Edward Snowden rocked the industry with his revelations about widespread cyberspying activities. User concerns about data privacy ensued , prompting the Singapore startup to rethink and re...

  • Singapore fiber operator keen to be fourth telco

    zdnet.com 26 Jun '14, 4pm

    The needs of mobile consumers in Singapore are still not fully addressed and the market needs more competition to deliver more value to customers. In fact, the introduction of a fourth operator in the country would help ensure innovation and better user experience, argued MyRepublic i...

  • Google yanks two battery-sucking Bitcoin mining Android apps from Play store

    zdnet.com 28 Mar '14, 10am

    Researchers have found two popular apps in Google Play that surreptitiously mine several cryptocurrencies for their makers, potentially over-heating devices and shortening their lifespan. It's not so surprising to hear of new malware for Android these days, especially when it comes to...

  • CryptoLocker's crimewave: A trail of millions in laundered Bitcoin

    zdnet.com 22 Dec '13, 9am

    Dell SecureWorks estimates that CryptoLocker has infected 250,000 victims. The average payout is $300 each, and millions in laundered Bitcoin have been tracked and traced to the ransomware's money runners. Spreading like wildfire from offices to homes, it arrives in email attachments ...

  • Australian government tracks every AUD conversion into bitcoin

    zdnet.com 24 Feb '14, 7am

    The Australian Transaction Reports and Analysis Centre (Austrac), the Australian government agency responsible for countering money laundering and the financing of terrorism, is able to track each conversion transaction from bitcoin into or out of Australian dollars. "Australia is ver...

  • Bitcoin bubble could burst as investors rush to withdraw cash

    zdnet.com 17 Feb '14, 12pm

    FinCEN and other regulatory agencies have already begun working closely with investors and financial service providers in the Bitcoin space to offer agreeable regulations that protect consumers, discourage lawbreaking, and still foster growth and innovation in a completely new financi...

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