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  • Top 5 Reasons to Invest in XR Security & Privacy  

    The extended reality landscape represents a new frontier for businesses from all backgrounds. It’s an opportunity to immerse consumers in more meaningful service experiences, open new avenues for sales, and even boost productivity among teams. However, with the rise of new realities also comes the emergence of new security, privacy, and ethical threats. Already, regulatory […]

  • Monero Hard Fork Goes Live, Introduces Improved Security and Privacy Features

    Monero, one of the most popular decentralized privacy-focused blockchains, has completed a hard fork, which has introduced improved privacy and security features to the network. Continue reading Monero Hard Fork Goes Live, Introduces Improved Security and Privacy Features at DailyCoin.com.

  • Slope Says There’s No Evidence that All Security Layers Were Compromised

    The third party wallet confirmed that it is cooperating with the auditors and cybercrime firm. Continue reading Slope Says There’s No Evidence that All Security Layers Were Compromised at DailyCoin.com.

  • Slope: No ‘conclusive evidence’ tying $4 million Solana hack to its own security flaw

    The Solana wallet provider said that it plans to hunt down the hacker and try to make its users whole. The post Slope: No ‘conclusive evidence’ tying $4 million Solana hack to its own security flaw appeared first on The Block.

  • Battle Against Cyber Threats To Be Addressed by Cyber Security Visionaries at #WCSSJordan

    The 17th global edition of World Cyber Security Summit is gearing up with the goal of constructing a security framework

  • DeFi Protocol Curve Finance Reports Security Incident, $500K Stolen

    Cryptocurrency exchange Curve Finance seems to have had a security breach on Tuesday, adding to a long list of previous hacks that have afflicted the digital token industry. Curve tweeted that an “issue has been found and reverted” after an earlier warning against using its curve.fi website. Related: Copy-Paste Hack? $190M Stolen From Coinbase-Backed Crypto Bridge Nomad The exchange also retweeted a message that said attackers fled with around $500,000 in stolen funds. Nameservers are used to route internet traffic to the appropriate websites.  Curve blamed a compromised nameserver and stated that an investigation is ongoing, reported Bloomberg. Tracker DeFi Llama estimates that $6 billion has been deposited in the Curve protocol, down from some $24 billion at the beginning of the year. Related: BREAKING: Solana Ecosystem Hack Sees $580M Drained From Private Wallets...So Far           This latest attack is likely to increase concerns about security vulnerabilities in the digital token market. © 2022 Benzinga.com. Benzinga does not provide investment advice. All rights reserved.

  • Aave Proposal Would Cut Off Fantom Amid Security Fears

    An Aave governance proposal suggests removing Fantom integration amid so many recent DeFi bridge hacks. Is the multi-chain narrative sinking fast?

  • Huobi plans to list post-merge Ethereum forks that meet its security requirements

    The crypto exchange said it will list any hard forks of Ethereum — so long as they meet five requirements. The post Huobi plans to list post-merge Ethereum forks that meet its security requirements appeared first on The Block.

  • Cross-Chain Bridging Protocols Pose the Biggest Security Risk, Says Chainalysis

    So far this year, hackers have carried out 13 attacks on these service protocols between different blockchains. Continue reading Cross-Chain Bridging Protocols Pose the Biggest Security Risk, Says Chainalysis at DailyCoin.com.

  • Slope wallet provider saved user seed phrases in plain text, Solana security researchers find

    Security researchers at Otter claim they have pinned down what may have caused the Solana wallet breach. The post Slope wallet provider saved user seed phrases in plain text, Solana security researchers find appeared first on The Block.

  • Binance.US Delists Amp Token That SEC Deemed a Security

    Binance.US (CRYPTO: BNB) will delist the AMP (CRYPTO: AMP) token “out of an abundance of caution” after the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission alleged AMP was a security last month in its insider-trading case against a former employee of the Coinbase crypto exchange and two of his associates, according to a Binance blog post on Monday. The move will be effective on Aug. 15. In a Monday blog post, Binance.US said it will be closing deposits of Amp (AMP) and removing the AMP/USD trading pair on Aug. 15 following the token's mention in a legal action from the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission, or SEC. The federal regulator filed a complaint against a former Coinbase product manager and two individuals in July that claimed that AMP and eight other cryptocurrencies were “crypto asset securities” that fell under the SEC’s purview. “We believe that, in some circumstances, delisting an asset best protects our community from undue risk,” said Binance.US. “We operate in a rapidly evolving industry and our listing and delisting processes are designed to be responsive to market and regulatory developments.” Binance.US said it won’t resume trading of the Amp token until there’s more clarity around its classification. © 2022 Benzinga.com. Benzinga does not provide investment advice. All rights reserved.