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US Sanctions Blender.io for Supporting Terror

10 May 2022 1 minute read 1 comment Matthew Rosenquist

US Treasury sanctions a cryptocurrency mixing site for supporting North Korean hackers who have been stealing hundreds of millions of dollars.  Blender.io is a virtual currency mixing site that obfuscates the origins of cryptocurrency coin transactio...

Hackathon, Definitely not Evil

16 Apr 2022 1 minute read 0 comments Gideon6ix

Hackathon, Definitely not Evil A place for Coders to feel Cool Gideon 6ix Photo by Nahel Abdul Hadi on Unsplash Originally published here: Medium   The word Hackathon seems like it may be something malignant- even my spellchecker hates it....

Tesla Token + Metaverse + Wallet Launching Now! But there is a Catch...

25 Jan 2022 8 minute read 7 comments Remil

It was a week ago, when I got an invitation to check out a website. And not just a site, a whole new world of excitement. Tesla is launching its own crypto money (called a coin/token), and its own metaverse (suck it, Facebook!), and even its own wall...

Cybersecurity Insights Video - Criminalizing Ransomware Payments with Malcolm Harkins

5 Jan 2022 1 minute read 0 comments Matthew Rosenquist

Ransomware is a growing scourge. Is it possible to eradicate this entire class of attacks? I think it is but in today’s Cybersecurity Insights interview I have a lively debate with Malcolm Harkins on criminalizing ransomware payments and different a...

Cybersecurity Insights Video: Deficient Forethought for Digital Technology Risks with Alexander Stein

29 Dec 2021 1 minute read 0 comments Matthew Rosenquist

Technology can be mesmerizing. We are all lured by the seemingly endlessly tantalizing stream of emerging technologies that promise to connect and enrich our lives. But there is a potential dark side. For every great innovative benefit, there are ac...

Video Presentation: Why Cybersecurity is Not Fixed Yet

3 Dec 2021 1 minute read 2 comments Matthew Rosenquist

I recently presented to a small group on why cybersecurity is becoming more difficult over time, despite all the money and effort that is being applied. Sharing a replay of the presentation where I discuss cybersecurity history, root causes, shiftin...

New Ransomware Bill Shows Promise But is Undermined by a Limited Scope

16 Nov 2021 2 minute read 4 comments Matthew Rosenquist

A new bill has been proposed to address Ransomware. Congressman Patrick McHenry recently introduced the Ransomware and Financial Stability Act of 2021. Good Direction, but Falls Short I believe it is the right direction for undermining ransomware at...

Video: International Coalition Fails to Address Ransomware

20 Oct 2021 4 minute read 7 comments Matthew Rosenquist

U.S. leadership organized a meeting with over 30 nations to figure out how to address the growing problem of ransomware. The results were unimpressive, lacking the bold innovation needed to stem the meteoric rise of ransomware that is targeting busi...

How I hacked an Ethereum hacker (and how you can do it also)

4 Sep 2021 4 minute read 16 comments Magic_Pickles

TL;DR I've made a simple script that steal ETH from an Ethereum thief that would like to steal your tokens. It is hosted here on github. Run it on a 24/7 Ubuntu server to watch a corrupted address and collect passive incomes from generous greedy peop...

PolyNetwork Hack A Timeline

13 Aug 2021 3 minute read 0 comments FabPure

PolyNetwork Hack A Timeline The reason for writing this article is to collect this once-in-a-lifetime textbook case of white-hat hacking in my memoirs before it gets lost in the digital deluge. For the uninitiated - 10th August 2021 — Po...