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Cryptocurrency threat predictions for 2019

In the second half of 2018, the blockchain and cryptocurrency industry faced a major development: falling prices for cryptocurrencies. The impact was felt across the landscape, with rapid decline in public interest, the activity of the crypto community and traders, and in the related activity of cybercriminals. While this will certainly affect our forecasts for 2019, let’s see how the forecasts we made for this year worked out. Read Full Article

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Black Friday alert

According to our data, 14 malware families are targeting e-commerce brands to steal from victims. They are all banking Trojans. Detections of their e-commerce-related activity has increased steadily over the last few years, from 6.6 million in 2015 to an estimated 12.3 million by the end of 2018. Read Full Article

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Threats in the Netherlands

For this blogpost we gathered all the sinkhole data for Dutch IPs in the last four years, which amounts to around 85,000 entries. The aim is to give an overview of which APT groups are active in the Netherlands and what they are interested in. Read Full Article