Tesla was the latest victim in a string of cryptojacking headlines, but there may be bigger threats right around the corner that need to be addressed as the world’s critical infrastructure becomes increasingly connected
As non-custodian forms of asset storage gain in mainstream adoption, common knowledge of basic security vulnerabilities are essential. Here is a historic delineation of the “man-in-the-middle-attack” analogized to the modern day by Elaine Ou.
A critical vulnerability coded into the Electrum wallet since 2015 has gone undiscovered until now. Users on wallet versions older than 3.0.5 are susceptible to having funds stolen and are recommended to upgrade immediately.