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The CoinSec Podcast

Mar 30, 2018

This week on the CoinSec Podcast Brian Krebs investigates who and what Coinhive is. The city of Atlanta is fighting a ransomware attack. Drupalgeddon 2.0 is happening as a new RCE has surfaced. Fileless crypto-mining malware has surfaced. All that and more on CoinSec Ep. 11.

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Mar 23, 2018

A fifteen-year-old found some pretty epic vulnerabilities in both of the leading hardware wallets Ledger Nano S and Trezor One. Research was released detailing how there is potentially illegal content being posted on the Bitcoin blockchain. A $10,000 bug bounty was payed out by Coinbase to a researcher who found...


Mar 16, 2018

This week Beau and Ralph discuss a new vulnerability patched in IOTA related to signature issues. Monero is forking due to ASIC mining systems hitting the market for the CryptoNight algorithm. Trail of Bits released a new smart contract fuzzer called Echidna. A Kickstarter for a steel rod called CryptoHex to store BIP39...


Mar 9, 2018

Bitcoin Private is a fork of a fork of a fork that merges the ZClassic and Bitcoin blockchains. The Binance exchange protected its' users against a major hack this week. Researchers found that the Ethereum network was vulnerable to 'Eclipse' attacks. Electroneum re-implemented a bug where a hardcoded hash was...


Mar 2, 2018

How to crack Bitcoin wallets with BTCRecover was discussed by the hosts on this week's episode of the CoinSec Podcast. Hackers hacking hackers with Ethereum honeypots was talked about. Discussion around the potential of generating keys that match wallet addresses was had. Lastly, don't store your mnemonic recovery keys...