Virunga National Park Now Accepts Bitcoin, Ethereum, Litecoin, Chainlink, and Other Coins as Donations

Alex Dovbnya Africa’s oldest national park is asking for cryptocurrency donations Virunga National Park, a home to hippos, elephants, antelope, mountain gorillas, and other wildlife species, has started accepting donations in multiple cryptocurrencies. The list of supported digital assets includes Bitcoin (BTC), Ether (ETH), Bitcoin Cash (BCH), Chainlink (LINK), Litecoin (LTC), and a bunch of more obscure altcoins like Amp (AMP) and Storj (STORJ).         …
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Andreessen Horowitz Aims to Launch $1 Billion Crypto Fund

Alex Dovbnya Andreessen Horowitz is seeking to raise a whopping $1 billion for its new crypto fund Andreessen Horowitz is preparing to make its biggest bet on crypto to date.  According to a report by the Financial Times that cites people familiar with the matter, the Silicon Valley venture capital giant is preparing to launch a $1 billion cryptocurrency-focused fund.           …
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Passwordstate Warns of Ongoing Phishing Attacks Following Data Breach

Click Studios, the Australian software firm which confirmed a supply chain attack affecting its Passwordstate password management application, has warned customers of an ongoing phishing attack by an unknown threat actor. “We have been advised a bad actor has commenced a phishing attack with a small number of customers having received emails requesting urgent action,” the company said in an updated advisory released on Wednesday.…
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A New Slack channel for Cybersecurity Leaders Outside of the Fortune 2000

Perhaps due to the nature of the position, the InfoSec leadership roles tend to be solitary ones. CISOs, or their equivalent decision-makers in organizations without the role, have so many constant drains on their attention – keeping their knowledge fresh, building plans to secure their organizations further – that they often find themselves on an island.…
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Hackers Exploit SonicWall Zero-Day Bug in FiveHands Ransomware Attacks

An “aggressive” financially motivated threat group tapped into a zero-day flaw in SonicWall VPN appliances prior to it being patched by the company to deploy a new strain of ransomware called FIVEHANDS. The group, tracked by cybersecurity firm Mandiant as UNC2447, took advantage of an “improper SQL command neutralization” flaw in the SSL-VPN SMA100 product (CVE-2021-20016, CVSS score 9.8) that allows an unauthenticated attacker to achieve remote code execution.…
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