Researchers from Israel-based security shop Check Point say they have traced the wallet in which bitcoin paid for ransoms extorted by the latest ransomware, Pay2Key, is located and found an Iranian company at the end of the chain.
A cryptocurrency stash worth nearly US$1 billion (A$1.37 billion) has been seized by American federal authorities on Tuesday and court action has been launched seeking forfeiture of the cache.
EtherCrash, which claims to be the "most established and largest gambling game for Ethereum", has had digital currency worth about US$2.5 million (A$3.5 million) stolen in what appears to be an inside job.
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