A light week with a featured announcement of a cryptocurrency scam tracking project - CryptoScamDB. Some of the stolen Binance funds were on the move again and hit several exchanges. Also, writing software is hard, check out the talk below on how ransomware authors fail.
Binance hackers suddenly move $8 million worth of stolen Bitcoin - 707.1 BTC out of 7000 BTC stolen from Binance are on the move. Oddly enough, less than 2 BTC were moved to nine different exchanges including Binance itself.
CryptoScamDB - a new open-source database to keep track of malicious URLs and associated wallet address across different blockchains. The project offers an easy to use API to quickly query lists of known scam URLs, IPs, and addresses.
Pouring Salt Into The Crypto Wound: How Not To Be As Stupid As Ransomware Authors - an awesome talk on the common mistakes made by ransomware authors. Encryption of a dozen different malware samples are analyzed in detail and broken to help victims recover their files.
In other fun news, safety deposit boxes are not as secure as you might expect. See you all next week in blockchain threat intelligence!