ZB.com, a digital asset exchange that claims to be the world's most secure, has suddenly issued a notice saying that due to a technical failure it has stopped charging and withdrawal services, without mentioning any resumption time.
On July 2, a vulnerability in the ticks account caused an exploit on Solana-based concentrated liquidity protocol Crema Finance for a total amount of $8,782,446. Crema Finance temporarily suspended the program and are now investigating it.
Many users of QQ, a Chinese instant messaging software owned by Tencent, claimed on Sunday night that their accounts had been hacked. The app's official team responded on Monday.
DEF CON China 1.0 kicked off in Beijing's 798 art district on May 31 gathering hackers and computer security professionals from all over the world.
In June, Wuhan police cracked down a case of selling personal information. They intercepted and captured more than 26 million pieces personal information. On October 7, reporters learned from Wuhan Public Security Bureau that the case had some new progresses. After four months detection, the police recently destroyed five telecom fraud gangs, detaining 58 people […]
On September 25th, the Shenzhen City Procuratorate arrested two suspects—Yang and Wu—on the suspicion of using third-party software to modify personal accounts on shared bicycles and over 20,000 RMB (around $3000) from 34 different users. It is noticed that shared bicycle companies always launched a variety of promotions and gave out red pockets to users. […]