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My Avast virus protection "aborted connection on coinhive.com... site infected with JS:Miner-C [Trj]..." ...should I worry about this? /r/Bitcoin

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12-07 21:22 - 'My Avast virus protection "aborted connection on coinhive.com... site infected with JS:Miner-C [Trj]..." ...should I worry about this?' (self.Bitcoin) by /u/wmurray003 removed from /r/Bitcoin within 9-19min

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Pic here: [link]1
Ok, my Avast virus protection "aborted connection on coinhive.com" and says the site was infected with [link]2 [Trj]... well, I have never been to that site.
The funny thing is I am in the middle of setting up my Ledger Nano S. I am at the part where you install Chrome. I was trying to install Chrome, but chrome wouldn't install.. it kept giving an Error "The installer encountered error 112" I then searched for an answer to that problem and that's when Avast warned me of this potential issue ...what is going on exactly and should I worry about this?
I don't want someone to intercept my transaction.
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My Avast virus protection "aborted connection on coinhive.com... site infected with JS:Miner-C [Trj]..." ...should I worry about this?
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1: https://imgur.com/a/wmtrF 2: JS:Miner-C
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$28 - Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice
$25 - Forza Horizon 4 for WINDOWS & XBOX
$18 - Fifa 19
$8 - Anthem
$20 - She of Thieves Key for WINDOWS & XBOX
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$14 - Assassins’s Creed Odyssey
$14 - Crash Bandicoot N. Sane Trilogy
$20 - Dark Souls III
$5 - Sims 4
$15 - Battlefield 5
$8 - Rage 2
$12 - GTA 5
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$30 - Pokémon: Let’s Go, Eevee!
$30 - Pokémon: Let’s Go, Pikachu!
$20 - Fire Emblem: Three Houses
$20 - Super Mario Maker 2
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$5 - Pokemon Crystal $5 - Pokemon Silver $5 - Pokemon Blue
$5 - Pokemon Yellow
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$20 - World of Warcraft: Battle for Azeroth
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$18 - Borderlands 3
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$20 - Call of Duty: Black ops 4
$18 - Overwatch Legendary Edition
$10 - Far Cry 5
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What does this mean

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Why are people still sucking up to nicehash so readily?

Conspiracy theories aside it is still their fault to a large degree. They didnt have a firewall to protect their millions of dollars in bitcoin? Thats like having a bank with no vault just a low garden fence. You mean to tell me there was nothing, not even an untangle server? No one thought to implement a form of encryption or multiple authentication system on the payment system? No hard limits or anything? It may not be an inside job but holy shit is it pathetic security for a company who's CTO and head developer made what is arguably in the top 5 most well known botnets in the world. A cold storage machine with a task scheduler that would enable the network adapter for only a few minutes every day with the time synced to a seperate computer that handles the payments would act as a pretty good honeypot but they didnt do that either. No honeypots, no tricks up their sleeve just 4700BTC sitting on a computer that had full access from an engineers computer that apparently didnt even have the trial version of avast on it. It is no longer about the company when you fuck people out of so much money. People here were mining for Christmas gift money, to pay off loan debt, to make rent and heat their homes (both the meme and the central air) some lost hundreds some lost thousands and some lost dozens but what we have in common is that we lost it due to the gross negligence of nicehash. They were not the best paying but they were the easiest, we took that bait and got shafted for it. Lets apply ourselves a little guys we deserve better. If they pay us back ill mine with them until it is double as a thank you and a show of good will but after that im back to vertcoin or whatever else becomes profitable.
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CryptoLocker Recap: A new guide to the bleepingest virus of 2013.

As the previous post, "Proper Care & Feeding of your CryptoLocker Infection: A rundown on what we know," has hit the 500 comment mark and the 15,000 character limit on self-posts, I'm going to break down the collected information into individual comments so I have a potential 10000 characters for each topic. There is a cleaner FAQ-style article about CryptoLocker on BleepingComputer.
Special thanks to the following users who contributed to this post:
I will be keeping a tl;dr recap of what we know in this post, updating it as new developments arise.
tl;dr: CryptoLocker encrypts a set of file masks on a local PC and any mapped network drives with 2048-bit RSA encryption, which is uncrackable for quite a while yet. WinXP through Win8 are vulnerable, and infection isn't dependent on being a local admin or having UAC on or off. MalwareBytes Pro and Avast stop the virus from running. Sysadmins in a domain should create this Software Restriction Policy which has very little downside (you need both rules). The timer it presents is real and you cannot pay them once it expires. You can pay them with a GreenDot MoneyPak or 2 Bitcoins, attempt to restore a previous version using ShadowExplorer, go to a backup (including versioning-based cloud backups), or be SOL.
EDIT: I will be updating individual comments through the evening to flesh out areas I had to leave bare due to character limitations or lack of info when they were originally written.
EDIT 2: There are reports and screenshots regarding a variant that sits in AppData/Local instead of Roaming. This is a huge development and I would really appreciate a message with a link to a sample of this variant if it does indeed exist. A current link to the known variant that sits in Roaming would also be appreciated.
10/24/13 EDIT: Please upvote How You Can Help for visibility. If you can contribute in any of those fashions it will help all of us a lot.
11/11/13 EDIT: Thanks to everyone that submitted samples. The latest '0388' variant can be found at http://bluesoul.me/files/0388.zip which is password protected, password is "infected". Please see Prevention for updated SRPs.
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WannaCry ransomware attacks 100 countries. attackers believed to have used the ETERNALBLUE exploit, which was allegedly developed by the NSA

BBC
Reuters Canada{Jeremy Wagstaff and Costas Pitas}
Deutsche Welle
Aljazeera
Radio Free Europe Radio Liberty
AFP
The Globe and Mail {not secure and pause ad blocker}{COSTAS PITAS AND CARLOS RUANO}
The NY Times {Mark Scott}
Fox News
U.K. Business Insider {Adam Bienkov}
The Irish Times
CTV News {Michael Balsamo, The Associated Press}
The Telegraph {Cara McGoogan }
Gizmodo {Dell Cameron}
Cyber Forensics {SNS Course}
MIT Network and Computer Security
Wired {RANSOMWARE Hostage Rescue Manual by Adam Alessandrini}
click the europol {direct download}
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ATTN mangapanda and mangastream readers.

If you read your manga on either or both these websites as I do on you cell phone, please be aware that there is a very high possibility that you now have either malware or ransomware (FBI Moneypak, basically encrypts all your important data and your phone until you pay the person behind said attack in bitcoin (through TOR using a .onion address) or you get a Moneypak card worth $300/£300/€300 and give them the card information)). I highly recommend that if you're on iOS/BlackBerry/Windows phone 7/8.1 you download the antivirus program Lookout from the store, and for Android either Kaspersky, Avast, Lookout, or McAfee to protect yourself. I do know that AndyGoesRawr knows people that work for both mangapanda and mangastream, and if possible, to bring these issues up to said people or even the webmasters that some people are getting malware going to their websites every week. In the past, I have tried to email them as well as send direct/indirect messages to them through twitter, but ultimately, my attempt fell on deaf ears. Please be careful and vigilant when viewing either of these sites on your phone and your computer.
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When your virus scanner behaves like a virus...

Don't know if this is the right subreddit but I need some place to rant for a bit. I've been using Avast 4.8 for years. I know, it's old. But it always did its job, never got in my way, and didn't cripple my computer's performance. Before you ask, yes, I did try newer versions, and didn't like them.
Then today I suddenly had a warning message pop up. Saying Avast couldn't write to its own registry keys. Oh shit. Before I can even react, my computer reboots. Panic attack ensues while Windows loads, I don't even know what to do. Are my files safe? How about my bitcoins? My stored passwords? My online identity?
Windows loads up normally and guess what, Avast somehow updated itself to the latest version, while I explicitly told it not to. It obeyed for like 10 years and suddenly no longer does. I mean they probably had to use an exploit in their own old product to even pull that shit off. When a virus scanner behaves like the very things it's supposed to protect me from, guess what, I dont need your shitty virus scanner anymore.
Fuck you, Avast.
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DRAIN THE SWAMP DIDNT JUST APPLY TO DEMOCRATS: WE MUST BUY THE BROWSING HISTORY OF ALL SENATORS WHO VOTED TO SELL BROWSING HISTORY!

This is an automatic summary, original reduced by 76%.
The US Senate today voted to eliminate broadband privacy rules that would have required ISPs to get consumers' explicit consent before selling or sharing Web browsing data and other private information with advertisers and other companies.
If the House and Trump agree with the Senate's action, ISPs won't have to seek customer approval before sharing their browsing histories and other private information with advertisers.
The Senate action "Would allow Comcast, Verizon, Charter, AT&T, and other broadband providers to take control away from consumers and relentlessly collect and sell their sensitive information without the consent of that family," Markey said.
Cable lobby group NCTA-The Internet & Television Association said, "We appreciate today's Senate action to repeal unwarranted FCC rules that deny consumers consistent privacy protection online and violate competitive neutrality." The group said that the cable industry "Remains committed to offering services that protect the privacy and security of the personal information of our customers."
The FCC's privacy rules would require ISPs to get opt-in consent from consumers before selling or sharing personal information including geo-location data, financial and health information, children's information, Social Security numbers, Web browsing history, app usage history, and the content of communications.
The rules would also force ISPs to clearly notify customers about the types of information they collect, specify how they use and share the information, and identify the types of entities they share the information with.
Summary Source | FAQ | Theory | Feedback | Top five keywords: information#1 privacy#2 rules#3 ISP#4 FCC#5
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Cory Gardner just voted to let ISPs sell your Web browsing history to advertisers (/r/Colorado)

This is an automatic summary, original reduced by 76%.
The US Senate today voted to eliminate broadband privacy rules that would have required ISPs to get consumers' explicit consent before selling or sharing Web browsing data and other private information with advertisers and other companies.
If the House and Trump agree with the Senate's action, ISPs won't have to seek customer approval before sharing their browsing histories and other private information with advertisers.
The Senate action "Would allow Comcast, Verizon, Charter, AT&T, and other broadband providers to take control away from consumers and relentlessly collect and sell their sensitive information without the consent of that family," Markey said.
Cable lobby group NCTA-The Internet & Television Association said, "We appreciate today's Senate action to repeal unwarranted FCC rules that deny consumers consistent privacy protection online and violate competitive neutrality." The group said that the cable industry "Remains committed to offering services that protect the privacy and security of the personal information of our customers."
The FCC's privacy rules would require ISPs to get opt-in consent from consumers before selling or sharing personal information including geo-location data, financial and health information, children's information, Social Security numbers, Web browsing history, app usage history, and the content of communications.
The rules would also force ISPs to clearly notify customers about the types of information they collect, specify how they use and share the information, and identify the types of entities they share the information with.
Summary Source | FAQ | Theory | Feedback | Top five keywords: information#1 privacy#2 rules#3 ISP#4 FCC#5
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BIP CPRKV: Check private key verify | Tier Nolan | Feb 11 2016

Tier Nolan on Feb 11 2016:
There was some discussion on the bitcointalk forums about using CLTV for
cross chain transfers.
Many altcoins don't support CLTV, so transfers to those coins cannot be
made secure.
I created a protocol. It uses on cut and choose to allow commitments to
publish private keys, but it is clunky and not entirely secure.
I created a BIP draft for an opcode which would allow outputs to be locked
unless a private key was published that matches a given public key.
https://github.com/TierNolan/bips/blob/cpkv/bip-cprkv.mediawiki
https://www.avast.com/sig-email This email has been sent from a
virus-free computer protected by Avast.
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