Rosetta's name is taken from the Rosetta Stone in ancient Egypt. It records ancient Egyptian glyphs, Egyptian herb and ancient Greek three languages. It means to carry and combine three typical technologies: privacy computing, blockchain, and AI.
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Blockchain.info, Electrum Wallet.
The technology research lab's report explains that the program, known as "Adhose," uses "middlebox" operations, or computer network devices, to manipulate Internet traffic. The report identifies two redirect patterns used by Egyptian citizens: "spray mode" and "drip mode". "Spray mode" means that when Egyptian Internet users make a request to any website, they "redirect Egyptian Internet users to mining scripts for advertisements or cryptocurrencies" and appear to be "rarely used"
Google has launched Fabricius, the first machine learning-based ancient Egyptian glyph translation tool.
The Healthy Security Lab is concerned that Nearly 250 bitcoins have been stolen in a recent hacking attack on an Electrum wallet. This attack, confirmed by Electrum, involves creating a fake version of the wallet to trick users into providing password information. Electrum responded on Twitter that it was an ongoing phishing attack on Electrum users and advised them to download wallets from the official website.
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You buy bitcoins anonymously in cash and send them to your Electrum wallet.
It is understood that the US dollar accounts for 50 per cent of the Libra reserve composition, followed by the euro (18 per cent), the Japanese yen (14 per cent), the British pound (11 per cent) and the Singapore dollar (7 per cent)
Digital Wallet Electrum was hacked, losing 250 bitcoins.
Bitcoin Wallet Electrum confirms a phishing attack against its users, reminding them not to download Electrum Wallet software from any channel other than the official website. Earlier media reports said Electrum users had maliciously stolen millions of dollars worth of cryptocurrencies. Hackers create Electrum wallet software with malicious code, induce users to download, and trick users into providing login information such as passwords to commit theft.