An online scammer is targeting the popular cryptocurrency, Dogecoin. To date, more than 10,000 individuals have been hit by the operation, with overall losses amounting to some $24,000. Russia-based cybersecurity firm Doctor Web fingered the perp in a recent blog, spotted by BleepingComputer. Analysts have been tracking the suspicious activity of a particular cryptocurrency criminal, who has been using a wide array of malware and other methods to gain illegal income. Security researchers bestowed our scumbag friend a few nicknames: Investimer, Hyipblock, and Mmpower. I really like Mmpower, so let’s go with that one. Trojan horses in all the fake Dogecoin…

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