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UTS English The Pirate Bay Caught Secretly Running Cryptocurrency Miner Again

p, 2017-10-13 11:40
In September 2017, we reported that The Pirate Bay (TPB) was running a cryptocurrency miner provided by CoinHive. The code used visitor’s CPU bandwidth to generate Monero digital coins without informing them or allowing them to Opt-In or Opt-Out.

In reply, TPB claimed, “the miner is being tested for a short period (~24 hours) as a new way to generate revenue.”

Another One

But now, another researcher has revealed that TPB is using yet another cryptocurrency miner to generate Monero digital coins without alerting users or providing them options to allow the site to use their CPU bandwidth or not.

According to Nic Carter, a financial and digital currency specialist, The Pirate Bay is mining Monero using crypto-loot, a new software that offers similar services as CoinHive. “The Pirate Bay is mining Monero in user’s browsers again, this time using crypto-loot (12% rake) rather than coinhive (30% rake),” tweeted Carter.

CloudFlare Is Booting Off Such Sites

Remember, last week CloudFlare booted off a torrent website ProxyBunker for secretly using cryptocurrency miner. In their reply to ProxyBunker, CloudFlare stated that “Coinhive mining code without notifying users. … We consider this to be malware, and as such, the account was suspended, and all domains removed from CloudFlare.”

However, since The Pirate Bay also uses CloudFlare’s DDoS protection, it could be a matter of time before the firm decides to boot off the site for mining digital currency without informing users.

“They’re doing it without informing users, a violation of CloudFlare’s TOS. Could see this escalated into a serious wrangle with CloudFlare,” Carter further explained.

Who Else Was Caught Doing It?

Currently, the trend of using cryptocurrency miners is increasing; therefore, a number of websites are signing up for the code. However, two domains owned by CBS Corporation’s premium cable network Showtime were also caught mining cryptocoins without notifying users.

Although a rare practice, if adopted widely on a long-term basis it might replace ads for good as advertisements can be malicious and annoying at times. However, the fact that it hijacks computers for crypto mining is deeply concerning for users, therefore, website owners should allow users to choose whether they want the site to use their CPU for mining or not.

Here is an example screenshot was able to grab showing what it looks like when a site decides to inform users about mining cryptocurrency:

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UTS English Blockchain Startup White Rabbit Wants to Tackle Piracy & Content Accessibility Issues

p, 2017-10-13 11:40
White Rabbit, a browser plug-in that recognizes the films and series you watch on whatever streaming site you prefer, will launch an ICO on November 27, 2017.

Project White Rabbit has been recently announced by professionals who are engaged in creative sphere. Film producers, distributors and software developers united to create really unusual and modern product. White Rabbit is based on the idea of fighting piracy and fair pay for artists. A project seeking to monetize P2P streaming to the benefit of fans and filmmakers.

The White Rabbit’s blog post pointed that according to different researches, 60% of people who watch movies illegally do so because of the fact that they cannot get a legal access to the content.

In accordance with the official website of White Rabbit, it won’t be necessary to subscribe to anyone site. The system will recognize the content person watches while streaming his or her favorite films or series. Smart contracts deducts a payment from users and transfers this immediately to rights holders. Utilizing blockchain technology, rights holders are also ensured complete financial transparency.

White Rabbit also deals with the problem of utter non-transparency of the entire even side of digital distribution and cash-flow immediacy.

“Blockchain and smart contracts will ensure that user payments go directly to the rights holders – without delay. This allows filmmakers to enjoy immediate reward for their efforts, while removing middlemen means the reward more is affordable for the fans,” stated in blog post.

Thanks to the blockchain technology, the filmmakers and the fans will have a unique opportunity to exclude intermediary in their cooperation and make payment for viewing films and viewing itself much easier and safer.

The blog post continues: “This solution restores the balance in the entire content distribution industry; tackles the issue of video piracy and content availability; noticeably simplifies user experience; removes intermediaries and payment downtime from the equation; and, most importantly, establishes a foundation for a truly competitive environment. Not only that, but our smart contracts will enable all the rights holders of the film, to be paid their fair and agreed share of the films revenue, each time someone streams the film. Less work, more play and more pay for everyone!”

The project team includes various creative individuals, including critically acclaimed film producer Alan R. Milligan, architect and seasoned programmer Alexander Yarushin, Hengameh Panahi, a former partner at Mubi.com and others.

“Before I became a film producer, I worked with my father Alan Sr,” says Alan R. Milligan, CEO and founder of White Rabbit, in a blog post. “Together with White Rabbit´s CTO, we created MCIS (Milbros Chemical Information System) — ensuring safer transport of chemicals at sea. Today, MCIS is the industry standard in a market worth over $2 trillion. Now we aim to become another industry standard, ensuring fair distribution and transparent payment in the digital streaming market — estimated at $65 billion by 2021.”

“OTT services like Netflix have globalized digital streaming and created great content these last few years. Yet, they have not shown a sustainable business model and have therefore become studios competing directly with the films they used to buy. We are all in need of an open and competitive marketplace in digital distribution. With White Rabbit, we can offer a global, sustainable, transparent business model that also combats piracy without having to intimidate our fans — everyone wins, everyone is rewarded,” added Mr. Milligan.

Pursuant to the press release the team will hold a token pre-sale followed contribution campaign to continue development of White Rabbit. The official Initial Coin Offering (ICO) campaign will start on November 7 and will finish on December 22, 2017.

UTS English Court slaps down bankruptcy as a shield for piracy fines

p, 2017-10-13 10:50
A bankruptcy court in Florida has ruled that Amit Bhalla, a retailer of IPTV streaming devices with unauthorised channels, cannot use a bankruptcy case to shield himself from monetary liability for copyright infringement.

In 2016, the US District Court for the Central District of California issued a permanent injunction halting the unlawful distribution of television content from programmers CCTV and TVB on TVpad devices. DISH Network, which has exclusive rights to distribute much of CCTV’s and TVB’s content in the United States (including through its Sling TV OTT service), and CICC, an affiliate of CCTV, were also plaintiffs in that underlying lawsuit, which began in 2015. The plaintiffs alleged that the manufacturers and distributors of the TVpad device set up a pirate broadcasting network designed to stream CCTV and TVB channels without authorisation.

The court ordered manufacturers and distributors of TVpad to pay $55 million in damages to DISH, TVB, CCTV and CICC, and the injunction prohibited retailers from distributing, advertising, marketing or promoting TVpad and comparable devices that deliver CCTV’s or TVB’s copyrighted content.

Amit Bhalla chose to file for bankruptcy in an attempt to avoid being held financially accountable. The plaintiffs filed a motion for summary judgment in the US Bankruptcy Court for the Middle District of Florida. The court granted the motion, and Bhalla must now pay plaintiffs $4.4 million for copyright and trademark infringement.

“This ruling sends an important message to retailers who think they can get away with profiting off pirated content: you will eventually be held accountable, and a bankruptcy filing will not protect you,” said Samuel Tsang, vice president of operations for TVB USA. “Our hope is that, as a result of this ruling, retailers will stop selling content obtained through illegal means and instead serve their customers with legal, reliable content and devices.”

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UTS English 500 million PCs are being used for stealth cryptocurrency mining online

p, 2017-10-13 10:50
Your PC may be used to find cryptocurrency when you visit websites, with or without your consent.

A new report suggests hundreds of websites have taken The Pirate Bay's lead and are now using visitor PCs to mine cryptocurrency without the consent of users.

A month or so ago, torrent search website The Pirate Bay raised concern among the community as visitors noticed their CPU usage surged whenever a page was opened.

At first, some worried that malvertising or embedded malware was at play; however, when the domain's operators realized the game was up, they admitted the power surge was due to a "small experiment" in cryptocurrency mining.

Cryptocurrency, such as Bitcoin or Monero can be "mined" and acquired through computational power. If enough PC owners donate power, then mining can be a way to rake in revenue.

In The Pirate Bay's case, the website's operators were experimenting with a mining script from CoinHive which hunted for Monero. The trial was explained as a potential way for the website to run for free, without needing to rely on adverts.

It seems this idea has now taken root in other websites, too.

According to a new report from Adguard, in a matter of weeks, 2.2 percent of the top 100,000 websites on the Alexa list are now mining through user PCs.

In total, 220 sites that launch mining when a user opens their main page, with an aggregated audience of 500 million people.

CoinHive and JSEcoin are currently the most popular scripts being employed to hunt down cryptocurrency, and Adguard estimates that these domains have earned roughly $43,000 in a three-week period at little or no cost.

It has been estimated that The Pirate Bay may be able to make roughly $12,000 per month from mining cryptocurrency, due to the domain's heavy flow of traffic.

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The majority of websites currently using miners, however, come from a blurry area. Torrent search websites, domains hosting pirated content, and pornographic websites are the most likely to use cryptocurrency miners.

"There may be a further explanation for the fact that browser mining is found mostly on websites with a shady reputation," the firm says. "These sites traditionally have trouble making money through advertising, so they are open to experiments and innovation."

Websites with video-based content that keep users in place for some time are most likely to generate income from this method.

In itself, mining scripts have no ethical stance. It is a technology used to find cryptocurrency, nothing more and nothing less. However, the method in which it is employed is the issue.

By hijacking a visitor's CPU, power is used. While many users may be happy to lend their power rather than be inundated with adverts, consent is key.

CoinHive has responded to the recent media attention and has asked users to make their website visitors aware of mining scripts.

"We're a bit saddened to see that some of our customers integrate CoinHive into their pages without disclosing to their users what's going on, let alone asking for their permission," the company says. "We believe there's so much more potential for our solution, but we have to be respectful to our end users."

Cryptocurrency mining has potential, and if handled properly, there is little reason why website visitors would not agree to such schemes in comparison to ad-laden pages.

However, if domain operators do not respect their end users and do not seek permission, they are risking a hit to their reputation which they may not recover from.

Until this issue is resolved, take note -- adblockers will generally block these scripts. It is up to domain operators and cryptocurrency mining script developers to work together to make this a viable alternative, and in the meantime, you can ensure your CPU is safe.

"Providing a real alternative to ads and users who block them turned out to be a much harder problem," the company added. "CoinHive, too, is now blocked by many ad-block browser extensions, which -- we have to admit -- is reasonable at this point."

Some hosting providers are taking on the issue, too. Earlier this month, it emerged that CloudFlare has taken steps to suspect accounts which stealth mine without permission.

UTS English The Evil Within 2 Used Denuvo, Then Dumped it Before Launch

p, 2017-10-13 10:50
Bethesda's third-person survival horror game The Evil Within 2 appears to have chosen Denuvo to protect it from pirates, then dumped it at the last minute. Preview code sent out to reviewers reportedly contained the anti-tamper technology but the final release version has been confirmed clean. If true, this tops off the most disastrous few days in Denuvo's history.

At the end of September we reported on a nightmare scenario for videogame anti-tamper technology Denuvo.

With cracking groups chipping away at the system for the past few months, progressing in leaps and bounds, the race to the bottom was almost complete. After aiming to hold off pirates for the first few lucrative weeks and months after launch, the Denuvo-protected Total War: Warhammer 2 fell to pirates in a matter of hours.

In the less than two weeks that have passed since, things haven’t improved much. By most measurements, in fact, the situation appears to have gotten worse.

On Wednesday, action role-playing game Middle Earth: Shadow of War was cracked a day after launch. While this didn’t beat the record set by Warhammer 2, the scene was given an unexpected gift.

Instead of the crack appearing courtesy of scene groups STEAMPUNKS or CPY, which has largely been the tradition thus far this year, old favorite CODEX stepped up to the mark with their own efforts. This means there are now close to half a dozen entities with the ability to defeat Denuvo, which isn’t a good look for the anti-piracy outfit.

A CODEX crack for Denuvo, from nowhere


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Needless to say, this development was met with absolute glee by pirates, who forgave the additional day taken to crack the game in order to welcome CODEX into the anti-Denuvo club. But while this is bad news for the anti-tamper technology, there could be a worse enemy crossing the horizon – no confidence.

This Tuesday, DSO Gaming reported that it had received a review copy of Bethesda’s then-upcoming survival horror game, The Evil Within 2. The site, which is often a reliable source for Denuvo-related news, confirmed that the code was indeed protected by Denuvo.

“Another upcoming title that will be using Denuvo is The Evil Within 2,” the site reported. “Bethesda has provided us with a review code for The Evil Within 2. As such, we can confirm that Denuvo is present in it.”

As you read this, October 13, 2017, The Evil Within 2 is enjoying its official worldwide launch. Early yesterday afternoon, however, the title leaked early onto the Internet, courtesy of cracking group CODEX.

At first view, it looked like CODEX had cracked Denuvo before the game’s official launch but the reality was somewhat different after the dust had settled. For reasons best known to developer Bethesda, Denuvo was completely absent from the title. As shown by the title’s NFO (information) file, the only protection present was that provided by Steam.

Denuvo? What Denuvo?

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This raises a number of scenarios, none of them good for Denuvo.

One possibility is that all along Bethesda never intended to use Denuvo on the final release. Exactly why we’ll likely never know, but the theory doesn’t really gel with them including it in the review code reviewed by DSO Gaming earlier this week.

The other proposition is that Bethesda witnessed the fiasco around Denuvo’s ‘protection’ in recent days and decided not to invest in something that wasn’t going to provide value for money.

Of course, these theories are going to be pretty difficult to confirm. Denuvo are a pretty confident bunch when things are going their way but they go suspiciously quiet when the tide is turning. Equally, developers tend to keep quiet about their anti-piracy strategies too.

The bottom line though is that if the protection really works and turns in valuable cash, why wouldn’t Bethesda use it as they have done on previous titles including Doom and Prey?

With that question apparently answering itself at the moment, all eyes now turn to Denuvo. Although it has a history of being one of the most successful anti-piracy systems overall, it has taken a massive battering in recent times. Will it recover? Only time will tell but at the moment things couldn’t get much worse.

Source: Torrentfreak.com

UTS English Chinese cracking group says new anti-piracy measures could end game piracy

p, 2017-10-13 09:49
Middle-earth: Shadow of War has just been released (read our perf review here) and it uses the Denuvo anti-tamper tech. And as you may have guessed, the game has been cracked in just a day.

Shadow of War follows Total War: WARHAMMER 2 and FIFA 18; two games that were also cracked one day after their release. To be honest, we are really wondering whether it’s worth using the Denuvo anti-tamper tech. Denuvo was meant to protect the games for at least a respectable number of days after their official launch. However, all the three latest games using the Denuvo anti-tamper tech have been cracked in record time.

Denuvo's anti-tampering system, and others, are used to help address piracy reports gamespot. By comparison, Eurogamer reported that Mass Effect: Andromeda's DRM system was cracked in 10 days, while Resident Evil 7's was brought down in a little under a week. Denuvo is also used for games like Batman: Arkham Knight, Mad Max, Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain, and Rise of the Tomb Raider.

The Chinese cracking group 3DM said in 2016 that it believed anti-piracy measures on PC games would become so advanced that there might be an end to pirated games by 2018.

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UTS English MCMC executive councilor reveals they have blocked 5,044 sites

p, 2017-10-13 08:43
Between 2015 and October 2016, the Malaysian Communications and Multimedia Commission (MCMC) revealed that they have blocked 5,044 websites from our country’s information highway.

If you’re wondering just how many of those are porn sites (you know you are), Sabah MCMC executive councilor Datuk Sapawi Hashim revealed that 4,277 were classified as “pornographic, obscene and seditious.”

For lovers of popular smutty site Pornhub and its ilk, this will come as no surprise. What’s impressive though, is that even with the blocked sites, Malaysian women still managed to be among Pornhub’s biggest users, ranking 7th out of the top 10 countries, by gender.

Malaysian women: presumably in tune with their sexuality, as well as astute users of proxy servers, VPN services and DNS adjustments.

Datuk Sapawi went on to detail that the remaining banned sites contained elements of gambling, cheating and piracy (RIP Kickass Torrents).

The information was revealed at a social media workshop themed “#Negaraku: The social media affair” that was held in Kota Kinabalu this week. He focused on the impact that the Internet has with users 15-40-years-old, who make up over 77% of Malaysia’s users. On average, this group has four separate social media accounts.

Speaking of the current social media situation in Malaysia, he told listeners that there was growing concern that technology could create “social problems,” highlighting the spreading of fake news as one of the biggest issues, as well as cyber bullying. He added that the MCMC had taken the initiative of setting up www.sebenamya.my as a portal to check the validity of a news story.

Great – because we have had enough of these stories trying to tell us a pigeon graduated from university with a degree in mathematics, or that a group of strippers were poisoned by their all-you-can-eat buffet. You know what they say, if it sounds too good to be true, then it probably isn’t.

UTS English More and more websites are mining crypto-coins in your browser to pay their bills

p, 2017-10-13 08:43
No, Chrome isn't slowing down – you're just silently digging up cyber-Cash

Sketchy websites are increasingly using cryptocurrency mining as a source of income.

CoinHive – the most prevalent cryptocurrency mining code provider – and its clones are becoming an alternative to dodgy advertising affiliate programs and survey scams in many cases.

More than 220 websites – mostly porn sites and torrent trackers – silently launch mining threads when surfers visit their sites, according to a new study byAdguard. The consumer-focused security firm reckons at least $43K was mined in Monero, as of October 10, based on the average time spent on website. Cryptocurrency mining code contaminated websites with an aggregated audience of 500 million people.

Cryptojacking scripts sometimes turn up on mainstream websites. For example, TV channel Showtime and the official website of Real Madrid star Cristiano Ronaldo were both caught harbouring CoinHive code recently. Pirate Bay admitted that it had experimented with the technology, something that happened without telling users beforehand.

Security researchers such as Troy Mursch (aka Bad Packets) have found it difficult to get sites to act on reports of infection. This means it can be difficult to determine whether third party hackers have planted the code on insecure sites or whether it’s there as a sanctioned money making move. The anonymity offered by digital currencies adds to the confusion.

The largest website sporting mining code is the Dropbox clone uptobox.com, which is a top-1000 websites according to Alexa's worldwide rankings of sites by traffic, with 60 million-plus monthly visitors, Adguard reports.

The CoinHive team has called on website operators to inform their users about mining operations but there’s no facility to block misuse of the technology by the unscrupulous, according to Adguard, which adds that three more clones of CoinHive appeared over the three week period of its recent study.

Ad blockers and antivirus programs have added features that block browser mining. AdGuard has updated its apps to give users the choice to let a site mine, or to forbid it to launch mining in their browsers. Informed consent lies at the root of objections to cryptocurrency mining practices. Done with permission the technology offers an alternative revenue stream to publishers outside of online ads, which many find either intrusive or annoying.

An earlier study on how cryptocurrency mining is being abused can be found in a blog post by Malwarebytes here.

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