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The Most Current COVID-19 (Coronavirus) Scams & Cyber Threats in Nigeria

The pandemic of the coronavirus (COVID-19) has impacted the delivery of legal services in Nigeria. For cyber-criminals and fraudsters, these shifts have created an opportunity as they increasingly take advantage of the spread of the virus to engage in criminal activities.   Since the emergence of COVID-19, global reports have…

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Ransomware-as-a-Service (RaaS): A Threatening Business Model Behind the Global Ransomware Outbreak

Ransomware is a serious threat to businesses, and it is getting worse. While individuals were struggling to deal with ransomware attacks, fraudsters went one step further and started offering ransomware-as-a-service (RaaS). Via this business model, Cybercriminals offer a malicious kit that may be used to conduct ransomware attack services at…

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Is Cryptocurrency Legal in Nigeria? – Actions Towards the Regulations of Cryptocurrency in Nigeria

While banks and other financial institutions are prohibited from dealing in cryptocurrencies in Nigeria, cryptocurrency has not been termed illegal, but it is unregulated. Engaging in cryptocurrency transactions does not constitute illegal activities, but what  the user does with the cryptocurrency in the transaction determines whether it is unlawful or…

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A Guide To Cryptojacking: Detection, Prevention and Protection against Cryptojacking Attacks

With the growth of various forms of cryptocurrencies and their increasing value, cybercriminals are fast moving their focus from ransomware to cryptojacking due to the reduced risk and larger possibility for financial gain. Cryptojacking, which is less difficult and less detectable than ransomware assaults, allows attackers to mine for cryptocurrencies…

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