Scam Alert: Fake MetaMask App on Google Play is stealing users’ ETH
The epidemic of phoney cryptocurrency apps continue to float heedlessly on the Play Store, and Google can’t seem to do anything about it. Security researcher Lukas Stafanko has found yet another phishing app on the Google Play Store — this time it is an imposter of Metamask, a popular Ethereum DApp Browser. Just last week, we had reported that Google Play is hosting a disturbing amount of cryptocurrency phishing applications. The fake MetaMask app is at least the fourth phoney app to get through Google Play, after at least two fake MyEtherWallet apps, and a fake Poloniex phishing app. It… This story continues at The Next WebOr just read more coverage about: Google Play,Google
SINGAPORE (Aug 14): Singapore has confirmed that a private jet, reportedly owned by Low Taek Jho, the alleged 1Malaysia Development Bhd mastermind, is parked at Seletar Airport.
However, Malaysia has yet to put in a formal request to return the aircraft.
“Singapore has not received any formal request from the Malaysian authorities seeking the return of the aircraft,” says a Singapore Police Force spokesman on Tuesday.
Following the chief executive’s bold announcement via Twitter, Tesla’s shares spiked 11 percent last week. In a blog post on Monday, Musk said that the Saudi Arabian sovereign wealth fund offered to take the all-electric automaker private during a meeting on July 31.