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October 18, 2017, 03:45:53 PM
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According to a recent report, nefarious actors through the use of Amazon Web Services (AWS) are attempting to employ an illegal means of producing bitcoin...

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You should have someone proofread those articles for you so that people wouldn't have to go through things like:
But it may be worth it in large part because bitcoin‘s continued meteoric rise could make it lucrative.
But it’s worthwhile for many because success can be very lucrative.

Or: were tied to hundreds of other consuls

As for the news, where there's big money to be made people will stand on their heads just to get involved. They will have to put more money into security and prepare to give people high bounties for getting access into their servers. The only way to fight hacking is to tighten the security and employ white hats.
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