VR OKO Virtual Reality Headsets for Adult Video Content

In the past few weeks that I had been active earning online through cryptocurrency-related activities, I have witnessed how the industry has evolved with more and more use cases on how cryptocurrency can be used in growing businesses. Even the sudden jump of Bitcoin price from $6500/BTC to $19,000/BTC and drop again to $6300 has not affected the number of ICOs (initial coin offerings) being introduced or launched daily.

From these ICOs, I participated in some projects. These projects are the ones with available prototype or working products that just needed additional fundings for market expansion. The introduction of cryptocurrency is a bonus factor which will cater to clients that want anonymousity in their purchases.One of these ICOs is that of OKOIN - the first decentralized blockchain-based VR platform for 100 % anonymous adult content distribution. The project combines the blockchain with virtual reality using the VR OKO headset.


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Malicious Code on Blogger

I was doing some search engine submission when I came upon a Fortinet article stating that a malicious code appears on Blogger.com. Fortinet is founded in 2000 and is a pioneer and leading provider of multi-threat security systems.

According to Fortinet, malicious scripts are embedded and have shown up on hundreds of Blogger blogs. A Stration mass mailer is said to be the one responsible for directing traffic to these blogs.

It was also found out that a script redirects traffic to Pharmacy Express which is a phishing site to obtain sensitive information.

Another script downloads a 1x1 pixel image to track the browser information, such as, IP address, browser type and version, etc. While the Pharmacy Express site is hosted in China, the 1x1 pixel image is hosted on a site registered in the United States.

It was also discovered on March 5 that a blog of Honda CR450 enthusiast has an embedded malicious code infecting visitors with Wonka Trojan. The trojan is posted on a web site hosted in Russia.

Fortinet also stated that other popular topics including Star Wars, school, furniture, Christmas, cars and girlfriend are commonly linked to malicious blog sites.

Blogger and other blogging sites are very popular nowadays because of the income generating opportunities these blogs provide. Can we say these people also benefit from unsuspecting web users, riding on the popularity of blogs?


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