Clandestine Bitcoin mining operation discovered at Polish police headquarters

Charlie Taylor

Hackers making cryptocurrency fraud using virus software and computer interface. Blockchain cyberattack, ddos ​​and malware concept. Underground background.Coingoback" srcset=" 700w, uploads/2022/06/Banner-Coingoback-700x150-1-300x64.jpg 300w, 150w, 585w" data-sizes="(max-width: 700px) 100vw, 700px " width="700" height="150" style="display: inline-block;Polish police discovered on Friday (30) a bitcoin mining operation at their own headquarters in Warsaw. Police spokesman Mariusz Ciarka told Polish news channel TVN24 that a civil servant – not a police officer – “tried to steal electricity to extract bitcoin”. The police themselves discovered the trail of clandestine cryptocurrency mining. “Unfortunately, this happened at a police location,” said Ciarka, emphasizing that at no time did the suspect have access to police databases. The Commander-in-Chief of Police, Jarosław Szymczyk once fired a miner who was actually an IT employee at the police station. He used police computers, which he equipped with video cards and specialized software. At police headquarters, he had a great internet connection, also for free, of course. Local media, TVN24, even reported that Warsaw Public Prosecutors are already investigating the case. In addition, the delegate fired a person, but also started a process of termination of the employment contract of another employee.Read More:

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