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  1. John McAfee arrested, indicted on tax evasion charges, sued for fraud McAfee allegedly did not pay taxes on $23M he earned by allegedly committing fraud. Enlarge / John McAfee gesticulating on his yacht outside Havana, Cuba, during an interview with AFP in June 2019. Adalberto Roque | AFP | Getty Images Noted cybersecurity eccentric John McAfee is under arrest in Spain awaiting extradition to the United States after being indicted on federal tax evasion charges. The Department of Justice unsealed the
  2. John McAfee of antivirus software fame has arrived in London from the Dominican Republic, where he had been detained for several days with his wife and several others for entering the Caribbean nation with a cache of weapons on his yacht, his lawyer said Friday. Authorities “asked him where he wanted to go, and he decided on London,” his attorney Candido Simon told Reuters. News of his arrival in the UK came two days after McAfee, 73, the eponymous founder of the PC software security giant, said on Twitter that he was released “after four days of confinemen
  3. A resurgence of scam campaigns that pretend to be Bitcoin and Ethereum giveaways from Tesla, Elon Musk, and John McAfee are underway. These scams rise in popularity as cryptocurrency prices increase. BleepingComputer was told by security researcher Frost that there has been a resurgence of cryptocurrency giveaway scams being promoted on Twitter. These scams state that if a person sends between .05 to 5 Bitcoins or .5 to 50 Ethereum to the listed address, the giveaway will send them up to ten times back. Below are two examples pretending to be from Te
  4. John McAfee has had a wild few years over the past decade. Although his name is generally associated with the anti-virus software McAfee, he hasn't been a part of the company since his resignation in 1994. Over the past two decades, the eccentric McAfee has spent time dabbling in many different business ventures, most recently endorsing the Bitfi Wallet. The Bitfi Wallet has been available for a little while and although McAfee has claimed it to be unhackable, there really hasn't been much conversation around the topic - until now. McAfee tweeted that there is now a bou
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