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Crypto.com Hacked Twitter. Following the 17th of jan security incident, we are sharing our findings. Marszalek said crypto.com very quickly stopped unauthorized withdrawals and lifted restrictions within 14 hours.
Crypto news site the block reported that withdrawals consisted of 4,830 ether, worth $15 million, and 444 bitcoins, worth $18.5 million, though marszalek did not confirm the value. The hacked accounts may have lost over 15 million dollars. The latest tweets from @cryptohack__
Withdrawal Services Down For 14 Hours.
In this latest blog post published by crypto.com outlining what turned out to be a hack, the attack is said to have affected 483 people, resulting in unlawful withdrawals of 4,836.26 ethereum, 443.93 bitcoin, and nearly $66,200 in other cryptocurrencies totalling $33.84 million at current values. All accounts affected were fully reimbursed, he said. New bhunt malware targets your crypto wallets and passwords
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Despite reports of missing funds, the platform has yet to confirm that it has indeed been attacked. Indian pm’s twitter hacked again by crypto scammers. As twitter removes blue badges for many, phishing targets verified accounts.
According To Peckshield, A Blockchain Security.
Following a hack of its hot wallet earlier this week, crypto.com announced 483 accounts were compromised. After multiple users complained that their phones had been stolen, the ceo of crypto.com confirmed the breach. The latest tweets from @hackcrypto
The Cryptocurrency Exchange Is Reimbursing Affected Users.
The hacked accounts may have lost over 15 million dollars. The company is one of the largest crypto exchanges, with over 10 million users. Crypto.com first acknowledged the breach on jan.
Hacking Attacks Are A Persistent Problem For The Crypto Industry.
Security firm elliptic estimates over $10 billion. Marszalek said crypto.com very quickly stopped unauthorized withdrawals and lifted restrictions within 14 hours. One of the world's most recognizable cryptocurrency exchanges, crypto.com, has announced it has been hacked.