“Shreeki” allegedly hacked government portals, bitcoin exchanges and poker sites.
“Are you able to imagine all the possible consequences that can occur to you and your loved ones?” said the scammer.
But to be fair, they’re a long way behind remote-controlled junk cages.
While bitcoin (BTC) prices are increasing, crypto-related scams appear on the scene to take advantage of the situation. In this case, a security firm spotted three malicious crypto apps targeting users to steal their funds. Three Bogus Crypto Trading and Poker Apps Are Infected With Dangerous Malware According to Intezer Labs, a year-long malware operation […]
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Cryptocurrency exchange EXMO said an estimated $4 million of the cryptocurrency stolen during a hack on Dec. 21 was through the exchange Poloniex. Read more: Crypto Exchange EXMO Says Hackers Have Stolen 5% of Total Assets
Russian crypto exchange Livecoin claims that it has suffered a “carefully planned attack,” but some in the community suspect an exit scam.
About $4 million of crypto stolen in Exmo hack was allegedly withdrawn through Poloniex, the exchange said it froze several accounts.
Bitgrail’s founder Francesco Firano is accused of fraud related to the massive hack back in 2018.
Major cryptocurrency exchange Exmo lost 5% of its total assets due to an apparent hacking attack.