Hacks

DForce Refunds Users After Recovering Assets From $25 Million Hack

Decentralized finance protocol dForce has reportedly refunded all users who were affected in a recent $25 million hack. Accordi...

Users’ Funds Are Safe Following Reported Etana Custody Breach

Etana Custody, a custody firm that provides fiat funding services to the major cryptocurrency exchange Kraken, was reportedly b...
April 27, 2020
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DeFi Platform Suffers 51% Attack From Its Top Miners — or Does It?

Drama continues to plague decentralized finance (DeFi), with Factom-based stablecoin network PegNet appearing to suffer a 51% a...
April 23, 2020
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DForce Hacker Returns Stolen Money as Criticism of the Project Continues

The hacker who stole $25 million in crypto on April 19 from decentralized finance, or DeFi, protocol, dForce, has since returne...
April 22, 2020
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DForce Loses 99.95% of Funds in Latest Test of DeFi’ Resilience

Chinese decentralized finance, or DeFi, protocol dForce has been exploited in a $24.95 million hack that has resulted in its Le...
April 19, 2020
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Don’t Trust Ransomware Groups Amid Pandemic

A cybersecurity expert explained why he is convinced that the promises made by ransomware groups amid the pandemic are irreleva...

Etherscan Launches Fraud Monitoring and Address Blacklisting

Popular Ethereum (ETH) block explorer Etherscan has launched a machine-learning powered surveillance engine to flag ETH and wal...
April 15, 2020
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Sodinokibi Crypto Ransomware Switches from Bitcoin to Monero to Hide Money Trail

A kind of ransomware — a malware that encrypts user data and asks for a ransom to restore access to it — switched from Bitcoin ...

Unofficial Iranian Telegram Applications Leak Data of 42M Users

While Telegram isn’t giving up its ongoing legal battle with United States regulators to launch its TON blockchain project, som...

Mt. Gox Trustee Reveals Draft Rehabilitation Plan

The trustee for the defunct Mt. Gox cryptocurrency exchange has drafted a rehabilitation plan for creditors. The plan will see ...