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$3.2 Million From Cryptopia Hack Liquidated on Major Crypto Exchanges

The infamous Cryptopia hack of January 14, which led to over $16 million in stolen Ethereum (ETH) and ERC20 tokens, has been under close investigation by New Zealand police and specialists worldwide.Thanks to the open nature of cryptocurrencies on the blockchain, analysts and investigators have been successful in tracking the stolen crypto funds, leading major cryptocurrency exchanges to liquidate $3.2 million in stolen tokens on February 4…………

Source: $3.2 Million From Cryptopia Hack Liquidated on Major Crypto Exchanges

Two Groups Have Dominated Cryptocurrency Hacks, Raking in $1 Billion: Chainalysis

Blockchain analysis firm Chainalysis has disclosed that just two groups benefited from the majority of cryptocurrency hacks that have occurred to date. Per The Wall Street Journal, the two hacking groups could have obtained as much as $1 billion in cryptocurrencies. Since bitcoin came into being, over $1.7 billion worth of cryptocurrencies are estimated to have been stolen. According to Chainalysis’ chief economist, Philip Gradwell, the two hacking groups are most likely still active.

Source: Two Groups Have Dominated Cryptocurrency Hacks, Raking in $1 Billion: Chainalysis

Apple ‘Security Loophole’ Exposes Business Wi-Fi Passwords To Hackers – Thomas Brewster

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Apple appeals to business, in part, because of its impressive track record on iPhone and Mac security. Just last week, Forbes revealed the Democratic National Committee (DNC) was ditching Android in favor of iOS amidst concerns about hacking attempts in the run up to the midterm elections.But Apple isn’t perfect. Researchers claimed on Thursday they’ve found a novel way to steal business Wi-Fi and application passwords via one of the Cupertino giant’s products…….

 

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