Record-Breaking Coincheck Hack Perpetrated by Virus Tied to Russian Hackers

Record-Breaking Coincheck Hack Perpetrated by Virus Tied to Russian Hackers

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As Cointelegraph reported in January 2018, Coincheck the industry record-breaking hack when $ 534 million worth of NEM was a link from its wallets.

Cointlegraph Japan cites a report from Japanese media agency Asahi Shimbun has been perpetrated by attackers with a North Korean connection.

"The unknown group of hackers," Cointelegraph Japan notes.

According to Asahi Shimbun, "Mokes" and "Netwire" viruses have been disseminated via the email that have been disseminated via the email.

Given that both viruses, and United States expert told the media agency:

"From the analysis of the virus, Eastern Europe and Russia". T

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Of reported this May, from yet unknown hackers used phishing and viruses to withdraw 7,000 bitcoin (BTC) from compromised by the exchange 's security systems.

(English version)

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