To be remembered, Singapore-based crypto wallet and platform crypto.comEarlier this week, it temporarily suspended withdrawals due to suspicious transactions.
Officials who made a statement right after the incident stated that a small number of customers were affected, but in a recent statement, approximately 400 customer accounts were destroyed. hackingwas stated.
Earlier today a small number of users experienced unauthorized activity in their accounts. All funds are safe.
In an abundance of caution, security on all accounts is being enhanced, requiring users to:
-Sign back into their App & Exchange accounts
-Reset their 2FA
— Crypto.com (@cryptocom) January 17, 2022
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Crypto.com CEO Kris Marszalek, in his official statement, stated that the Singapore-based stock market will reimburse victims for any cost incurred by the victims. The CEO also added that their investigations into the incident are continuing and that they will make new statements in the coming days.
The CEO also
Frankly, this is a great lesson and we are constantly strengthening our infrastructure.
He found it appropriate to look at the half of the glass by commenting on it.
It is stated that none of the client funds are in danger in the current process. Blockchain security and data analytics company PeckShield said on Twitter on Tuesday, He claimed that the exchange, which has more than 10 million users, may have lost about $ 15 million.
However, in such cases, it is extremely important that the funds are returned to the investors.