Crypto.com, the crypto platform that came to the agenda with its hacking in the past days, shared details about the event.
According to the statement made by Crypto.com on January 20, 2022, crypto and fiat currencies were stolen from the accounts of 483 users without their consent. With this process 4,836.26 ETH, 443.93 BTC and about 66 thousand dollars money received. Also, that no user of Crpyto.com has been harmed and that in case of a similar incident again, 250 thousand dollars He said he would reimburse for any damages incurred.
The total damage was approximately at the time of writing. $34 million corresponding to.
On January 17, 2022, at 03:46 CETAccording to the document published by Crypto.com’s risk tracking systems, it has found that some users withdraw money without going through a 2FA (2-factor authentication) check. Crypto.com stopped withdrawals after this situation, canceling 2FA information for all its customers, and announced that users had to re-authenticate in order to withdraw money. Withdrawals were disabled for a total of 14 hours.
It was stated that they created a system in which users who did not have any problems with the first money transaction were whitelisted so that such a thing would not happen again.
On January 19, 2021, blockchain security company PeckShield claimed in a post on its Twitter account that over $15 million in Ethereum was stolen and sent to Tornado Cash.