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Hackers Who Hijacked Mt. Gox CEO’s Blog Tricked People into Installing Bitcoin Stealer

14
Mar
2014

Last week, hackers breached and defaced the blog of Mark Karpeles, the CEO of the Bitcoin exchange Mt. Gox. They claimed to have exposed Karpeles lies about hundreds of thousands of customer Bitcoins being stolen. However, experts say the attackers had a different agenda.

The hackers published a post on the CEOs blog with a link to a 716 Mb archive file. They also posted balances for various currencies, apparently showing that Mt. Gox still had over 950,000 Bitcoins….

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