The DeFi platform was the victim of an attack shortly after launch, with 183 ETH compromised. After an initial selloff, FORCE tokens are in recovery mode Monday.
ForceDAO, a shiny new decentralized finance (DeFi) project, got attacked by five hackers this morning, reviving concerns around the highly experimental sector and the seemingly unending amounts of money flowing into hours-old projects.
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Researchers at major video game publisher Activision have discovered a new malware program that installs hidden cryptocurrency miners on users’ PCs by masquerading as a “trainer” for Call of Duty: Warzone, the company revealed yesterday.
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This Monday, hackers have stolen at least 3000 ETH ($5.7 million) after breaching the security of Roll, a blockchain ecosystem for the issuance of social tokens and NFTs (non-fungible tokens).
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DeFi exploits and attacks have become increasingly commonplace as the space evolves and attracts both money and participants.
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The developers of Primitive, Ethereum-based decentralized finance (DeFi) permissionless options protocol, “whitehacked” their own platform after a severe exploit was discovered today.
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Cybersecurity firm SophosLabs has traced MrbMiner, a new cryptojacking virus that primarily targets powerful database servers, back to a small software company in Iran, according to a report published yesterday.
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Investigators reportedly identified the individuals by tracing the crypto exchange accounts used to launder the funds.
Successful applicants can use the funds to buy a ticket to the company’s headquarters.
Following an alleged December breach, the trading platform now says it will close and repay users any remaining funds.