483 Crypto.com accounts compromised in $34 million hack

Crypto.com has confirmed that a multi-million dollar cyber attack led to the compromise of around 400 of its customer accounts.

Crypto.com CEO: 400 customer accounts hit.

In an interview with Bloomberg Live, Crypto.com’s CEO Kris Marszalek acknowledged that around 400 customer accounts were compromised following a recent hack suffered by the platform.

As explained below in the article, the exact number of customer accounts impacted is 483.

Crypto.com had first detected the cyber incident via its risk monitoring systems on January 17th, 2022, when “a small number of users had unauthorized crypto withdrawals on their accounts.”

“No customers experienced a loss of funds. In the majority of cases, we prevented the unauthorized withdrawal, and in all other cases customers were fully reimbursed.”

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