Recently discovered Malware was held responsible for the theft of an estimated $300,000 USD worth of virtual currency. An account infringe to Bitcoin exchange, Mt. Gox, guided to the devaluation of the Bitcoin currency, reasoning it to plunge from $17.5 USD to pennies on the dollar. Furthermore, a record with more than 60,000 accounts from the service was leaked to the Web.
Bitcoin community member “allinvain” reported previous week that his account had been hijacked. He stated that he had lost $25,000 Bitcoins (BTC), which at market value was approximated to be working closely $300,000 USD. When the theft was pronounced, . . . → Read More: Data Breach and Bitcoin Fall Down was Caused by a Malware