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A hacker stole $500,000 in Ethereum from Enigma

A hacker stole $500,000 in Ethereum from Enigma


On The last Sunday, a popular cryptocurrency investment platform, The unknown hacker are stole about $500,000 in Ethereum from Enigma.

The hacker was able to take control of Enigma’s website, social accounts and the community email list. The hacker posted Slack messages and spammed their fake address in Enigma’s newsletter and slack accounts for pre-sale coins, fooling users to send their cryptocurrencies to hacker’s address.





According to Enigma:
“WARNING: ENIGMA SLACK COMPROMISED, DO NOT SEND FUNDS

Hi Everyone,

Our Slack channel and certain email lists have been compromised. We are working diligently to resolve the issues.

DO NOT SEND FUNDS TO ANY ADDRESSES.

We will provide further updates on the situation shortly.
DO NOT SEND FUNDS”

In response to the hack, Enigma has taken its websites and Slack group down and it is posting updates via its Telegram group and Twitter account.





“At this time, the Enigma team has retaken control of all compromised accounts, including the website. Some pages will remain deactivated for the time being while team works.”

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