Threat actors have stolen more than $35 million from the decentralized cryptocurrency wallet platform Atomic Wallet.
Atomic Wallet is a multi-currency cryptocurrency wallet that allows users to securely store, manage, and exchange various digital assets in a single application. It is designed to provide a user-friendly interface and a comprehensive set of features for managing cryptocurrencies. The cryptocurrency wallet supports a wide range of popular cryptocurrencies, including Bitcoin (BTC), Ethereum (ETH), Litecoin (LTC), Ripple (XRP), and many others.
Threat actors have stolen more than $35 million worth of crypto assets from Atomic Wallet. Shortly after the company received reports of wallets being compromised, it launched an investigation into the incident. The company determined that less than 1% of its monthly active users have been affected.
The company started sharing victim addresses with major exchanges and blockchain analytics to block the stolen funds.
A cryptocurrency security researcher that goes online with the handle ZachXBT, attempted to estimate the total amount of crypto assets stolen in the incident, and determined that the losses are more than $35 million.
Update: A new largest victim was found on Tron with 7.95M USDT stolen,The five biggest losses account for $17M.My graph has now surpassed $35M in total stolen. pic.twitter.com/eqfXkm9vlL— ZachXBT (@zachxbt) June 4, 2023 Blockchain analysis firm PeckShield also confirmed that the threat actors have stolen around $35 million worth of cryptocurrencies.
#PeckShieldAlert @zachxbt has uncovered a security breach in @AtomicWallet. In the latest update, it was revealed that over $35M worth of cryptos from various chains, including #BTC, #TORN, #Ethereum, and others were stolen.https://t.co/ylq2nA1RcbExploiter 0xd290…30f, who… pic.twitter.com/YqH3FXffQT— PeckShieldAlert (@PeckShieldAlert) June 5, 2023 Atomic Wallet is urging customers to fill out a form on Google Docs to report the stolen funds.
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