Hackers: Mt. Gox committed fraud




Hackers who claim to have broken into systems of bankrupt bitcoin fair Mt. Gox claim that the stock market has committed fraud. In addition, at a forum the complete database of Mt. Gox sale, including scans of passports of users.

mt.gox From a database with balances of all customers would show that Mt. Gox still more than 950,000 bitcoin has in hand, writes Forbes. The attackers placed database dumps and screenshots of it on the personal blog of Mark Karpeles, the CEO of Mt. Gox. That blog has since been taken offline.

Rick Falkvinge, founder of the Swedish Pirate Party, twitters that have data in the database dumps seem inaccurate. That is not to say that there is actual fraud: Mt. Gox claims it was until recently convinced that bitcoins were still in his possession. The Bitcons were already looted while they were still in the balance. Security Researcher Floor Terra warns , however, that the database dump malware seems to contain, though he is not able to verify themselves.

At the same time put a user on the BitcoinTalk forum post in which he claims the 20GB large database of Mt. Having stolen. Gox He offered it for sale for 100 bitcoin, in their own words to compensate for the loss he suffered by the bankruptcy of Mt. Gox. The database would contain among other users’ personal data, including passport scans. Mt. Gox requirement that before customers could create. A verified account In the meantime, the post has been removed.

Last week was the bitcoinbeurs bankrupt, by his own thanks to a significant theft involving 750,000 bitcoin users were captured. Last Tuesday, the stock market went completely offline. The bitcoins users represent a value of 343 million euros. Mt. Gox got himself another 100,000 bitcoin lost, with a value of 46 million euros.


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