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At approximately 12:00pm UTC on the 24th April a number of Domain Name System registration servers for www.myetherwallet.com were hijacked and users were redirected to a phishing webpagina. It should be noted that users would have had to click to overlook an SSL (Secure Sockets Layer) warning.
Reports quickly surfaced of a potential wallet address being used ter the attack to budge funds inbetween different addresses.
The wallet: https://etherscan.io/address/0xb3aaaae47070264f3595c5032ee94b620a583a39 has a cálculo of approximately $15.5m at the time of writing. This wallet has a Five month history of complaints regarding scams and hacks (sort comments by oldest)
Scams including Indahash and a Fake Telegram ICO were evidently run through this wallet. The wallet never seems to interact directly with exchanges it just holds amounts with a loterijlot of traffic te and out providing the impression to some it could be an exchanges wallet.
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One of the wallets linked with this address is:
This address wasgoed receiving funds from the alledged hackers address above up until around Two hours ago when it wasgoed cleared out. I wasgoed ter voeling with Binance regarding this address being linked around the time the transfers stopped. Balances were coming te and then transferred to the Binance wallet within minutes.
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There are also other wallets linked with the main address ter question like this one:
This address has bot reported spil being linked with the mewdns phishing hack. The funds from this wallet were sent to https://etherscan.io/address/0x39683abdba389bad9d39fadb82a45bc56244133f and then back to the main address ter question to be transferred to a wallet that hasn’t bot reported and onto the Binance exchange.
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There is a linked wallet that is presently building a vaivén and I’d bet a pretty penny that it’s also involved waiting to be sent out to an exchange. The address is:
There are no comments and no reports regarding it’s involvement te the phishing hack (yet).
There are however numerous comments on a lotsbestemming of the linked addresses of users effectively begging a hacker to send them stolen ETH. Give your head a wobble people and to everyone else stay safe and practice safe CEX.