Man Sentenced to Prison for Stealing Bitcoin from Silk Road
James Zhong, who stole more than 51,680 Bitcoin from Silk Road in 2012, has been sentenced to one year and one day in prison for wire fraud charges. The Bitcoin was worth roughly $3.4 billion at the time of its seizure in November 2021.
FTX Officials Says the Exchange Has Been Compromised by Hackers
Despite being the most embattled exchange, FTX has suffered a multi-million cyberattack
Deribit Hackers Turns to Tornado Cash to Launder Stolen Funds
The hacker(s) who exploited Deribit Exchange have started laundering the stolen cash through Tornado Cash
Deribit Exchange's Hot Wallet Hacked for $28M
Deribit exchange has revealed it has been hacked for $28 million
DeFi Protocol Wintermute Suffers $160M of Hack: CEO
Cryptocurrency market maker and Decentralized Finance (DeFi) lending protocol Wintermute has been hacked with over $160 million lost.
BlockSec Shares Alerts of ETHPoW Tokens Persistent Attack
According to an alert shared by blockchain security firm, BlockSec, the ETHW protocol suffered a replay attack with the hacker carting away 200 ETHW tokens.
Hackers Steal Cryptos from General Bytes Bitcoin ATM via Zero-day Bug
Crypto ATM manufacturer General Bytes has confirmed that its infrastructures have been hacked using a zero-day vulnerability in server ports to steal cryptocurrencies from customers.
Russian National Extradited to the U.S. to Face Crypto Money Laundering Charges
Alexander Vinnik, a Russian national accused of running an illegal crypto exchange BTC-e was extradited to the United States to face fraud charges.
Nomad Lost Nearly $190m TVL in "Decentralized Robbery"
Cross-chain token bridge Nomad was breached on Monday, which resulted in a loss of cryptocurrency worth almost $200 million in terms of Total Value Locked (TVL).
Naoris Protocol Secures $11.5 m Funding, Enhancing Web3 Networks Security
Cybersecurity protocol Naoris raised the funding with $11.5 million, which it mentions will enable it to revamp network security for the Web3 world.

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