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Crypto.com Admits Hundreds of Accounts Hacked, $15 Million in ETH Stolen

The cryptocurrency exchange has publicly acknowledged a cyberattack that took place on Jan. 17 which impacted more than 400 accounts. It's estimated that $30 million in Bitcoin and Ethereum was stolen, but the company says it has fully reimbursed users for their losses. Crypto.com claimed the hackers gained access through a two-factor authentication vulnerability. Read more about the breach and other cryptocurrency hacks.

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