The biggest news from the past few days has been the massive data leak of $11 million worth of BTC.
This dump includes user data, passwords, and email addresses, all of which have been stolen from Forex.com, an online trading platform.
The data was stolen via a massive botnet called Bittrex.
Forex, an exchange, was also hit, as was Coinbase.
It’s not known how many accounts were affected, but it is believed that up to 100 million BTC were lost.
The massive leak has left some users confused about the status of their crypto portfolios, and it has also led to some confusion among users on the Forex forums, as the platform itself has been hit by the same issue.
ForeX is not the only major trading platform that was hit, with Bittox and Binance both reporting major losses.
However, this was the biggest data leak ever, and the security and reputation of the exchanges and platforms has suffered.
While most of the major cryptocurrency exchanges have patched their security, some sites have been left with compromised accounts.
The largest site to suffer from the breach is Coinbase, which lost more than $100 million, according to its own website.
However it’s unclear if the majority of customers on the site are still logged in, or if they’ve been hacked.
The botnet that stole the BTC was part of a botnet known as the Bittronauts, which was created by the Russian government.
According to data from Symantec, Bittrons account was hacked in April, and its IP address has since been traced to Russia.
It appears the malware was deployed by a group called Fancy Bear, and was created to compromise the ForeX trading platform’s API.
The bots code was designed to target accounts belonging to members of the Russian security services.
The malware was able to take control of the Fore x platform, and gain access to the account passwords and user data.
As a result, Forex accounts could not be reset and passwords were not encrypted.
Foreex was also affected by a similar botnet attack earlier this month, as well as the recently uncovered botnet responsible for the Mt.
The hackers were able to gain access through the Foreex API.
In addition, the bots botnet also had access to Forex login credentials and user details, which were also stolen from the website.
There are currently no signs of any ransomware attacks on Forex account credentials.
The Forex botnet was a part of the Baidu botnet, which is also believed to have been behind the MtGox hack, which saw the cryptocurrency exchange crash.
Bittix also suffered a hack earlier this year, and there have been reports of users being hit by malware related to the Mt Gox botnet.
As Forex remains the largest exchange in the world, it will likely take time for users to be reassured by the security updates on the platform.
However the breach should serve as a wake-up call for users.
Forexes API is open, and users can easily login to the platform and access their account details.
It also has an API that can be accessed from any web browser, so it’s likely that any affected users will be able to login.
It is not clear if users who were affected by the botnet have had any issues with their accounts.
It will be up to the Forexes team to take care of any further issues users may have.
There have also been concerns about the security of Forex’s other cryptocurrency.
Binance has also suffered some breaches of account details, as did Bitfinex, which suffered a data breach in February.
Bitfinexes data was compromised in February, and Bitfinexs users were not able to access their funds.
However BitfineX users are now being offered a refund to their accounts, which could help them get back to trading.
The other major cryptocurrency exchange that was hacked, Gemini, is also being hit.
It has reported a hack of more than 200 million USD worth of Bitcoin, which may be linked to the botnets.
This data breach is currently unknown, and is likely related to other recent events.
There is no evidence to suggest that any user account was compromised, but this hack is a reminder that if you use a secure exchange or account, you should always be aware of the possibility of data loss.
This hack should serve to reassure any Forex users who are still concerned about their accounts’ security.