The private key for the EOS account belonging to the exchange was stolen, allowing the hacker to siphon more than 3 million in EOS. Wan also mentioned Bithumb’s EOS address “g4ydomrxhege,” from which the EOS was supposedly transferred to the hacker’s address, “ifguz3chmamg.” The blockchain explorer for the hacker’s address showed a massive number of outgoing transactions to different exchanges.
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