BitKeep Determines The Cause Of Leaks Is Due To The User, The Hacker Wallet Addresses Appear
- The cause of the security leak was initially determined by the user.
- Hackers can hijack the phone via APK package.
- Currently, 2 hacker wallet addresses have been detected.
BitKeep has said that after the team’s preliminary investigation, it is suspected that some users’ APK downloads were hijacked by hackers and that packages implanted by hackers were installed.
If user funds are stolen, apps downloaded or updated by users may have been hacked Unknown version (unofficial release version).
The platform also advises users to transfer funds to wallets downloaded from other official stores (App Store or Google Play). In addition, users should also use the newly generated wallet address, the address generated through the apk can be leaked to hackers.
Currently, security companies have discovered 2 hacker wallet addresses related to Bitkeep hack. The first wallet address contains 2,896,386 USDT, 166,010 DAI and 2,310 BNB. The remaining address has 537 ETH, 190,055 USDT and 2,553,109.32 SHIB.
As updated in an earlier Coincu News article, this morning, the BitKeep Web3 Multi-chain Wallet was suspect of a security breach that caused BitKeep user’s wallets to leak. Some users have claimed that their funds were stolen in its official Telegarm group.
In this regard, the BitKeep team has stated that they have noticed and are urgently investigating the cause. The platform says that if asset loss is caused by the platform, the BitKeep Security Fund will compensate in full.
This is not the first time that BitKeep’s multi-chain wallet has been hacked. On October 18, the BitKeep Swap multi-chain wallet was hacked. Despite efforts to prevent and the development team to take urgent action, the hacker’s attack was blocked. However, the attack that focused on BNB Chain caused about $1 million in damage.
The incident is still under investigation and the latest information is still being updated. Follow me to get the latest information.
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