In line with an official recent ‘tweet‘ published, hacked cryptocurrency exchange named ‘Cryptopia’ has relaunched its services in an exceedingly read only format, additionally resuming its user balances to its pre-hacked state.
Prior to last week’s ‘announcement‘ of 4th March launching date, Cryptopia has slightly delayed the relaunch by providing the live web site on 5th March, a day later.
While within the latest series of tweets, Cryptopia ‘confirmed‘ that it’ll be using users balances held from 14th Jan. as a basis for additional calculating rebates.
The exchange announced that they’re finalizing a rebate method for the affected users, aiming to release additional details shortly. For now, Cryptopia suggested that customers reset their passwords and secure the account with the two-factor authentication credentials.
Following a ‘$16 Mln hack‘ in mid-Jan., Cryptopia had still remained in maintenance mode after the New Zealand Police ‘reported‘ that the exchange was cleared to its resume operations, earlier on 13th Feb. Responding to the news, Cryptoptia explained that it will absolutely won’t be ‘resuming tradings‘ until the exchange totally identify their losses and make sure that the balance is completely secure.
After the initial reports of the hack within the middle of mid Jan., more proofs surfaced that hackers were siphoning crypto out of the exchange for ‘additional 15 days‘.
While in other exchange vulnerability news, earlier on 3rd March, Ryo [RYO], a cryptocurrency project based on Monero [XMR], revealed a ‘post‘ alleging that a bug in Monero wallet software might cause faux deposits to cryptocurrency exchanges. The represented vulnerability, that is set to be patched in an upcoming release update, that might doubtlessly let hackers to faux a deposit of arbitrary amount of Monero [XMR] to an exchange.