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September 04, 2016, 04:12:32 PM
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LeakedSource Publishes an Update on BTC-E and BitcoinTalk Hacking Incidents

Hacking incidents are not unheard of, especially in the Bitcoin sector. The frequency of reports on Bitcoin exchanges being compromised is on an increase. However, the extent of damage is not always clear, except in cases where the targetted platform decides to divulge the details in the name of transparency.
Sometimes it takes years before the user gets to know the full story. LeakedSource, a website that keeps track of stolen user information has published information about the security breaches experienced by BTC-E and BitcoinTalk in 2014 and 2015 respectively.

http://www.newsbtc.com/2016/09/04/leakedsource-publishes-update-btc-e-bitcointalk-hacking-incidents/
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Well, let's hope BTC-e and bitcointalk make necessary amendments against future hacks. I wonder if the world of bitcoins can ever get to a point where it can not be hacked in any way Huh
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