back to article Breached Bitcoin Bithumb bosses blame bod's BYOD

South Korean cyber-cops are probing a hacking attack on Bithumb, one of the world's biggest Bitcoin exchanges. Miscreants were able to get hold of personal information – email addresses, names, and cellphone numbers – of roughly 32,000 Bithumb users, or three per cent of the exchange's user base. The website is a pretty big …

  1. Ole Juul


    the crooks phoned Bitcoin holders pretending to be Bithumb bosses

    So, opposable thumbs then.

  2. Gordon Pryra

    Bithumb insisted its internal systems were not compromised.

    People still playing the "its not in the office so its not internal" card then......

  3. Potemkine!

    BYOD is one kind of Hell

    Users using their professional PC as their personal device is another one!

    The so-called "geeks" (in its new meaning, that is 'consumers of hi-tech products without having a clue how it really works') being the worse kind

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