BitBrowser Hacking Is Still Complicated
According to MistTrack, the hacker has recently transferred the stolen funds to new addresses.
After the initial breach last week, MistTrack collaborated with the crypto community to compile a list of crypto addresses associated with the hacker. These addresses were closely monitored for any fund transfers or potential clues about the identity of the hacker.
Specifically, 236.27 ETH, valued at approximately $386,000, accounting for 70.6% of the total stolen funds, was transferred to a mixer known as “eXch.” It’s worth noting that BitBrowser had previously issued a notice stating that its server’s cached data had been compromised.
🚨BitBrowser Hack Update:
Currently, 236.27 $ETH (~$386,000) has been transferred to the #eXch, accounting for 70.6% of the total stolen funds. https://t.co/ZAMfx5BLez pic.twitter.com/IQZBYMy6aM
— MistTrack🕵️ (@MistTrack_io) September 3, 2023
BitBrowser’s unique features include being developed with the Google kernel, which enables it to simulate real machine information at the physical level. Additionally, its proxy IP setup ensures a high degree of anonymization to prevent any correlation between browser windows.
MistTrack has been providing regular updates since the incident came to light. On August 29, the platform reported that the hacker had moved 1.9 ETH from BitBrowser to a new address.
Subsequently, on the same day, the tracking platform revealed that the hacker had shifted 7.1 ETH and additional funds across various chains to platforms like Binance, FixedFloat, ChangeNOW, and others.
The hacker used tools like Socket and Railgun to obscure their transaction history, making it challenging to trace their movements.
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