Hackers Attack Script.cc Following Server Upgrade; Mining Site Expects To Resume

Hacking attacks occur at the least opportune times. Script.cc, a mining site, ran a server upgrade and later found its database had been breached. The company hopes to be up and running soon after moving to a new server following the attack that emptied its wallet.

Script.cc recently posted a notice advising customers they are running audits on all accounts and once the accounts have been verified, account holders will be able to log in.

ETA: June 30

“Our ETA stands at June 30th if everything runs smoothly, once we ‘relaunch’ all user balances will be available for withdraw,” the recent notice states.

Current mining rewards are being used to recover some of the losses. We will update once we’re on the new server, Take care!

Marcelo Santos AKA Admin stated on June 22 that the database was breached and the hacker credited himself BTC and KHS and withdrew BTC until the bitcoin wallet was empty. “He then proceeded to make suspicious orders in the market in which the market

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