On Wednesday the 5th of June, the Komodo team was made aware of an issue with the Agama wallet that potentially put some user’s funds at risk. Details and a timeline of events will be published once the necessary steps have been taken to secure funds and fix the problem. After discovering the vulnerability, our Cyber Security Team used the same exploit to gain control of a lot of affected seeds and secure the funds at risk. We were able to sweep around 8 million KMD and 96 BTC from the vulnerable wallets, which otherwise would have been easy pickings for the attacker. The safe wallets RSgD2cmm3niFRu2kwwtrEHoHMywJdkbkeF (KMD) and 1GsdquSqABxP2i7ghUjAXdtdujHjVYLgqk (BTC) are under the control of the Komodo Team, and assets can be reclaimed by their owners.
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