FourFourFourTwo article A source in a hacker group that recently claimed responsibility for attacks against the cryptocurrency Bitcoin and Ethereum said Tuesday that the group is in possession of “the most reliable source” on the Ethereum hack, according to a Twitter post.
The post was shared on Monday.
“I have an account with a person who I’m not allowed to talk about.
They can’t be identified,” the hacker wrote, using an alias for the group.
“If you don’t want to know about them, I will not disclose the source.”
The hack has been credited with a number of high-profile incidents and was also the subject of a major investigation by the FBI and the U.S. Department of Homeland Security.
The group was said to be behind several attacks against other cryptocurrencies in recent months, including the theft of Ethereum tokens and the creation of a new cryptocurrency called BitPay.
The group claimed credit for one of the first successful attacks against Bitcoin in late May, and has since claimed responsibility in a number on several other attacks.
The hacker group, known as “Aqueduct,” was first revealed in October, and it has previously been linked to a variety of attacks, including ransomware and botnets.