The official website of the Monero Project has been compromised to serve a malware-infected version of the CLI (command-line interface) wallet. The malicious file was available for download for around 14 hours and at least one of the users who downloaded the malware has had their funds stolen. What happened? On Tuesday (November 18), a user noticed that the SHA256 hash sum of the 64-bit Linux binary he downloaded from the site did not match … More
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