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Usa v. lichtenstein et al.February 7 2022. US Dept. of Justice. 
Added by: Jack (2023-01-20 03:28)   Last edited by: Jack (2023-01-20 03:41)
Resource type: Legal Rule/Regulation
BibTeX citation key: anon2022
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Categories: Not Monero-focused
Publisher: US Dept. of Justice
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Attachments   statement_of_facts_pacer.pdf [7/27] URLs   https://www.justic ... e/1470211/download
Abstract
In or around August 2016, a hacker breached Victim VCE’s security systems and infiltrated its infrastructure. While inside Victim VCE’s network, the hacker was able to initiate over 2,000 unauthorized BTC transactions, in which approximately 119,754 BTC was transferred from Victim VCE’s wallets4 to an outside wallet (Wallet 1CGA4s5). At the time of the breach, 119,754 BTC was valued at approximately $71 million. Due to the increase in the value6 of BTC since the breach, the stolen funds are valued at over $4.5 billion as of February 2022.
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Notes
Lots of the graphics show monero being used to launder the stolen funds
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