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

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....


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