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Korean regulators found vulnerabilities in 14 cryptomeria

South Korean regulators have reviewed security local kryptomere. It turned out that most sites are vulnerable to hacker attacks and is not able to protect the funds of users.

The audit was conducted by the Ministry of science and information technology, the Korean Agency for Internet and security and the Ministry of economy and Finance. The experts evaluated the exchange for 85 parameters. To pass the test was only 7 of 21 sites. One of them came in Upbit, Bithumb, Gopax, Korbit, Coinone, Hanbitco and Huobi Korea.

A recent study of the Institute of transparency of the blockchain showed that 90% of large kryptomere fake trading volumes. Such practices are not resorted to only 2 of the 25 studied sites.


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