[SecurityWeek] The Curious Case of the $600 Million Crypto Heist

Cryptocurrency investors have been transfixed over the past few days by the antics of a mysterious hacker who stole more than $600 million — before giving some of it back.

But is the thief a good samaritan who stole the money to expose a dangerous security flaw, or did they simply realize they were about to be caught?

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