LiteBit.eu, a European cryptocurrency broker, recently warned its users about suspicious activities on its servers.
Our website is undergoing heavy traffic. Please try to login again later, withdrawals can be issued at any time.
— LiteBit.eu (@litebiteu) August 8, 2017
Thus, someone unknown has successfully accessed the company's data. Luckily, it appears that none of the ID verification documents have been leaked so far.
The attack took place on August 5th. As the company reports, the customers' funds and their personal data are safe, but the hacker(s) had successfully obtained some server data.
The LiteBite.ey team claims that they were able to identify the source of the data breach. The company has confirmed that the leak has been plugged, although they have not gone into specific details for the time being.
It is unclear whether the hackers obtained any data, but it is always better to err on the side of caution with this sort of thing, that's why any LiteBit user who has enabled two-factor authentication on their account will be required to re-enable it and change their password. Users who do not have this feature should certainly update their account passwords.