Cryptopia has still not located its security gap, as the hacker who stole $16 million in ethereum earlier this month has taken another 1,675 ETH (worth about $180,000) from 17,000 Cryptopia wallets since, blockchain analysis firm Elementus reports.
Some of the wallets had been previously identified as at-risk or had already been emptied in the original hack. The owners, however, have continued sending funds to them - even after the second breach. The funds most likely came from mining pools.
While initially it was believed Cryptopia might have made the necessary moves to secure the platform, the stolen funds have since been moved to one of the wallets used in the first hack. It is suggested that the hacker—not the exchange—still possesses the control of Cryptopia’s ethereum wallets, and the breaches may continue in the future.