Silk Road, U.S Marshall Service - 23/06/2014
"U.S. Marshals Service accidentally CC’d 40 potential Silk Road Bitcoin bidders instead of BCC’ing them. Thanks to a phishing scheme that took advantage of this slipup, though, an Australian bidder lost 100 Bitcoin—worth an estimated $62,000—according to. A total of 40 individuals received a phishing email on June 21st from someone who claimed to be from "BitFirm Productions". The email asked they these individuals participate in a survey for a client of the fake media firm and to click on a link that was supposed to be a GoogleDoc, instead the link contained malware. Unfortunately one individual did click on the link that infected his computer and the hackers were able to transfer 100 Bitcoin out of his account.