Fortune has reported that hackers have apparently broken into MtGox's servers and allegedly found evidence that MtGox still has control of some or all of the 850,000 bitcoins they have said were stolen. The exchange's current balance is reportedly 951,116 bitcoins. The hackers also took over the personal blog and Reddit account of MtGox's CEO and posted messages and a file they claim is evidence that MtGox and Mark Karpeles have committed fraud.
On Sunday, hackers took over the Reddit account and personal blog of Mark Karpeles, Mt. Gox’s CEO, to post an angry screed alleging that the exchange he ran had actually kept at least some of the bitcoins that the company had said were stolen from users. “It’s time that MTGOX got the bitcoin communities wrath instead of [the] Bitcoin Community getting Goxed,” wrote the unidentified hackers, referring to the multiple occasions over its three year history when Mt. Gox has gone offline, delayed trades or suspended withdrawals, events so common that Bitcoin users coined the phrase to be “goxed”–to suffer from Mt. Gox’s technical glitches.