Hackers continue to target cryptocurrency projects as we recently heard Etherparty has announced that its ICO website was hacked. Hackers allegedly took over the site changing the address for sending funds from official address to their own. Isn\u2019t that sounds familiar? That is because it happened to another ICO a few months ago.\r\nICOs on the hit list?\r\nEtherparty is another user-friendly smart cryptocurrency contract creation tool that was raising Ehtereum to fund its development. The Contributors receive tokens, similar to real-world company shares when the participate in Initial Coin Openings\r\nThis token sale launched on Sunday at 9 am PDT, and the hack is reportedly occurred\u00a0just 45mins later \u2013 not like previous attacks. Eherparty detected that the attack within 15min and took down its website to prevent users from sending funds to Ethereum address of hackers. However, in the world of cryptocurrency, 15 mins have been enough for hackers to make millions. The services were restored after\u00a095mins of interception.\r\nAnother Ethereum hack: number of victims remains unknown\r\nWhile the company was quick to announce the hacking attempt, it hasn\u2019t added how many people may have been impacted. \u201cEtherparty is the culmination of all our hard work and passion, which is why we will continue to listen to community feedback while we safeguard the security and experience on our platform,\u201d the company wrote in a statement.\r\nIt did add, however, that the company will be compensating all the affected contributors. \u201cto protect the interests of the community, we will be making it right with those that sent ETH to the hacked address by reviewing transactions sent before 10 A.M. and sending them corresponding FUEL after Oct. 29, 2017.\u201d\r\nThis is only one of the latest reports of hacking attempts targeting ICOs, creating concerns among the community over the legitimacy of these efforts.