The Curve.Finance team clarified that the hackers redirected users to a cloned website, where they approved a malicious contract in traditional finance, a contract is a binding agreement between two parties. In cryptocurrencies, smart contracts execute functions on the blockchain. that stole the capital. They said that the original contract is safe and the funds are safe.
- Curve.Finance was the victim of a hack
- Users were taken to a clone site and approved a malicious contract.
- Curve.Finance recommended not to access their platforms during the attack
- Hackers estimated to have stolen at least $570,000 from victims
Recently published reports indicate that the protocol the set of rules that define interactions on a network, usually involving consensus, transaction validation, and network participation on a blockchain. DeFi a movement encouraging alternatives to traditional, centralized forms of financial services. which operates on the network a network refers to all nodes in the operation of a blockchain at any given moment in time. ofEthereum, Curve.Finance, was the victim of an attack that resulted in the theft of some USD $570,000.
According to a report published by the news outlet CoinDesk, the team of Curve.Finance was able to detect the vulnerability exploited by the hackers in time, and they proceeded to fix it immediately to prevent future thefts.
Curve.Finance fue víctima de un ataque
According to the platform’s team, for the attack in question, the hackers used mechanisms to exchange businesses that allow customers to trade cryptocurrencies for fiat money or other cryptocurrencies. the domain name system (DNS) of Curve.Finance, The developers indicated that the original contract remains intact, so there were no security the term securities refers to a fungible and tradable financial instrument that carries a type of monetary value. breaches to the original contract. The developers stated that the original contract remains intact, so there were no security breaches to the original contract.
Although the problem has already been solved, the team of Curve.Finance recommends users to revoke any type of contract accepted in the last few hours, precisely to prevent users from having loopholes through which their funds can be stolen.
“We are becoming aware of a possible initial problem which is approving a bad contract. For now, do not perform any approvals or exchanges. We are trying to track down the problem, but for now, for your safety, do not use curve.fi or curve.exchange.”
Los DeFi are targets for hackers
From exploited security breaches, code the action of coding is to write programming statements for a program. flaws, to phishing when a scammer pretends to be a trusted institution or person to trick people into revealing sensitive information such as Social Security numbers, passwords, banking details, etc., often through a malware link disguised as legitimate. attacks, hackers are increasingly devising more elaborate measures to manage to steal funds from crypto platforms and services. In recent times, cases such as the one that happened to the network Ronin on one of its bridges, where it lost more than USD $600 million; as well as that of the 8,000 wallets of Solana that were affected in a large-scale hack.
- Some 8,000 Solana hot wallets affected in millionaire hacking hacking is the process of using a computer to manipulate another computer or computer system in an unauthorized fashion.
- Sky Mavis CEO moved USD $3 million in cryptocurrencies before reporting Ronin network hack, Bloomberg reveals
- Solana stablecoin a cryptocurrency with extremely low volatility, sometimes used as a means of portfolio diversification. Examples include gold-backed cryptocurrency or fiat-pegged cryptocurrency. disassociated after $3.5 million hack of Nirvana protocol
Reporte de Angel Di Matteo / DiarioBitcoin
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