Cream Finance was hacked again, this time for $130 million. In August, we talked about how Cream was hacked after adding AMP token to their platform.
Today, we have Mudit Gupta of SushiSwap to help us break down the latest Cream hack.
NFT projects have been the target of many scammers recently. Specifically, a popular attack has been to hack the Discord server associated with the project.
Hackers managed to post a fake messages as the administrative accounts within these Discords leading to a fake minting page.
A similar attack happened to Jungle Freaks Discord 10/28 as well.
Police have seized $2.75m from a 16-year-old boy who scammed dozens of people out of their personal details by setting up a copycat website.
The teenager launched a fraudulent copy of Love2Shop, a gift voucher platform.
Used Google Advertising to increase the website’s visibility, prompting unsuspecting consumers to visit his page instead.
From here, many victims entered their email addresses and passwords — enabling thefts to take place.
A police investigation uncovered more than 12,000 ****credit card numbers on his computer, as well as 197 PayPal accounts.
He has avoided jail time, and instead will be ordered to complete 150 hours of unpaid work. A confiscation order was also imposed to retrieve his crypto.
3.1 million (3,117,548) user email addresses
“We have not found any evidence of a data leak from our own servers — we are actively investigating this issue and will update our subscribers as soon as we have any new information,”