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Solana wallet hacked Magic Eden reminds users to revoke permissions for suspicious links

2022-08-03 11:43:04Sina Finance-Blockchain

Bochain Finance has learned that on August 3, according to CoinDesk, the Solana wallet was suspected of being hacked, and the exploit was aimed at unsuspecting Phantom users with loose wallet permissions.

So far, attackers have stolen at least $500,000 in SOL tokens, $1.5 million in SPL tokens, and $1 million in NXDF tokens from suspicious wallets.Other wallets also appear to be targeted.

Phantom Wallet told CoinDesk, "We are evaluating the incident affecting Solana Wallet and are working closely with other teams in the ecosystem to find out the truth."

Some users suspect that the hack may be related to transactions on Magic Eden's Solana-based NFT marketplace.

A Trust Wallet and Slope wallet user also reported being drained of USDC, including USDC on Solana and ETHereum.

Magic Eden, the Solana ecological NFT marketplace, issued a warning that there appears to be a widespread SOL vulnerability that could drain wallet assets across the entire ecosystem.

Magic Eden reminds users to make the following settings to protect personal assets: 1.Enter the Phantom wallet settings page; 2.Click on Trusted Apps; 3.Revoke permissions for any suspicious links.

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