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Nearly 35 million pesos in NFT was stolen from OpenSea users in a phishing attack they thought was an account verification.

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Saturday afternoon stealing hundreds of NFTs various users of the platform Open sea. According to the blockchain security service PackshieldThey were 254 tokens obtained during the attack up to 32 users in total.

Some of the collections were symbols Decentraland as well as Bored Ape Yacht Clubwhat the blog estimates Web3 is going greatrise to the point over $1.7 millionequivalent to about 34.5 million pesos at the current exchange rate.

According to the CEO Devin Finzer on his Twitter account, the attack appears to have taken advantage of the flexibility wyvern protocolopen source standard in most NFT smart contractswhich is also used by OpenSea.

That’s how they took advantage of the owners

User @tucanalcrypto devoted himself to analyzing the theft when an attacker sent an email to thousands of platform users using the team@opensea.io domain, very similar to the one officially used by the service, trick them into signing a contract in order to prevent their “unverified” accounts from being blocked.

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