SushiSwap’s MISO platform suffers $3M exploit, CTO threatens to involve FBI By BTC Peers
Decentralized finance protocol SushiSwap has suffered an exploit on its token platform (MISO). The attacker took 864.8 ETH and $3 million in cash.
The incident was first revealed to the public by the Chief Technology Officer of SushiSwap Joseph Delong, who tweeted:
The Miso front end has become the victim of a supply chain attack. AristoK3 is an anonymous contractor that injected malicious codes into the Miso frontend. We have reason to believe this is @eratos1122.864.8 ETH was stolen, address belowhttps://t.co/cDZeBqFV4P
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