$3M Worth ETH Stolen From SushiSwap’s MISO Token Platform By CoinQuora
- 864 ETH was stolen from SushiSwap’s MISO token platform.
- This is an attack on open source software libraries.
- SushiSwap developers believe the hack was created by Eratos.
SushiSwap‘s developer reported that 864 ETH worth about $3 million was stolen from the MISO token platform.
Joseph Delong from SushiSwap claims that an attacker used a vulnerability on the MISO platform to steal NFT tokens. Delong explained that AristoK3 was used by an anonymous contractor to inject malicious code into the MISO interface.
DeLonge even added a link that pointed to the ETH addresses. 864.8 ETH were moved from this address in the afternoon on September 16. In fact, Etherscan has specified the address as ‘linked to a hack’. The attackers also change Etherscan’s contract address to one that he controls.
This attack type, according to the US National Center of Counterintelligence and Security is linked to open source software libraries.
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