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OpenSea phishing attack, here’s what happened OpenSea phishing attack, here’s what happened

OpenSea phishing attack, here’s what happened

The phishing attack against users of the popular OpenSea NFT marketplace, was planned well ahead of the actual theft of user’s NFT. The attacker utilized both phishing email tactics and exploited dated smart contracts.

OpenSea phishing attack, here’s what happened

Cover art/illustration via CryptoSlate

Another attack on users of the NFT marketplace OpenSea emerged yesterday February 20th.

As reported by CryptoSlate, the CEO of the NFT marketplace, Devin Finzer, tweeted that it’s likely a phishing attack and not connected to the platform directly.

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