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Blockchain security company Slowmist has warned users about phishing attacks on the Solana network. It is reported that such thefts were very frequent. Solana recently lost $320 million worth of Ethereum (ETH) due to its DeFi bridge Wormhole.
In total, The Slowmist specialists tracked more than 650 hacker attacks, as a result of which users around the world lost more than $ 25 billion.
In another post, the blockchain security company raised the alarm about the next possible NFT theft. Slowmist has described how this is done.
- The attacker sends NFTs in batches to users.
- The user then enters the specified site using the link received in the airdrop description (www_officialsolanarares_net).
- Connects to the wallet and clicks on the “Mint” page.
- Once approved, all SOLs in the wallet will be moved.
By simply clicking “Confirm”, the user falls into a trap created by an attacker. The threat is a malicious contract that initiates a Solana transfer. The Slowmist warns that such phishing attacks are on the rise.
In addition, the company has raised concerns about Solana Wallet Phantom’s security mechanism.
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