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Researchers at CheckPoint discovered that an attacker could leave NFT marketplace OpenSea account owners with an empty cryptocurrency balance by luring them to click on malicious NFT art.
The simple attack method involved creating an NFT with a malicious payload and waiting for a victim to take the bait and view it. Check Point researchers informed OpenSea of their findings on September 26. After collaborating with CheckPoint, OpenSea came up with a solution in less than an hour from the responsible disclosure. (Ionut Ilascu / Bleeping Computer)
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