The attackers sent fake tokens to the wallet addresses of more than 74,000 users and gained access to some of them.
The phishing attack on the Uniswap V3 protocol resulted in the theft of more than 4,200 ETH, according to Binance CEO Changpeng Zhao. Initially, the attack was seen as a network hack, but later it turned out that phishing links were used to loot assets from users’ wallets.
The scammers sent a fake UNI token to 7,400 addresses to hack the accounts and haven’t stopped there yet. This is an article from community cryptodefix. This was reported by Metamask security officer Harry Denly. He says the malware code could also be dangerous for the Solana blockchain.
So far, they have spent 8.5ETH in tx fees to reach 74,800 addresses, they have 90.86ETH more to spend
endpoint for solana: /www.66312712367123.com/mint.php?txn= pic.twitter.com/NkjLZsjsQR
— harry.eth (whg.eth) (@sniko_) July 11, 2022
The phishing attack began by sending users a fake UniswapLP token. To exchange these coins, users were prompted to click a link that stole their data and personal information.