MISO, the token platform of the popular decentralized cryptocurrency exchange SushiSwap, has become the latest crypto project to be hacked. The platform in question is reported to be experiencing a $ 3 million ETH hit today.
$ 3 million stolen and returned
SushiSwap CTO Joseph delong According to information relayed by MISO, MISO was actually the victim of an attack that DeFi projects are very familiar with. According to the first estimates, there are more than 3 million damages and the investigation is ongoing.
Delong, who first emphasized that around 864 ETH was stolen and even shared the attacker’s address, then went on to share the incredible developments. According to the information provided by Delong, the attacker slowly began to return the funds and sped up the process with 100 ETH. The hacker, who returned the last funds an hour ago, curiously returned the entire $ 3 million fund.
An anonymous developer known by the name of GitHub Aristok3 added some very bad code to the platform, according to the information transmitted, and because of this code, the platform was actually attacked. Delong stated that all vulnerabilities in the token sales platform are currently hidden. SushiSwap, which entered the market last year, however, is definitely one of the largest in its field, with a 24-hour trade volume of more than $ 700 million.
100 ETH has been returned to the Sushi multisig. Waiting for the attacker to send the resthttps: //t.co/PpvYCaIUeq https://t.co/Xz7uQiHRW9
– Joseph 🤝 Delong 🔱 (@josephdelong) September 17, 2021
Although it is not known who the MISO attacker is, it is claimed that he contacted crypto money exchanges such as FTX and Binance to find out the identity of this person.