Tornado Cash becomes preferred option for Wallet fund transfers

Cryptosecurity firm CertiK has warned that a well-known wallet drainer has moved funds to sanctioned crypto tumbler Tornado Cash.

In a May 27 alert, CertiK reported that two externally owned addresses (EOAs), 0x546 and 0x108, had deposited 20 ether (ETH) with a market value of $36,473 in Tornado Cash.

According to the alert, the funds came from a wallet drainer, which is an automatically launched malicious file moves Cryptography from wallets of Unsuspecting visitors to phishing sites.

While CertiK claimed that the address the funds originated from was known to drain the wallet, it did not disclose anything. past Associated exploits with He. She.

scammers post Phishing link nahmi discord channel

It wasn’t the only alert issued by CertiK over Weekend, hackers and exploiters also remained up their attacks on encryption platforms.

the onChain and security company also Alert users to a fake token Airdrop link posted on Layer-2 (L2) protocol The insatiable discord channel. CertiK warned Nahmii users not to click on The link, which he claimed led to another well-known wallet bank.

Nahmii is L2 protocol on Ethereum that provides transactions for Decentralized applications (dApps). Uses a hybrid consensus mechanism that combines proof-of-stake (PoS) and proof-of-stakeof-Transportation (PoT) to achieve ultimate and security.

that it native NII token Uses for Mortgage, governance and settlement fees on the network. CertiK advised Nahmii users to refrain from clicking on No links until we protect team Confirm that server control is restored.

certificate also attracted The interest of cryptocurrency users in the allegedly promoted fake airdrop (RFD). on Twitter by @Arnoldty_eth, account with over 8000 followers.

The account promoting the alleged scam posted directions on how To claim the RFD airdrops, which included the entry of a website which CertiK claimed was associated with a phishing node, 0x146.

Recently, scammers have been using encryption active Encrypted Twitter accounts intentionally or unintentionally promoting phishing scams.

On May 26, Pirates took over A popular Twitter account, @steveaoki, used it to push a fake airdrop caused Unsuspecting users to lose over $170,000. Other accounts, like @eth_ben, exacerbated the scam, inadvertently pushing the fake promo And even see it more people.

Kayne Davenport
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