OpenSea, the largest NFT marketplace, revealed today that it is looking into a potential vulnerability in its Discord server.
The prominent marketplace for non-fungible token (NFT) projects, OpenSea, has been hacked, with attackers propagating a hoax on the platform’s Discord server.
Inside OpenSea’s Discord server, the help group has given comparative proclamations. Individuals inside the particular channel for detailing tricks happening inside the server likewise shared screen captures of this particular trick. The screen capture shows an OpenSea bot reporting that “YouTube is officially partnering with [OpenSea] to bring their community into the NFT space.”
Security firm PeckShield likewise provided details regarding the issue, saying that OpenSea’s Discord server has been taken advantage of to advance a trick NFT mint.
As indicated by screen captures shared by one more Twitter client, programmers posted a declaration about an NFT mint pass presented in association with YouTube.
The URL in the announcements channel has been detected as a phishing site by PeckShield. It’s unclear whether any users were harmed due to the assault.
Decrypt has contracted OpenSea and PeckShield for further information on the situation and will update this story if we receive a response.
Hackers have already attacked Discord servers associated with NFT.