Rewards - Bug Bounties
Griefing/Denial of service
Days in Operation:
Charged Particles is a decentralized NFT marketplace where users can deposit ERC-20 tokens into any NFT.
Whitehat Alejandro Muñoz-McDonald submitted a vulnerability classified as “High” in Charged Particles. The vulnerability was a griefing/denial of service attack against the protocol that would have allowed a malicious user to create a system where bribes had to be paid for a user to buy or sell an NFT. Charged Particles paid Alejandro Muñoz-McDonald a $5,000 USDC bounty.
Under the Charged Particles protocol, a “Proton” refers to the ERC721 contract for a particle, which is an NFT ready to be energized by adding interest-bearing assets to it. Prior to the fix of this vulnerability, a malicious proton creator could have held Protons hostage after selling them by creating a malicious ransom contract and setting it to be the royalties receiver. The bug was found in Proton.sol.
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