Days in Operation:
Premint, a NFT registration platform, was hacked allowing the hackers to make away with more than 320 stolen NFTs and more than $400,000 in profit.
According to Premint, the hackers compromised the website with malicious JS code to popup a message asking users to verify their wallet ownership. A limited of number of users were impacted. This campaign was the result of the company's new security feature: the ability to log in to Premint via Twitter or Discord, a method that would allow users to access the site without entering wallet details directly.
The NFTs were sold and funds were sent to Tornado.Cash.
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