- Seth Green is the most recent victim of a phishing attack that targeted his NFT collection.
- According to the group at SlowMist, he lost 4 NFTs: 1 Bored Ape Yacht Club NFT, 2 Mutant Ape Yacht Club NFTs, and 1 Doodle NFT.
- The exploiter offered all 4 NFTs for an overall of 160 Ethereum worth approximately $330 k.
Seth Green, the American star, manufacturer, author, and director commonly understood for the adult animation series referred to as Robot Chicken, is the current victim of a phishing attack targeting important NFTs.
Mr. Green made the statement of his NFT losses by means of Twitter and went on to hint that a person of the NFTs had actually currently been offered to an unwary collector. Mr. Green’s Tweet letting his fans understand of the NFT losses he sustained through a phishing attack can be discovered listed below.
Well frens it took place to me. Got phished and had actually 4NFT taken. @BoredApeYC @opensea @doodles @yugalabs please do not purchase or trade these while I work to fix: @DarkWing84 appears like you purchased my taken ape- strike me up so we can repair it pic.twitter.com/VL1OVnd44 m
— Seth Green (@SethGreen) May 17, 2022
Seth Green Lost 1 Bored Ape Yacht Club NFT, 2 Mutant Ape Yacht Club NFTs, and 1 Doodle NFT
According to the group at SlowMist, Seth Green lost one Bored Ape Yacht Club NFT, 2 Mutant Ape Yacht Club NFTs, and 1 Doodle NFT. The SlowMist group went on to conclude that the criminal of the phishing attack went on to offer all 4 NFTs practically instantly, making an overall of 160 Ethereum worth approximately $330,000
1/ @sethgreen struggled with a phishing attack leading to the loss of 4 NFTs. This consists of 1 #BAYC, 2 #MAYC and 1 #Doodle The fraudster offered all 4 NFTs for almost 160 ETH (about $330,000).
— SlowMist (@SlowMist_Team) May 18, 2022
8 Other Victims Also Lost Valuable NFTs
The analysis by the group at SlowMist broke down the series of occasions that caused the attack. To start with, the preliminary 0.188 ETH financing for the attack originated from the crypto exchange called Change Now. The opponent effectively targeted 8 other Ethereum wallets holding important NFTs.
The SlowMist group elaborated on the overall NFTs taken as follows:
These consisted of MAYC, Doodle, BAYC, VOX and the other 12 NFTs tasks. They were cost an overall of 194 ETH. The majority of the ETH was transformed into renBTC and crossed over to several wallets on the Bitcoin blockchain. It was then sent out to blending platforms to prevent tracking.
In the concluding remarks of their analysis of Seth Green’s phishing attack, the SlowMist Team advised that the very best method to prevent being the victim of a comparable attack is ‘to approach whatever with hesitation.’