Unibot at Risk of Cyber Attack, User Caution Advised
Unibot is reportedly under cyber attack, as indicated by alerts from Snailnews and transaction monitoring by Scopescan.
Online news source Snailnews recently warned its followers on Twitter about a potential cyber attack on Unibot, urging users to exercise caution. The tweet by snailnews’ account, emphasizes user safety during the ongoing issue.
Over Half a Million Assets at Risk
According to Scopescan, a platform that monitors cryptocurrency transactions, attackers targeting Unibot appear to be transferring memecoins out of Unibot user accounts. Following this, they immediately convert these memecoins to Ethereum (ETH). As of now, the total value of exploited assets stands around $560,000. For a detailed examination of the exploiter’s address and transactions, see the report on Scopescan.
Connections to FixedFloat
Interesting data from Scopescan reveals that the supposed attacker of Uni bot received 1 ETH as a gas fee from FixedFloat, a currency mixer, just a week after Unibot’s official launch. The information was also shared via Scopescan’s Twitter account, providing a potential lead on the identity or activities of the attacker.
Following these revelations, we strongly advise Unibot users to remain vigilant with their account activities and take the necessary precautions. The situation is still developing, and we will provide further updates.
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