A “high severity” vulnerability was discovered on the popular Ethereum mobile wallet Argent by researchers at OpenZeppelin, a crypto-focused cybersecurity firm. According to a blog post from OpenZeppelin, the issue could have allowed attackers to take over the wallets of Argent users, specifically those that have not activated “guardian” features. The post says that the […]
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The security vulnerability, which appeared in older versions of its application, could have allowed a bad actor to steal closed source code and possibly inject their own code into Blockfolio’s Github repository and, from there, into the app itself.
There is now a new twist to the bZx attacks saga. 1inch.exchange, a decentralized exchange (DEX) aggregator, has alleged that it found a $2.5 million worth of vulnerability in bZx’s Fulcrum lending protocol over a month ago, but bZx didn’t inform users.
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