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On Jan-03-2024 UTC+8:00, the Radiant protocol on Arbitrum was under the flashloan attack. The hacker attacked the #Radiant protocol 3 times, resulting in a total loss of 1.9K $ETH(worth $4.5m).
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On 2023–11–21, the highly Atomicals Market trading platform experienced users’ asset loss incident that has thrown Atomicals Protocol and Atomicals Market, into a storm recently. A series of questions about the ARC-20 token have sparked widespread discussion and skepticism.
2023-11-11 02:59:23 a.m., our MetaScout detected that the stablecoin protocol on #Ethereum, Raft, was under a flash loan attack. It resulted in ~6.7m stablecoin $R being minted and the protocol lost $3.6M. The root cause is the precision calculation issue when minting share tokens, which is used by the hacker to get extra share tokens. MetaTrust Labs conducted in-depth research and analysis on the exploit, revealing how the hacker exploits vulnerability.
On Nov 1, 2023, our MetaScout [detected](https://x.com/MetaTrustAlert/status/1719660132240691257?s=20) that the lending protocol, @OnyxProtocol on Ethereum, was under a flash loan attack with a loss of $2.1M. The root causes are the proposal of adding a new market that was first executed by the hacker, and the precision loss issue of the compound-fork protocol. Here is a detailed exploit analysis by MetaTrust Labs to uncover how this all happened.
The owner of $TIP is an EOA address holding 65% of tokens, here are some centralization risks you should care.
Earning.Farm fell victim to smart contract logic vulnerability, suffering loss of approximately 288 ETH.
The reentrancy attack on Curve Finance serves as a regrettable security incident and a thought-provoking lesson.
The current owner of $WLD is a 1/1 multisig contract with only one owner