- OKX has promised to compensate the impacted consumers, who lost their funds.
- To guarantee the security of all user assets, OKX has canceled the impacted contracts.
Hackers stole over $424,000 from user accounts at the prominent OKX DEX earlier today in a big catastrophe. Wallets linked to the OKX decentralized exchange (DEX) were recently the targets of theft due to an exploit.
A loss of more than $424,000 was caused by a suspected assault that included the OKX DEX’s Aggregation Router deployer. OKX has taken down the attack-related proxy, however the private key for the 0xFacf3 authorization account may have leaked.
A user discovered the loss of funds from their wallet and requested help, which led to the discovery of the exploitation. The hacker’s address presumably received substantial funds.
Necessary Actions Initiated
A security issue on the OKX DEX was indicated by the fact that all of the affected wallets were granted permission to use the platform. The hacked proxy address was immediately removed by OKX.
Hacking into the management powers of an inactive OKX DEX market maker contract was the root cause of the security breach, according to OKX’s statement. There was a compromise of assets linked to 18 of the approved addresses for this contract. To guarantee the security of all user assets, OKX has canceled the impacted contracts.
Plus, OKX has promised to compensate the impacted consumers, who lost their funds. In addition, the exchange promised to restructure all relevant aborted contracts and do a comprehensive security self-examination.
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