SpankChain Says Hacker Returned Stolen Crypto Funds

SpankChain Says Hacker Returned Stolen Crypto Funds

A hacker who stole 165.38 ETH from SpankChain platform has returned the money.

The payment platform focused on the adult industry announced on Thursday that Hacker, who stole money from the forum at the end of the weekend, after talking to Spankchain CEO Amin Solaimani on the phone call, the private key for the Wallet holding the ETH Shared The company has published an Ethereum transaction indicating a successful recovery of the stolen token.

Hacker also helped SpankChain to fix around 4,000 booty tokens that were frozen as a result of the attack, which the company had bought, another tweet said.

In return, SpankChain sent the hacker, whose identity was not disclosed, $ 5,000 in reward money, $ 4,000 for booty tokens and 5.5 ETH hackers were originally used to execute the attack against the platform. Since Hacker had originally supplied 5.5 ETH, SpankChain’s total monetary cost was $ 9,000.

SpankChain reported the news two days after the disclosure of the hack, informing its users that the attacker exploited a bug in its Payment Channel Smart Agreement.

While the hack has originally happened last Saturday, the team did not notice the missing money the next day due to the ongoing work on the other bug.

ETH was theft (in Tuesday’s prices) related to approximately $ 9,300 customers, although SpankChain promised to reimburse its users. In his original tweet, SpanChain did not want any ill desire towards the hacker.

 

 

 

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