Ankr Staking Assets Remain Safe, aBNBc Token 10 Trillion Attack Was Stopped In Time
After receiving a warning about the attack of about 10 trillion aBNBc tokens that have been minted, Ankr Staking announced that it is working with the trading platform to stop trading immediately. The hack was stopped in time and most of the assets are still safe.
In the most recent update on the hacking situation on Ankr Staking, the platform announced that it is currently working with the exchange to stop trading immediately. In addition, it is also announced that all the underlying assets are currently pledged on Ankr. All are safe and all infrastructure services are not affected.
As updated, this morning it was reported that 10 trillion aBNBc had been minted and it is suspected that the Ankr deployer key was stolen.
It is understood that aBNBc is packed BNB with limited liquidity and has no impact on BNB. Also, according to Paidun’s analysis, in the Ankr theft incident, there is an infinite minting vulnerability in the aBNBc token contract, hackers can use this vulnerability to bypass caller verification to get discretionary casting.
So far, the hackers have made about 5 million USDC. Currently, hackers have transferred some of the stolen funds to Tornado cash or bridged to Ethereum through Celer and deBridgeGate.
In addition, Ankr hacker also created Fuck BNB token and provided 15 ETH to build a liquidity pool for it on Uniswap V2. According to security agency Go+Labs, Fuck BNB is suspected of being a Pixiu scam and users should be aware of the risks involved.
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