Trader Joe Deactivates Frontend Following Potential Exploit

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Coin Edition

18 Nov 2023 8:48 AM

Trader Joe, a leading decentralized exchange (DEX), has been reportedly hacked following frontend vulnerability. Read more on CE....

  • Trader Joe, a leading decentralized exchange (DEX), has been hacked.
  • The DEX's team took down the front end to resolve and secure the platform.
  • The vulnerability on the frontend interface caused tokens to route to an unknown contract.
  • The exploit impacted about 100 users on four chains: Avalanche, Arbitrum, BNB, and Ethereum.
  • The attack did not directly impact liquidity transactions, lending, or staking.
  • The exploit was identified in a third-party analytics plugin.
  • Users who performed transactions after 18:34 GMT were advised to revoke access to the contract address.
  • Users were provided with steps to resolve their issues based on the chain they used.

The sentiment of the article is negative due to the hack and vulnerability.

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