Seth Green, American actress and comedian Known for his acting roles in films such as Austin Powers (1997) and Scooby-Doo 2 (2004), shared a sad story on Twitter yesterday: Yes, he lost 4 Bored Apes NFTs to phishing attacks.
The stolen NFT collection included Bored Ape Yacht Club, Mutant Ape Yacht Club, and Doodles, with the hackers making around 145 Ethereum in total, worth over $300,000.
“It has already happened to me. I was under phishing attacks and 4 NFTs were stolen.”
Green said in a tweet, urging the crypto community not to buy or trade these four NFTs as he tries to resolve the issue.
However, even if he came out and said that But the hackers immediately sold Green’s The Bored Ape NFT, selling it for over $200,000 and the Mutant Ape for $42,000, along with two other NFTs at a floor price of around $26,000 each.
Phishing attacks are becoming more and more common.
Phishing attacks come in many forms. But it typically involves attackers who trick their victims into revealing sensitive information or soliciting victims to click on trap website links.
Users often receive spurious emails or messages sent from trusted wallet providers asking them to: They perform a password or seed phase.
When this information is in the hands of hackers. They will use that information to create new login credentials and steal the victim’s money.
Here’s what happened to Seth Green, the comedian revealed. He’s trying to buy Gutter Clone NFT, an imitation of the popular Gutter Cats collection. Green has linked his wallet to a website. which later came to be known as a fake website.
“The phishing link looks credible. and clean,” he confessed.
Green’s NFT was stolen last week. Refer to the transaction log on his wallet address.