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According to Onchain, a wallet connected to the Ronin Bridge abuser sent 2 Ethereum (ETH) — worth $3,586 — to Euler Finance (EUL) hackers on March 17. data.

Attached to the transaction was a message urging Euler Finance hackers to decrypt the encrypted message.

Mudit Gupta, chief information security officer at Polygon, said the attached message was a phishing attempt.Gupta Added:

“north korea [Ronin Bridge exploiter] I sent an on-chain message to Euler’s abuser, trying to phish him or anyone stupid enough to enter their private key into the tool they shared. ”

Gupta also warned the community not to enter “private keys on any website or tool.”

Blockchain security firm Hexagate confirmed Gupta’s view. The company added:of Ronin bridge Attackers sought to exploit the Euler attacker by luring them into running vulnerable programs. ”

On the other hand, this isn’t the first time both abusers have interacted with themselves. Euler’s attacker sent 100 ETH to his Ronin Bridge hacker on March 17th.

The Ronin Bridge exploit was associated with the notorious North Korean hacker group Lazarus.

Euler Labs urges attackers not to open messages

Meanwhile, decentralized finance (DeFi) protocol developer Euler Labs Said The abuser should not open the encrypted message under any circumstances.The protocol further urged “The easiest way to get out of here is to return the funds,” the exploiter said.

project Elaborate The suggested decryption tool was an older version of Elliptic which is vulnerable. According to the developer, the private key involved in decryption is revealed after some ECDH operations.

The Euler abusers have returned 3000 ETH to the DeFi project and have expressed their intention to return the stolen funds.

By Jules

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