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Exploring ‘Slope’ factor in Solana exploit with Nomad update

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Solana was the victim of a $6 million heist that cleared out over 8,000 wallets in the early hours of 3 August. The exploit happened the day after the cross-chain bridge, Nomad, was lost to another hack to the tune of $190 million.However, there has been an update to the Solana hack after some investigation.

According to Solana blockchain developers, the exploit resulted from the negligence of the web3 wallet provider, Slope wallet.<p lang=«en» dir=«ltr» xml:lang=«en»>After an investigation by developers, ecosystem teams, and security auditors, it appears affected addresses were at one point created, imported, or used in Slope mobile wallet applications.

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