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2단계 보안인증 안한 니프티게이트웨이 이용자 계정해킹 당해

Nifty Gateway, a non-replaceable token (NFT) trading platform, announced on the 15th that some users were’account hacked’. The victims appear to have been stolen from their own NFTs or newly purchased NFTs through stored credit card payment information.

One user reported on his Twitter account that the $150,000 worth of NFTs had been stolen from the Nifty Gateway. Another user also claimed on Twitter that his credit card information had been stolen to purchase NFTs of over $10,000, and that the NFT he had previously purchased was also stolen.

Regarding this, Nifty Gateway diagnosed, “It is in the process of self-investigation, but according to initial analysis, the impact of this account hacking seems to be limited.” Next, Nifty Gateway said, “Accounts that enabled two-factor authentication (2FA) were not harmed,” and analyzed that hackers appear to have gained access through valid credential accounts.

Currently, two-step security authentication (2FA) is not mandatory at the Nifty Gateway Exchange. Nifty Gateway recommended that all users must enable 2FA and follow thorough security precautions, such as not reusing passwords.

Nifty Gateway co-founder Griffin Coke Foster posted on Twitter that “only a handful of users were targeted, and their passwords were breached.” “In order to prevent recurrence in the future, we recommend that you activate the two-step security authentication process. We are strongly considering a way to make it mandatory for all who wish to make purchase transactions in the future to go through the two-step security authentication, “No.”

NFT has been sensational in recent months and has been receiving great attention. On the 12th, digital artist Biffle’s artwork (Everydays: The First 5000 Days) sold for $69.3 million.

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