Cointelegraph reports that blockchain security firm CertiK claims to have discovered the identity of at least one scammer associated with the “Monkey Drainer” phishing scam.
According to Cointelegraph, Monkey Drainer is a pseudonym for a phisher who employs “ice phishing,” which utilizes smart contracts for non-fungible token (NFT)-based theft. The person responsible for the phishing scam is believed to have embezzled millions of dollars worth of his Ether (ETH) using a copycat NFT minting website. CertiK reportedly noted the existence of his messages exchanged on-chain between two of his scammers in connection with his recent $4.3 million Porsche NFT phishing scam, claiming that they A monkey drainer style fishing kit for him.
Based on Cointelegraph information, CertiK discovered that the joint wallet was the destination address for $4.3 million worth of cryptocurrency. The company proposed establishing a “direct link” between the joint wallet and “the wallet of the most famous Monkey Drainer scammer.” According to sources, the company has identified other online accounts that may be related to one of her scammers, called “Zentoh,” including his GitHub account, which uploaded the cryptocurrency exfiltration tool’s repository. suggests that you have found a link between accounts of
Additionally, Cointelegraph noted that Kevin Rose, co-founder of the Moonbirds NFT Collection, was the victim of a scam that resulted in the theft of over $1.1 million in his personal NFTs.
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