OpenSea Discord server hacked, users warned to be vigilant of phishing scams

OpenSea Discord server hacked, users warned to be vigilant of phishing scams


Nonfungible token (NFT) marketplace OpenSea suffered a server breach on its main Discord channel, with hackers posting fake “Youtube partnership” announcements.

A screenshot shared Friday shows fake collaboration news, accompanied by a link to a phishing site. OpenSea Support’s official Twitter account tweeted that the marketplace’s Discord server was breached Friday morning and warned users not to click the channel.

Do not click links in our Discord.

We are continuing to investigate this situation and will share information as we have it. https://t.co/jgtHcXifer

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— OpenSea Support (@opensea_support) May 6, 2022

The hacker’s initial post, published in the announcements channel, claimed that OpenSea had “partnered with YouTube to bring their community into the NFT Space.” It also said that OpenSea is releasing a mint pass with them that will allow

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