Phishing, Google ads
Anchor is a decentralized finance protocol for trading and borrowing, while Astroport is an automated decentralized exchange.
When searching for “Anchor protocol” or “Astroport”, Google’s first result presented realistic-looking ads that were actually scams. The domain names of each related site changed once users actually accessed their links.
These may look like normal ads and some even show the same domain names, but once you click on the link, the domain name actually changes. When clicked, it'll prompt you to connect your wallet, however instead of connecting, users are asked to input their seed phrase.
According to SlowMist, from 4/12 to 4/21, close to $4.31 million in assets were maliciously transferred to terra1fz57nt6t3nnxel6q77wsmxxdesn7rgy0h27x3 from about 52 different addresses.
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