Fei Labs, the development team of the decentralized stablecoin project Fei Protocol, tweeted that a vulnerability involving the ETH joint curve contract was discovered and disclosed on May 2 and the contract was immediately suspended. The vulnerability has not been exploited and will not affect any users. . This loophole will cause the flash loan market manipulation to exhaust Fei Protocol's Protocol Control Fund (PCV). In addition, Fei Protocol awarded the vulnerability discoverer Alexander Schlindwein a $800,000 TRIBE token reward. Currently, OpenZeppelin and Alexander Schlindwein have assisted in repair review and verification, sending ETH from the joint curve to the reserve stabilizer instead of the ETH-FEI Uniswap pool to eliminate the attack vector, and adding to the pool to prevent malicious arbitrage Other reviews.
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