Manipulation of LP price
OneRing Finance reported that the protocol was hacked and the exploiter was able to steal 1,454,672.244369 USDC ($1,454,672.24) via flashloan attack.
The hack was made possible due to a flashloan-assisted price manipulation of the LP tokens, this led to a larger number of OShare tokens being moved from the protocol.
It is a bit strange the contract is being audited by Certik when this flash loan attack took place and the attacker contract and their footprints are completely obfuscated.
The contract has been configured to self-destruct at a specific block, making it almost impossible to track what specific functions from our contracts were called in order to steal the funds. This only tells us that the hacker is a professional, and since we were the only protocol being exploited, this attack was planned.
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