manipulate the exchange price of trading pairs
Developer and SushiSwap ‘chef’ who goes by the Twitter handle ‘0xMaki’ reported the findings after the exploiter contacted him revealing details of the smart contract bug. An apparent smart contract flaw allowed a user to start claiming liquidity pool tokens from the Sushibar. A number of spurious transactions were noticed though the amounts were relatively small. 0xMaki confirmed that the exploiter got around $10,000-$15,000 from the 0.05% fee cut of SushiSwap before the vulnerability was patched.
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