THORChain, a decentralized cross-chain transaction protocol, tweeted that a malicious attack against THORChain was discovered. THORChain nodes have responded and isolated defenses. The capital loss caused by this attack was US$140,000, but THORChain stated that user funds will not be affected. The fund pool will be used to make up for the leaked funds. The team stated that the path of the attack was that EthBifrost had a logical error in processing the same symbol as ETH. THORChain claimed that it repaired Bifrost within 30 minutes and adopted node defense to stop Bifrost and THORNode. The team said it will also invest funds for ongoing code reviews and monitoring.
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