no access control to minting function
Avalanche ecological stability income aggregation agreement Avaterra Finance was attacked by hackers. The security company Rugdoc analyzed that the contract of the agreement is a fork of Goose, but their token contains custom elements, and anyone can call its minting function. In the end, the hacker called the contract and minted and dumped thousands of tokens.
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