OpenSea Phishing Attack Hackers Have Used Tornado.cash to Launder 1,100 $ETH

TokenInsight news, PeckShield tweeted that the OpenSea email phishing hackers sold some of the NFT from the attack and then used Tornado.cash, an Ethereum privacy trading platform, to launder 1,100 $ETH. Previously, about 32 users on OpenSea had their NFT stolen by clicking on external phishing emails, and some of the NFT were returned.
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