Bitcoin Ordinals Marketplace Ordswap Hit With Phishing Attack
Recently, a cryptocurrency ordinals marketplace known as Ordswap was hit with a phishing attack in which hackers were able to gain access to customer data and gain access to customer funds. The attack involved sending out phishing emails to users that contained disguised links designed to prompt unwitting users to enter their personal information and login credentials.
Ordswap is a decentralized app (dApp) that allows bitcoin users to “swap” their bitcoin order information with others on the network. The service is designed to make it easier for buyers and sellers to find each other and transact without having to go through a centralized exchange. While the service has many benefits, it also comes with certain risks that users should be aware of.
As a result of the attack, Ordswap has taken steps to re-secure the platform and to prevent similar attacks from happening in the future. They have also warned users against clicking on suspicious links sent via email and to never enter their private data or passwords into unrecognized websites. In addition, they have implemented additional security measures such as two-factor authentication. These measures should help to protect customers and their funds in the future.