back to article OpenSea phishing threat after rogue insider leaks customer email addresses

The choppy waters continue at OpenSea, whose security boss this week disclosed the NFT marketplace suffered an insider attack that could lead to hundreds of thousands of people fending off phishing attempts. An employee of OpenSea's email delivery vendor Customer.io "misused" their access to download and share OpenSea users' …

  1. TrevorH

    > To wit: opensae[.]io, opensea[.]org, and opensea[.]xyz would be bad domains.

    OpenSAE is what you do with a Stamped Addressed Envelope when it arrives?

  2. Ian Johnston Silver badge

    Charging somebody involved in the sale of NFTs with wire fraud and money laundering seems like charging a fish with being wet.

    1. Neil Barnes Silver badge
      Coat

      I suspect an electric eel might be a charged wet fish...

      1. McKrack

        My hovercraft is full of eels!

        1. Neil Barnes Silver badge

          An electric hovercraft! Just what I need.

  3. First Light Silver badge
    Coat

    Phishing the OpenSea

    The puns write themselves . . .

  4. Anonymous Coward
    Anonymous Coward

    There's plenty more Phish in the OpenSea

    There's One Born Every Minute.

  5. Potemkine! Silver badge

    No deception

    OpenSea stated since the beginning they were open

  6. Michael Wojcik Silver badge

    If only

    Skepticism is healthy, here.

    Yes, well, good luck with that. We're talking about a group of users self-selected for a lack of it.

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