MetaMask, the world’s most popular crypto wallet, uses a single pixel iFrame to embed trackers into its browser extension.
A MetaMask scam is impersonating government sites of India, Brazil, Nigeria, and others to trick victims into handing over their crypto.
A sophisticated MetaMask hacker is targeting veteran crypto users, according to a developer known on Twitter as Tay.
Namecheap hackers sent out a flood of messages claiming to be from delivery service DHL or MetaMask and demanding users’ private information.
Crypto ad network Coinzilla was tricked into distributing a banner ad which contained a phishing scam disguised as a BAYC giveaway.
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