Victim of 90 ETH exploit set to claw funds back after hacker was blacklisted By Cointelegraph

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With the help of police and cyber authorities, a victim of a hack worth 90 Ether (ETH) has gotten the attacker’s (USDT) address blacklisted. As a result, they may be able to get most of their funds back.

The victim, who goes by @l3yum on X (Twitter), was initially drained on March 16 after the hacker managed to get a hold of their hot wallet seed phrase. Several Yuga Labs-related NFTs were stolen, alongside some crypto and other NFTs from smaller projects, and then promptly swapped or sold off.