Hey there, fellow crypto enthusiasts! Buckle up because we’ve got some wild 24-hour hacking news to share with you. Grab your popcorn and let’s dive into the world of crypto shenanigans!

First up, we have the tale of the notorious phishing link that made its way into the GrizzlyFi Discord server. Now, I’m no expert, but clicking on a phishing link sounds about as pleasant as trying to wrestle a bear for its honey. So, unless you have a secret hankering for danger, let’s follow the wise advice of the CertiK team and wait until they’ve regained control. No link-clicking spree for us, my friends!

But wait, there’s more! A flashloan exploit on Conic Finance has left them a little lighter in the wallet. To the tune of 1724 ETH, equivalent to a jaw-dropping $3.2 million! Now, we don’t condone hacking, but you have to admit, that hacker sure had some serious skills. They pulled off a maneuver involving rETH, CbETH, WETH, and a contract called ‘vyper_contract.’ It’s like watching a magician perform a mind-boggling trick, but instead of pulling rabbits out of hats, they pull out cold, hard cash. Impressive, albeit a bit naughty!

The hack involved manipulating the remove_liquidity function while calling the fallback function and withdrew ETH from ConicEthPool. They say timing is everything, right? And this attacker must have had a perfect sense of timing! The sneaky reentry trick allowed them to manipulate the rETH-f.totalsupply() and walk away with a cool 1724 ETH. That’s enough to make anyone green with envy, or in this case, green with ETH!

Now, we can’t forget the strange case of hxxps://sangria.global/mint/. Stumbling upon a website called “Sangria Global” might have you picturing a sunny beach, sipping on a fruity beverage, right? Well, hold that thought because this particular site is no tropical paradise. It connects to a known wallet drainer. I know, I know, it’s a bit disappointing. We’d all love a good glass of sangria, but sometimes it’s better to sip a refreshing drink in real life rather than falling prey to cyber tricksters.

So, folks, keep your wits about you in the world of crypto! Don’t click on suspicious links, keep an eye on those flashloaners, and beware of sites that ruin your sangria dreams. Stay safe out there, and remember, laughter is the best medicine. Even in the realm of crypto hacking news!

That’s all for now, my crypto compadres. Until next time, keep calm, HODL on, and never stop sprinkling humor into even the most serious of subjects! Cheers! 🥂