Crypto Exploiter Steals $68M Worth of Wrapped Bitcoin (WBTC) Through Wallet-Address Poisoning

Address poisoning is a technique that involves tricking the victim into sending a legitimate transaction to the wrong wallet address by mimicking the first and last six characters of the true wallet address and depending on the sender to miss the discrepancy in the intervening characters. Wallet addresses can be as long as 42 characters.

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