Scam selling NFT through Ferrari website

 The scammer took over a Ferrari subdomain to sell an impersonated NFT collection, earning more

 being discovered and removed from the website, the wallet of the scam project had collected about 8

00 USD worth of cryptocurrency and most of it was moved. This wallet address has been flagged by Etherscan.

Security expert Sam Curry, who first discovered the problem, said the scammer exploited a vulnerability in Adobe Experience Manager, which is used in Ferrari's system. From there, they take over the subdomain and carry out the scam.

Currently, the above subdomain is in a decommissioned state. Ferrari has not yet commented on this.

According to expert Curry, the recent multi-million dollar NFT deals have made this a favorite target for hackers and fraudsters, especially when many users are new to the market and inexperienced with keeping it safe. safe.

Before the Ferrari impersonation, many similar cases were also recorded. Since 2018, crooks have taken over Elon Musk's Twitter account and made $180,000 in cryptocurrency. In 2021, a site impersonating the organization lured users to deposit money to double their accounts, costing victims around $17,000.
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