A vulnerability has been discovered in the EOS network that allows scammers to access personal network resources of users without authorizing data.
The bug works like this: an attacker sets up a code on his/her account that allows you to insert rows into the name of another EOS account which the tokens are sent from.
Representatives of EOS Essentials said:
“A malicious user can install code on their account which will allow them to insert [table] rows in the name of another account sending them tokens. This lets them steal RAM by inserting large amounts of garbage into [table] rows when dApps/users send them tokens.”
At the moment, for security purposes, users edit the code with their own hands, until the EOS team officially corrects it. Developers are actively working to solve the problem.
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