More decentralized applications (dApps) have temporarily disabled their front-end user interface for Ledger Connect amid today’s exploit.
Developers of nonfungible tokens (NFT) platform OpenSea said on December 14 that users should “not connect to any dApps using Ledger Connect until further notice.”
Meanwhile, decentralized finance (DeFi) protocol Lido Finance stated its “front-ends have been switched off as a precautionary measure whilst the Ledger connect issue is being investigated.”
Earlier in the day, the front ends of Zapper, SushiSwap, Phantom, Balancer and Revoke.cash were compromised as part of the Ledger Connect exploit. Ledger has since stated that the exploit had been…
Read more on Cointelegraph