Smart contract development firm Thirdweb reported a security vulnerability that potentially “impacts a variety of smart contracts across the Web3 ecosystem.”
On Dec. 4, Thirdweb reported a vulnerability in a commonly used open-source library that could impact certain pre-built smart contracts, including some of its own. However, Thirdweb’s investigations concluded that the smart contract vulnerability has not yet been exploited, allowing a small window of opportunity for Web3 firms to avoid a possible hack.
Highlighting the vulnerability’s potential to cause massive damage if not rectified immediately, Thirdweb stated:
“The impacted pre-built contracts include but are not limited… Read more on Cointelegraph