• Following the record-breaking Ronin hack, the Axie Infinity team has launched a $1 million bug bounty

  • Sky Mavis software development company co-founder and COO Aleksander Leonard Larsen discusses a multi-directional bug bounty campaign meant to increase the security of its products, Axie Infinity and Ronin Network.

    The Axie Infinity team has launched a seven-figure bounty to stress test the game, wallet, extensions, and other features.

    Mr. Larsen has resorted to Twitter to ask all white-hat blockchain hackers to participate in a bug disclosure effort spearheaded by Sky Mavis.

    Calling all whitehats in the blockchain space.

    The Sky Mavis Bug Bounty program is here.

    Help us keep @Ronin_Network secure while earning a bountyhttps://t.co/vHqUJkE1OX#bugbounty #bounty— Psycheout – Aleksander | Axie Infinity (@Psycheout86) April 12, 2022

    Mr. Larsen has included a list of the products that will be stress tested. Sky Mavis’ primary product and marketplace, browser extensions, PC and mobile applications, and native wallet are all included.

    Technical weaknesses, EVM faults, economic attacks, scalability flaws, and different hostile intervention designs are among the prioritized vulnerabilities.

    Web and app faults are rewarded between $50 and $15,000, while on-chain vulnerability disclosure might result in a record-breaking payout of $1,000,000 given in AXS tokens.

    The Ronin Network (RON) hacker is still transferring cash.

    The Sky Mavis team emphasizes that bug bounty campaign participants should refrain from spamming, spoofing, phishing, social engineering, DDoS assaults, and physical attacks against Sky Mavis property or data centers.

    Axie Infinity’s sidechain Ronin Network was hacked on March 29, 2022, with losses exceeding $625,000,000 in equivalent.

    To avoid being followed by authorities, the attackers are attempting to send 2,000-3,000 ETH pieces to Tornado Cash mixer.

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