In the past 24 hours, there has been news of phishing hacks in the crypto market. PeckShieldAlert, a security auditing firm, has reported multiple incidents where NFTs and other items have been stolen via phishing.

One of the incidents involved NFT #0N1Force #2959, which was stolen by a phishing scammer using the handle Fake_Phishing179460. The transaction can be viewed on Etherscan using this link: https://etherscan.io/tx/0xe058f46e.

Another incident involved NFT #2007 and #Otherdeed for Otherside #78770, which were both stolen by the user PinkDrainer. This transaction can be viewed on Etherscan using this link: https://etherscan.io/tx/0x066c2c5f7d7d78246c27b5ee0588c1534aff1894d6619af5e41b8e4473d19a1e.

These phishing incidents highlight the importance of being vigilant and cautious when conducting transactions in the crypto market. It is critical to double-check URLs, email addresses, and other contact information before sharing sensitive information.

PeckShieldAlert recommends that traders and investors use two-factor authentication (2FA) whenever possible and avoid clicking on suspicious links or downloading files from unknown sources.

Furthermore, they suggest that if any suspicious activity is detected, it should be reported immediately to the appropriate authorities or to the platform where the transaction occurred.

Overall, cybersecurity and online safety should be top priorities for everyone who participates in the crypto market. By staying informed and taking the necessary precautions, individuals can minimize the risk of falling victim to phishing attacks and other forms of hacking.