According SlowMist, was attacked at 16:00 on July 17 (UTC+8). JS file was implemented in the website to deceive users into signing a etApprovalForAll(address, bool) transaction, thereby stealing the users’ NFTs and other assets.

Bitget Wallet (Previously BitKeep) wants to remind you that if you have connected to Premint, you’d be best to revoke your authorization in time.

How to Deauthorize Premint through Bitget Wallet (Previously BitKeep) Wallet

Step 1: In Bitget Wallet (Previously BitKeep) Chrome, click Settings in the upper right corner;

Step 2: Click on “Connected sites”;

Step 3: Click the small button after Premint to revoke the authorization;

Step 4: Now you’re done.

You account will be secured after revoking the authorization.

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