Mailchimp Data Breach Affects Yuga Labs
After being listed among affected accounts in the Mailchimp data breach, Yuga Labs claim there was no trace of data extraction.
Renowned email marketing company, Mailchimp recently announced a data breach affecting several institutions including Yuga Labs. The world's largest NFT creator is currently conducting a series of inspections on the intensity of the damage on their Mailchimp account. Sequel to this announcement, Yuga Labs has tweeted about the situation saying:
Mailchimp Data Breach: Yuga Labs Claims Data Is Intact
However, Yuga Labs claims to have its data and information intact with no trace of file exportation. The team noted they have contact with a limited number of people with whom they shared numerous email campaigns. Yuga Labs promised to reach out to any affected contact via their official email address peradventure a breach was detected on Mailchimp. The founding team has warned Yuga Labs community members against any potential scam which might originate from the hack. It could come in different variants like surprise mints, DM requests for private information or passcodes, and fake announcements.
Yuga Labs has also advised community members to carefully read through every smart contract before signing it. Members should also set complex passwords for every account and keep their seed phrases private. The BAYC creators are trying hard to remain immune to any attack on their server. Being the biggest platform for non-fungible tokens, it is a top target for Web3 black hat actors. Community members are also advised to look out for guides on how to stay safe.