CVE-2022-35621

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Last Modified on: 09/21/2022 07:39:00 PM UTC

The following vulnerability was found:

Access control vulnerability in Evoh NFT EvohClaimable contract with sha256 hash code fa2084d5abca91a62ed1d2f1cad3ec318e6a9a2d7f1510a00d898737b05f48ae allows remote attackers to execute fraudulent NFT transfers.

CVE References

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GitHub - MacherCS/CVE_Evoh_Contract: These are the materials about the vulnerability of Evoh NFT contract github.com
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