It turns out that Captcha Bot used to be at least not hacked. The group at the back of the preferred Discord bot announced on April 1 that the bot is safe. In addition, they have emphasized that the bot will not ask for Crypto or the rest of NFT.
Relax, don’t get that Captcha Bot out of your Discord server
Rumors of the Captcha Bot hack started since Bored Ape Yacht Club showed their Discord hack on April 1. Many showed that the exploit happened via Ticket Tool. However, a number of Twitter customers claimed that the attack happened just as neatly via Captcha.bot.
On the same day, Captcha.bot’s group temporarily clarifies that the bot is safe and protected for use. Given that they made the announcement on April 1, the group emphasized that this is not an April Fools’ Day joke. According to the group, some customers fell for phishing websites masquerading as the bot’s reputable internet webpage. On that topic, the group has shared the reputable hyperlink to the bot’s website on their Discord channel.
From the announcement, the group defined that most convenient customers want to log in with Discord and nothing else. In addition, customers did not want to drag the rest to their bookmark or run code in the browser to access the bot.
Yet for many people it is a reassuring message. At the moment, almost every Discord server uses this authentication bot. We can’t believe the disastrous penalties if the bot is compromised. All in all, we must remain protected at all times and remain diligent as we move within the Web 3 realm.