The individual responsible for the cyber attack on decentralized exchange KyberSwap demanded all project assets and documents to be transferred, including shares and tokens.
This includes both on-chain and off-chain property, as clarified by the attacker.
The hack, which targeted the Elastic Pools liquidity pool, resulted in the hacker withdrawing approximately $47 million from the protocol on November 23.
A message was left by the attacker during the transaction, stating their plan to initiate negotiations in a few hours.
Following this, the decentralized autonomous organization managing KyberSwap made an offer to the attacker to return most of the funds by November 25 in exchange for a reward.
However, a week later, the hacker responded with a demand for the transfer of all assets and documents, stating it as the “single and best” condition.