ENS Tokens stolen (including delegated voting)

I’ve just discovered that all my ENS tokens have been stolen; curiously, none of my other tokens in the same wallet was taken. Here is the transaction https://etherscan.io/tx/0x0daf423517c6602d9742e389e8b0914e0181a037806ea644401fbbedd89f74bb
I would appreciate it if anyone could shed any light on how this might have happened and if there is any recourse I can take.

Sorry to hear that. :pensive:

From what I see, I think you got tricked/phished into approving token operator access to your ENS tokens, probably on some scam/fake website.

You can check and revoke your token allowances here: https://revoke.cash/

I would recommend revoking the ...4582 address that you allowed access for, that’s how they were able to drain them. It looks like that account is already flagged by Etherscan and OpenSea.

Unfortunately there’s nothing you can do to get the tokens back though.

For future reference, if you need help, the best thing to do is visit our Discord and create a ticket there, which will open a private channel with you and the support mods.

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Hi Serenae, Thanks for your help and guidance on this. I have revoked access, but I am still bewildered about how access was granted in the first place. Nothing else is missing, just the ENS token I was airdropped, which seems odd to me.

Thanks for the heads up about future support on Discord. Unfortunately, now I have 0 ENS tokens, I can no longer contribute to the DAO governance, and my delegated votes are gone.

Thanks again.

Your personal votes and delegated votes are different.
It doesn’t appear you have delegated votes towards you.

But this does bring up a topic. What is the procedure for compromised accounts with delegated votes?

Hi Accessor.eth, Correct, I delegated my votes as an airdrop holder of ENS, but since I don’t own them any longer, my delegated votes are no longer. But it does raise the question, as you point out.