The address that was hacked: https://etherscan.io/address/0x1b3e1786c3f8524ca0f3175b0b37bcc1bee5a6d5
There are still some ERC20 left, probably the hacker did not account for all the tokens.
I was thinking that I can send 2 transactions in a single block:
- Send small portion of ETH
- Use that ETH to pay for the gas and send the ERC20 to my white hack address
Tried looking up how the transaction ordering works: What is the default ordering of transactions during mining, in e.g. geth?
Is the 1 + 2 plan possible?
I can surely generate raw TX with high gas prices and submit simultaneously, hopefully 1 will be higher up in the same block than 2?
Or maybe order of the transactions in the block does not matter?
Or maybe even if transaction 2 gets mined in the next block, it will be still faster than the attacker?