Oracle Risk: Oracles work on the principle that they have the same price across all chains. Should a localized asset price diverge from this global price, be set incorrectly, or not updated sufficiently rapidly, a vulnerability to exploitation may emerge. For example, in a case where a paused or drained bridge or bridges prevents the crosschain transfer of assets, a particular chain may see its version of said asset become unpegged from the oracle price. In such circumstances the oracle price will not account for this, potentially leading to an exploitable situation in which assets facilitate the borrowing of funds of greater value than the local version of the collateral "backing" them. Should the underlying assets fail to return to the oracle price, this would result in the under collateralization of the local deployment and the loss of user funds.