Yam Finance (YAM), the latest fad in the crypto space, uncovered a bug the day after Erik Voorhees, the CEO of ShapeShift, called the project a scam. The project said in an August 12 tweet: “We have found a bug in the rebasing contract. All funds in staking contract are safe, as this is an unrelated part of the protocol.” We have found a bug in the rebasing contract, please read below.
All funds in staking contract are safe, as this is an unrelated part of the protocol.
Zcash bug could leak metadata revealing the information of the full nodes’ with shielded (zaddr) IP Addresses. Duke Leto, Komodo (KMD), core developer published a blog post on his personal website. The issue has been assigned to track on September 27th, by assigning Common Vulnerabilities and Exposure Code. “A bug has existed for all shielded addresses since the inception of Zcash and Zcash Protocol. It is present in all Zcash source code forks. It is possible to find the IP
A dangerous bug has been fixed in bitcoin’s lightning network. A popular payment network running on top of the bitcoin blockchain was facing a vulnerable code where money could be drained from the payment app. Disclosure of the bug On Sept 27th, a disclosure was revealed by Bitcoin developer, Rusty Russell disclosed ‘detailing how this vulnerability could be exploited by an attacker’. Rusty Russell “An attacker can claim to open a [lighting payments] channel but either not pa