Electrum-LTC is a simple but powerful Litecoin wallet. Like its predecessor, the Electrum-Bitcoin wallet, the open source wallet is available on GitHub and anyone can view or upgrade the code.
Bitcoin Wallet Electrum has released the official version of 4.0, adding features such as Lightning Network and PSBT.
Electrum was launched in 2011 with a lite version of Bitcoin wallet with an open source code under MIT licenses.
Bitcoin Wallet client Electrum may add support for the Lightning network.
Bitcoin Wallet Electrum has released a beta version of Electrum 4.0, which supports the Lightning Network.
Electrum is a software wallet, which means that Bitcoin is stored in an encrypted file on our laptop or computer.
According to Johnwick.io, we will continue to monitor and track the further flow of funds after a recent user submitted a coin-losing incident claiming that the download used an Electrum wallet had been phishing and that more than 700 bitcoins had been lost, and that the stolen address had been added to the Devi AML system. It is reported that malicious websites (electrumsecure) fake Electrum website phishing attacks, to guide users to download and use the wallet, in order to steal the user's private key and other sensitive data. Devi Security Labs is here to remind users not to install unknown sources of Electrum wallets, to avoid asset losses. Electrum Official Website: electrum.org Electrum Phishing Website: electrumsecure.
Return fmt. Sprintf ("pid?%s; uid?%s;socket?%s;%s", wa.pid, wa.uid, wa.socket, wa. Addr)
Last week, news of a failure of Intel's computer chips, which have remained undetected for years, shook the entire technology industry. It's a story similar to the vulnerability of electrum wallets, which some reports say have been around for more than two years. Tavis Ormandy, Google's vulnerability researcher, claims to have discovered the vulnerability, even though it was flagged last year. Within hours of Electrum being identified as a vulnerability, Electrum rushed to come up with a patch to fix it.
DeViable Security Labs hereby suggests that versions of Electrum below 3.3.4 are vulnerable to such phishing attacks, and users using Electrum Wallet are requested to update to the latest version of Electrum 3.3.8 via the official website (electrum.org), which has not yet been officially released, and do not use the link in the prompt to avoid asset losses.