All About Lightning Electrum
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Electrum is a popular software wallet that works by connecting to a dedicated server. These servers receive a hash of the Bitcoin address in the wallet and reply with transaction information. Electrum Wallet is fast and has few resources, but by default, it connects to these servers and can easily monitor users. In addition to Electrum, some other software uses public Electrum servers. By 2019, it is a faster and better alternative to BIP37.
The Electrum team has announced the attack in an official tweet, saying that "this is an ongoing phishing attack on Electrum users" and reminding users to check the authenticity of the client's source before logging in. The team published its official website, and electrum clients downloaded elsewhere may be problematic.
Wallet history is available from a central server, such as an Electrum server, but uses a new Tor for each address.
ZClassic (ZCL) has released a beta version of the ZCL Electrum wallet. ZCL is now priced at 1055 yuan, up 13.58 percent
According to the slow fog zone, the Phishing attack by Electrum forged upgrade tips has stolen at least 200 BTCs, and this attack cannot be avoided by upgrading Electrum alone, requiring the entire ecological service to make corresponding changes (because Electrum is not a full node, and then on the transaction broadcast and the corresponding server has a message communication, the attacker can also deploy a malicious server)
You can download electrum Bitcoin Wallet on the official website "electrum.org". Electrum is also available to users of Ledger Nano S, KeepKey, and TREZOR hardware wallets.
Slow fog alert: Bitcoin wallet Electrum "updates phishing" currency theft continues.
In 1995, the U.S. government enacted regulations restricting the undocumented export of encryption software products. These products are classified as "arms". However, the first version of The Pretty Good Privacy (PGP), a public key encryption software written by Philip Zimmerman, was first released outside the US via bulletin board systems, but all PGP copies outside the US are "illegal". To solve the problem, Zimmerman implemented a clever plan to use the First Amendment as a means of legalizing it. That is: print out the source code of PGP.