Despite a critical vulnerability in the Bitcoin Lightning Network, no major theft has occurred via this replacement cycling attack vector.
Bitcoin developer Antoine Riard has responsibly disclosed a transaction-relay jamming attack that could have seized up the Lightning Network.
Atomic multipath payments (AMPs) increase the security of Bitcoin Lightning Network transactions, ensuring that the full transaction settles.
LND, a popular implementation of Bitcoin’s Lightning Network, has suffered another major vulnerability: unattributed payment routing.
Bitcoin Lightning Network researchers discovered a critical BTCD and LND bug, freezing funds inside the Lightning Network for a few hours.
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