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Komodo's AtomicDEX Exchange Runs a P2P Full Node in Your Web Browser
The developers of privacy-centric blockchain Komodo claim that it has created an implementation of its AtomicDEX that runs a full peer-to-peer node in the user's web browser.
Zcash Bug Could Reveal Shielded Full Nodes' IP Addresses
A bug in all Zcash implementations and most of its forks could leak metadata containing the full nodes' with shielded addresses IPs.
Crypto Developer Komodo 'Hacks' Wallet Users to Foil $13 Million Theft
Cryptocurrency wallet developer Komodo has effectively hacked its own customers to avert an attack that could have resulted in the theft of funds worth nearly $13 million.
Komodo Hacks Itself and Saves Crypto Worth $13M After Learning of Security Vulnerability
Crypto wallet provider Komodo effectively hacked itself to prevent fraudsters from accessing its users' funds, the company confirmed in a blog post on June 5.Security researchers had alerted the company to a vulnerability in its Agama wallet.
Interview with Komodo's CTO, How Atomic Swaps Will Change How Cryptocurrency is Traded
Cryptoslate interviewed Kadan Stadelmann, chief technical officer at Komodo Platform, on why atomic swaps could transform how cryptocurrency is exchanged.
Zcash Vulnerability Permitting Infinite ZEC Counterfeiting Fixed and Disclosed
A vulnerability that could have permitted an attacker to coin infinite Zcash has been patched and disclosed by the company behind the coin, a post on the official Zcash blog states on Feb. 5.
Is Delayed Proof of Work the Answer to 51% Attacks? [INTERVIEW]
Earlier in October, an ethical hacker who goes by the handle GeoCold on Twitter announced the live-streaming of a 51% attack.