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    As a result, Coinbase is patenting a solution called Key Ceremony, which encrypts private user passphrases into master key sharing. These master key shares are then combined into an actionable master key that generates an encrypted private key at checkout and then a corresponding decrypted private key when the transaction is signed.

  2. how do i run electrum server, Run SQL Server Profiler


    In physics, neutrinos are non-charged, neutral elementary particles, and they are so light that they are difficult to detect (though they have always been ubiquitous). In the language of the lightning network, neutrino combines the speed of the lightning network with all the energy and security of the entire blockchain, so that users do not have to run full nodes or trust the Electrum server. Best of all: It's "light enough" to allow users to operate on mobile devices and use Bitcoin anytime, anywhere.

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    In response to the attack, Beosin Chengdu Chain Security analyzed: This wallet Electrum was attacked, mainly because the kivy framework used was using a standard py compiler and the wallet was not protected against secondary packaging, and the core files could be recompiled directly back into the py file. Attackers can imitate the code, directly join the code to steal the user's password, key after the secondary packaging, and then cooperate with other attacks, tempt users to install the wallet implanted with malicious code, thereby stealing the user's password, key and other sensitive information.

  4. i disabled 2fa in electrum but still have the 2fa seed, electrum 2fa


    Scott Melker: Storing 2FA on offline devices to protect him from SIM card exchange attacks, cryptocurrencies trader Scott Melker said on Twitter today that he had been hit by a SIM card exchange attack in February, but that he had managed to avoid losing his encrypted assets. Hackers have access to his number and text messages, and if he relies on two-factor authentication (2FA) through text messages, hackers can get all their money. However, he uses 2FA in the form of a Google authenticator and saves it on a separate offline device, making it time to process credit cards, encrypt exchanges, etc., and lock accounts.