Security Firm dWallet Labs Uncovers Vulnerability with $1 Billion of Crypto At Risk
dWallet Labs recently unveiled a vulnerability that it asserts has the potential to impact approximately $1 billion worth of crypto....
- Blockchain security firm dWallet Labs has discovered a potential vulnerability in validators hosted by infrastructure provider InfStones.
- The vulnerability has the potential to impact approximately $1 billion worth of crypto, including cryptocurrencies such as Ether, BNB, SUI, and others.
- dWallet Labs claims that the vulnerability allowed them to gain full control, run code, and extract private keys of hundreds of validators on multiple major networks.
- InfStones acknowledges the potential threat but contests the figures quoted by dWallet Labs, stating that the vulnerabilities only impacted a fraction of their active nodes.
- InfStones has taken immediate actions to address the vulnerabilities, including resolving the issues, conducting an internal review, and hiring an external security firm to audit its systems and policies.
- InfStones claims that the potential vulnerability identified by dWallet Labs would only have a limited impact, affecting only a small fraction of the live nodes they have launched.
The article highlights a potential vulnerability in blockchain validators that could impact a significant amount of crypto. While dWallet Labs raises concerns about potential losses, InfStones contests the figures and takes steps to address the vulnerabilities.