[BleepingComputer] Ethereum urges Go devs to fix severe chain-split vulnerability

Ethreum project is urging developers to apply a hotfix to squash a high-severity vulnerability. The chain-split vulnerability tracked as CVE-2021-39137, impacts “Geth,” the official Golang implementation of the Ethereum protocol. […]

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