Be wary of EOS account transaction risks, multi-sign transactions can still control sold accounts

According to the TokenPocket community news, some users report that the existing EOS account transaction method is flawed, and the multi-signature method can still control the account that has been sold if the private key of the account has changed. The security personnel of PeckShield immediately followed up to find out that the main reason for this vulnerability is: when the multi-signature transaction was executed at the end, it failed to verify whether the multi-signature proposal previously signed by the account is still valid, and PeckShield has submitted to the EOS official Block. One relevant person in charge reported this problem. During this period, users are advised to be alert for EOS account transactions, including free account acquisition, and should promptly check the transaction history of the account to confirm whether they have signed too many proposals to avoid loss of property.