Evan Van Ness, a well-known Solana critic, shared the developer’s post, which discovered a potentially critical issue in the project’s official library that could harm both regular users and developers looking to build SOL-based applications.
After downloading the library, the developer discovered 723 dependencies in a 202 MB package. Another 310 MB is created with over 17,000 files while unpacking the library. The issue is that all depositories have an unbound version range, which means that any update can potentially introduce malware into SOL-based applications via the library.
The breach in the library’s security is a serious issue that must be addressed to avoid future security issues. Nonetheless, given the variety of technical issues and the most recent network outage, it is clear that the ecosystem is riddled with bugs, technical issues, and other issues that prevent Solana from replacing networks like Ethereum.
Solana’s fundamental values do not show signs of an upcoming reversal or the accelerated rally’s entrance. Ethereum’s Merge overshadowed Solana’s minor achievements that the developer presented recently.
At press time, SOL is changing hands at approximately $47.3.
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