“Guido Vranken, the security researcher who won $120,000 in EOS bug bounty program earlier, has discovered another vulnerability in EOS. But more worryingly, it appears he is not the only one to have found new kinks in the network.”Moreover:
“Vranken says the new flaw he discovered has to do with unbounded recursion in Binaryen WASM parsing. For those unfamiliar, unbounded recursion occurs when a function that calls itself from within enters an endless loop – until the computer runs out of resources and dies. This means that if anyone attempts to compile to web assembly (WASM) using the Binaryen compiler, their computer could go kaput.”See the full report for yourself here- https://thenextweb.com/hardfork/2018/06/14/eos-cryptocurrency-bugs/ We are pretty confident that EOS are going to allow this to take as much time as it needs in order to ensure that these bugs are located and dealt with. It seems they aren’t afraid to spend money in the process and generally, with such high bounties, we can assume this is something they are intent on fixing. For now, we need to see how this develops and of course, we need to wait for the EOS community votes to start rolling in before we see EOSIO progress to the next stage.