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Two issues identified concerned the block proposal system, which is designed to keep the Single Secret Leader Election (SSLE) secret and prevent information leakage, while providing a quick way for the selected block proposer to verify to others that they are indeed the proposer. To solve this, Least Authority wrote:With the information leak patched, the block proposer remains as protected as it would be in PoW chains, but without the computational overhead. The Ethereum 2.0 team acknowledged the suggested mitigation, however, SSLE is still very much an active area of research. As a result, we expect more information and updates around these vectors to emerge as research on SSLE continues and Ethereum 2.0 reaches the Phase 1 and 2 milestones.
Overall, the company identified seven problems in the Eth 2.0 phase 0 specification and made three suggestions for best practices. In the published audit report, Least Authority focused on two core areas, the peer-to-peer (P2P) network layer and the ENR system.
作者 : Jake Simmons