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November 04, 2015, 05:09:15 PM
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Hey,

I installed an offline version (0.93.2) of armory on my notebook where I store all my wallet informations (incl. private keys) and an online version with a "watch only wallet" on my PC. I don`t want to upgrade to 0.93.3 if it is not neccessary. So my question is: Can I still sign transactions and braodcast them to the network with the older version of armory?

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November 04, 2015, 07:01:11 PM
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Yes, you can sign offline with 0.93.2 if you use 0.93.3 to broadcast the transaction.

Armory 0.93.3 fixes Low-S malleability when broadcasting a transaction (also when signing a transaction).

Note that this would alter the hash of the transaction between the signer and broadcaster. If maintaining a consistent transaction hash between offline and online Armory instances is important to you (you would know if it was), then upgrade your offline signer(s) to 0.93.3 as well.
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