Just a guess, but the attack is probably something like the coordinator doing lots of useless rounds to slowly drain user funds to coordinator fees.
A good defense for this type of problem in general would be to set a limit on how much Wasabi is willing to spend in fees for coinjoins over a given time period. Eg no more than 0.5% of your wallet value per day.
It would also be useful to be able to tell Wasabi to do no more than N coinjoins in this session, and then stop so the user can look at what is happening.
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I don't think this is connected, but also wasabi had something weird going on with their windows release on github:
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scary stuff
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Wassabi is attacked on a daily basis and I don't know if wassabi have the power to defend them.
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Again... Darth was right: use "Lightning cleaning machine" or ISM (Infrastructure Spending machine)
Keep ignoring my advice...
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The more valuable bitcoin is, the more people will try to rug you.
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stackers have outlawed this. turn on wild west mode in your /settings to see outlawed content.