Given the multi-sig wallet vulnerability with Parity, I am curious why Parity wallet users are unable to access their ether using the private key provided by Parity?
Perhaps my understanding of the vulnerability (and the way Parity works, for that matter) is incomplete, but my assumption was that if you received ether to an Ethereum address that Parity created for you, you should be able to access that address using the private key. One could just use MyEtherWallet with their private key to access the funds in an address.
According to this answer, it appears Parity does not provide you with the actual private key and you would've had to use the
ethkey generate random command to "export" the private keys?