Does Ethereum in its current form (Homestead, specifically Geth v1.3.6) have transaction malleability issues similar to Bitcoin? If so, is there a standard method for deriving a normalized hash for Ethereum transactions?
Transaction Malleability = The ability for a node on the network to change a transaction in a way such that the hash is invalidated. This produces an identical transaction with a different hash, causing issues for nodes that store and query transactions by hash.
In the past it seems this was an issue/concern. I'm just wondering if it still is or if it has been addressed.
Vitalik mentions susceptibility to transaction malleability on reddit here: https://www.reddit.com/r/ethereum/comments/3o9ru0/transaction_malleability_does_ethereum_have_this/
EIP-2 (Homestead Fork) also involved transaction malleability fixes: https://github.com/ethereum/EIPs/blob/master/EIPS/eip-2.mediawiki