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The real challenge today is not to ride the web3 technology, but rather to write smart contracts that meet the requirements expected by users and do not expose their funds to hackers and scammers. Blockchain and security, it seems obvious but it is not!

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The CertiK-Kraken Controversy: Exploring a Complex Case of Blockchain Security and Ethical Hacking

The cryptocurrency exchange Kraken recently found itself at the center of a controversial security breach involving CertiK, a blockchain security company. This incident, which...

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Abstract Accounts in Ethereum: a no-nonsense Guide. With Pictures

The Account Abstraction is certainly one of the topics of the moment in the world of web3. But in general the descriptions of this...

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Understanding Runes Protocol: Revolutionizing Bitcoin's Token Ecosystem

The Runes Protocol emerges as a groundbreaking development in the world of Bitcoin, introducing a new fungible token standard that enhances the capabilities of...

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Exploring the Mechanics of Flash Loan Exploits with a Real-World Case Study

Following our previous article on the flash loan attack case study in the Themis protocol, this article will provide an in-depth and hands-on examination...


Smart contracts on Ethereum are worse than even non-financial commercial code; as of May 2016, Ethereum contracts averaged 100 obvious bugs per 1000 lines of code. For comparison, Microsoft code averages 15 bugs per 1000 lines, NASA code around 0 per 500,000 lines. (Excerpt from chapter 10 of Attack of the 50 Foot Blockchain by David Gerard)

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We are here to help you create, verify and improve the security of your smart contracts through a professional and thorough audit.

Best Practices

In the world of dApps and smart contract development, the adoption of coding best practices is critical. Clear and well-documented code writing not only makes it easier to maintain and update applications, but also reduces the risk of errors and vulnerabilities.

Incident analysis and post-mortem

Studying past security incidents is a vital step in improving security practices in dApps. Detailed analysis of attacks and breaches helps to understand the techniques used by attackers and identify vulnerable areas.

Standards: in-depth dive

Security standards play a crucial role in smart contract development. As blockchain technology continues to evolve, it is critical to stay up-to-date on the latest standards and protocols.

Tutorials & Courses

Continuing education and training are key components to maintaining a high level of security in dApps. Numerous tutorials and online courses are available that cover various aspects of smart contract development.

Alert signals and incident feeds

Maintaining an active and informed communication network is essential in the dApps development community. Sharing information, such as security alerts and updates on newly discovered vulnerabilities, helps prevent the spread of attacks.

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Working with a network of trusted partners can significantly improve the security of dApps. Through premium services such as professional security audits, expert advice and access to advanced monitoring tools, developers can benefit from enhanced protection.

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