Aigang Network Presale Contract Audit
Parity Multisig Recovery Reconciliation
Was the DAO the Best Thing to Happen to Ethereum? And, Can We Have It Back?
Exclusive: Jihan Wu Confirms Backdoor Claims in Bitcoin Miner Bitmain
Bitmain Can Remotely Shut Down Your Antminer (and Everyone Else’s)
See Customer Deposit Factory and Security Audit Of The CustomerDepositFactory Smart Contract.
See BetterAuction and Security Audit Of The BetterAuction Smart Contract.
Exchange Bug Discovery Averts Ethereum Token Theft
Reddit post Worry-some bug / exploit with ERC20 token transactions from exchanges and the Golem post How to Find $10M Just by Reading the Blockchain. This problem seems to be about how the exchanges implement their withdrawal functions and seems … Continue reading
Thales and Chain Join Forces to Provide Secure Enterprise Blockchain Solution
Accenture Says It Can Make Blockchain Applications More Reliable and Secure. Following on from their editable blockchain – Accenture’s “Editable Blockchain” Prototype Draws Criticism
Security lessons from the ENS launch
Ethereum Not Safe But Safer Than Other Blockchains: Vlad Zamfir
About my tweet from yesterday..
New Bitcoin Caching Features Could Improve Block Verification
University of Pennsylvania: Blockchain’s Biggest Challenge is Security
If Code Should Be Law We Need Better Development Standards
Ether.Camp’s HKG Token Has A Bug And Needs To Be Reissued
Onward with Ethereum Smart Contract Security
‘Blessing and a Curse’: The DAO’s Developers on Blockchain in 2016
Trusted Hardware Can Help Bitcoin Scale, But At What Cost?
Former Facebook Exec: Bitcoin Companies Will Lead Defensive Innovation
Scaling Bitcoin with Secure Hardware
Stolen Altcoins Trailed in Augur & Ethereum Hack Investigation
Security Advisory: Mobile Phones
Blockchain bandits hit crypto start-ups
Breathe Easy Bitcoiners, Quantum Computing No Match For Sha-2 Encryption
Debit Card Users Are at Massive Risk in India, Millions of Cards Compromised
Pentagon $1.8M Deal to Use Blockchain for Data Security
Hacked by a fridge: The Internet of Things and cyberattacks