We’re entering a new era of cross-client PoA testnets. With efforts to spawn more temporary hard-fork testnets to replicate mainnet as well as efforts like the Görli Testnet to create a proper cross-client PoA testnet, we live in a different world than when Kovan started.
for teams managin…for Gnosis’ token sale that fulfilled our need to securely manage large amounts of tokens and ether. This multisignature wallet emerged as the de-facto standard for teams managing shared funds.
for teams managi…or Gnosis’ token sale that fulfilled our need to securely manage large amounts of tokens and ether. This multisignature wallet emerged as the de-facto standard for teams managing shared funds.
In fact, as a security researcher, there is both more social and economic incentive for me to wait as long as possible before reporting a bug present in a hardfork. The reason being that the value of the bounty will be larger and the amount of attention the bug would receive would be higher.
ox fuzzing and s… for developers to detect security bugs. Well, MythX is now here and it packs a punch: By combining static code analysis, guided grey-box fuzzing and symbolic execution it covers twice as many security weaknesses than Mythril Classic, is 10 times faster, and integrates directly with the Ethereum developer tools and CI pipelines.
This contract relies on a very simple yet effective technique. It uses a lot of whitespaces to push some of the code to the right and out of the immediate visibility of the editor if horizontal scrolling is enabled (WhaleGiveaway1). When you try this locally in Remix and you purely rely on the scrolling technique like in WhaleGive…