After weeks of non-stop hacks, we finally got a bit of a break where we can catch up on fun research papers and a fun DeFi security workshop from Binance.
Let’s dive into the news, but first a special thanks to our sponsors at Trail of Bits:
Russian-language hacker forums created a $100K+ prize pool for research papers on ways to attack cryptocurrency assets, exchanges, and related tech.
TeamTNT report by Palo Alto’s Unit 42 discussing evolving tactics targeting cloud infrastructure to install crypto miners.
Extended Clipper malware advertised on darknet forums now targeting multiple cryptocurrency wallets.
Security First in DeFi workshop sponsored by Binance:
Understand the security risk of Blockchain by Certik Team
Incident Response Process（During/After hacks) by Merkle Science
Project Panel: How projects respond to risks and how general users can protect themself? with Cream, dForce, Autofarm, Ogle
Best practices for working with data/oracle in a smart contract by Chainlink Team
In-depth understanding of reentry attack vulnerabilities by Knownsec Blockchain Lab
Topological Anomaly Detection in Dynamic Multilayer Blockchain Networks such as Ethereum to detect financial crime.
Stay informed, stay healthy, and see you in the next week’s edition!
- Peter Kacherginsky (iphelix)