• Published 2017

DappGuard : Active Monitoring and Defense for Solidity Smart Contracts

@inproceedings{Lee2017DappGuardA,
  title={DappGuard : Active Monitoring and Defense for Solidity Smart Contracts},
  author={Jae Hyung Lee},
  year={2017}
}
Ethereum’s smart contracts present an attractive incentive toward participating in the network. Deploying a smart contract allows a user to run a distributed application (Dapp) that includes storage, payment features, and cryptographic services all within the context of just a contract script and its layout. However, recently exploited vulnerabilities in the Solidity smart contract language have undermined the integrity of Ethereum’s smart contract implementations. After some discussion of… CONTINUE READING

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