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DeFiRanger: Detecting Price Manipulation Attacks on DeFi Applications

@article{Wu2021DeFiRangerDP,
  title={DeFiRanger: Detecting Price Manipulation Attacks on DeFi Applications},
  author={Siwei Wu and Dabao Wang and Jianting He and Yajin Zhou and L. Wu and Xingliang Yuan and Qinming He and Kui Ren},
  journal={ArXiv},
  year={2021},
  volume={abs/2104.15068}
}
The rapid growth of Decentralized Finance (DeFi) boosts the Ethereum ecosystem. At the same time, attacks towards DeFi applications (apps) are increasing. However, to the best of our knowledge, existing smart contract vulnerability detection tools cannot be directly used to detect DeFi attacks. That’s because they lack the capability to recover and understand high-level DeFi semantics, e.g., a user trades a token pair X and Y in a Decentralized EXchange (DEX). In this work, we focus on the… Expand

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