repost from the creed community You’ve probably seen the twitter threads of web3 detectives & sleuths diving in when a hack just happened. No-one knows what happened, the protocol team is scrambling
The internet is flooded with lot’s of awesome web3 hacking resources, awesome lists, courses, articles, git repos and more. It’s difficult to see the forest for the trees. There are multiple
Time: 3 Hours Introduction If you’re starting on this path I’m assuming you’ve already covered the basics of DeFi development, you should now how the Ethereum blockchain works and know
I was writing some articles and wanted to refer to a nice list of common DeFi component types. Unfortunately, I couldn’t find a resource that matched what I was looking for, so
Ever wondered why some hackers seem to have a sixth sense of where to find bugs? How do you get that same sixth sense and become a top web3 security specialist? That's what I explored during my talk at the DeFi Security Summit 101 this year, and this article is a written version of it!