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Can ChatGPT audit smart contracts? | Reality or Myth

Undoubtedly, ChatGPT stands out as one of the most remarkable inventions of 2021. Its wide-ranging capabilities and applications have opened up endless possibilities for human interaction and problem-solving. Furthermore, certain users have begun employing ChatGPT for the actual execution of smart contract audits. However, can ChatGPT audit a smart contract? ...

blockchain shut down

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Can Blockchain Be Shut Down? | The Reality

Blockchain is one of the greatests technologies built during the 2000s. Its decentralized architecture eliminates intermediaries, fostering trust and efficiency. In addition, its distributed ledgers was able to redefine collaboration in a transparent, secure and autonomous future. However, with all these awesome features, can Blockchain be shut down ? In ...

Smart contract DDoS

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Can A Smart Contract Be DDoSed ? | The Truth

Smart contracts, integral to any decentralized application (Dapp) on the Blockchain, autonomously enforce predefined conditions when specific criteria are met, eliminating the necessity for intermediaries in contract execution. Despite their decentralized advantages, smart contracts have increasingly attracted attention from malicious actors seeking financial gains. Consequently, the question arises: Can a ...

trojan vs rootkit

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Is a Trojan a Rootkit ?

Trojans and rootkits rank among the most prevalent types of malicious software, frequently employed by attackers to have complete control over victims’ machines. Nevertheless, the question arises: Are trojans synonymous with rootkits? A trojan is not inherently a rootkit. While both are types of malicious software, they serve distinct purposes. ...

Outlook vulnerability

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Outlook’s Threat Unveiled: CVE-2023-23397 Exposed

In a recent analysis, InsiderSecurity delves into the intricacies of the Outlook vulnerability, CVE-2023-23397, shedding light on potential exploitation techniques and proposing early detection methods. As Microsoft rushes to address this vulnerability with a recent patch, the severity of the situation becomes evident, given its exploitation over the past year. ...

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Vulnerabilities + News Z. Oualid

Sierra Routers: 21 Critical Flaws Uncovered

In a recent analysis of Sierra Wireless routers, Forescout’s Vedere Labs made a significant discovery—21 new vulnerabilities that not only pose a threat to operational technology (OT) and IoT devices but also reveal the broader challenge of addressing security issues in the realm of critical infrastructure. This research, published by ...

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Qualcomm’s Revelation of High-Severity Vulnerabilities

Qualcomm, a renowned chipmaker, made public additional information about three high-severity security flaws that had fallen victim to “limited, targeted exploitation.” in October 2023. These vulnerabilities not only underscore the perpetual arms race in cybersecurity but also highlight the importance of proactive disclosure and collaborative efforts to address potential threats. ...