Crypto / Blockchain Security2022-01-19T12:34:36+03:00

Blockchain/Crypto Technology

Blockchain / Crypto technology, which is one of the most important technologies of recent times, continues to increase its usage area rapidly. Blockchain Technology, which has been on the agenda of many institutions, companies or individuals with its revolutionary entry into the financial system, has been the biggest factor in the introduction of digital money into our lives. Blockchain technology is a distributed database that provides encrypted tracking. It is a technology that allows the production, storage, transfer of Bitcoin and all crypto currencies and that they are not controlled by a central authority.

Although the first generation of digital coins in Blockchain technology is defined as second generation smart contracts, it is already predicted that it will dominate many different areas in the future. With our service, the most appropriate block chain security usage cases are determined for your systems, your Blockchain system is proactively protected and solutions are developed to respond to threats that may come to your system immediately.

Kripto/Blockchain Güvenliği

With our service we offer to our customers; Validation of the Blockchain passbook, system access and identification, audit and reporting, event response, emergency planning.

With the Crypto / Blockchain Security service, you can secure your system with security tests that detect weak encryption and logic flaws, and get an idea of how to fix vulnerabilities and improve the overall security of your system.

Our Crypto / Blockchain Security Solution Process:

  • Safe Block Chain System Design
  • Blockchain System Penetration Test
  • Blockchain Application Static / Dynamic Test
  • Secure Smart Contract Development
  • Smart Contract Control
  • Web Application Security

Frequently Asked Questions About IoT Security

What are the advantages of Blockchain?2020-03-07T15:06:42+03:00
  • Eliminates the need for centralized control and additional costs.
  • Blockchain provides a secure environment between members.
  • Transactions are digitally signed using an entity-owned public and private key pair.
  • Once saved, the data in a block cannot be changed backwards.
  • Open, distributed books record transactions between the two parties in an efficient, verifiable and permanent manner.
  • Transactions need not only be data, but may also be code or smart contracts
What is your Crypto / Blockchain Security Solution Process?2020-03-07T15:06:30+03:00

Our Crypto / Blockchain Security Solution Process Includes:

  • Safe Block Chain System Design
  • Blockchain System Penetration Test
  • Blockchain Application Static / Dynamic Test
  • Secure Smart Contract Development
  • Smart Contract Control
  • Web Application Security
What Are Recent BlockChain Security Problems?2020-03-07T15:06:19+03:00

51% Attacks: 51% attacks are one of the most well-known blokchain security issues. In the 51% attack, one or more malicious entities control the majority of the hashrate of a blockchain. They can reverse the process to make double spending with the majority hashrate and to prevent other miners from approving the blocks.

In 2018, many important crypto currencies, such as ZenCash, Verge and Ethereum Classic, were attacked by 51%. In general, the attackers exploited this blockchain security problem and earned more than $ 20 million last year.

Stock Market Attacks: One of the most expensive block chain security issues is not a problem in the block chain technology itself. Crypto money exchanges have become a profitable area for hackers because of their huge crypto usage and sometimes weak security practices. Since many exchange platforms are centrally centralized, they restore the decentralized benefits of the blockchain.

Any early crypto buyer can tell you about the 2014 Mt Gox hack. Mt. Gox was the stock market leader of the time and managed almost 70 percent of all bitcoin transactions. In February 2014, the stock market revealed that a hacker stole around 850,000 BTC (~ $ 473 million) from the platform. The affected users were left behind.

Social Engineering: Another blockchain security issue that you and your employees should know is social engineering. Social engineering comes in many forms, but the goal is always the same: to obtain your private keys, login information or more directly in your crypto currency.

Phishing: Phishing is one of the most common forms of social engineering. In an attempt to fake, a malicious player sends you emails, sends messages, and even creates a website or social media account that mimics a company brand you trust. Typically, they will ask you to submit your credentials under a gift or a critical issue to enforce a sense of urgency. If you submit your information, there is very little you can do to prevent them from deleting your account.

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