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Audit of Tezos Foundation’s Taquito

Tezos Foundation has requested that Least Authority perform a security audit of Taquito, a TypeScript library suite for development on the Tezos blockchain. To read the full report including our findings, click here:

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Audit of TRON Protocol

TRON has requested that Least Authority perform a security audit of their TRON Protocol, including the following components: TRON Protocol Blockchain-based operating systems that aims to offer scalable, high-availability and high-throughput support that underlies all the decentralized applications in the TRON ecosystem. TRON Virtual Machine (TVM) Allows users to develop decentralized applications (DAPPs) for themselves

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Project Update: Tahoe-LAFS for Human Rights Defenders

This summer, Least Authority has been wrapping up our project funded by the Open Technology Fund (OTF) to make Tahoe-LAFS a more usable tool for human rights organizations. (Read about the background on this project in our earlier post.) While secure file storage is a necessity for most everyone, human rights defenders have a more

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Audit of Band Protocol’s Cosmos-SDK Oracle Module

Band Protocol has requested that Least Authority perform a security audit of the BandChain Cosmos-SDKoracle module in the BandChain chain directory. Bandchain is a Decentralized Data Delivery Network(D3N) built on Cosmos-SDK. BandChain aims to connect public blockchains with off-chain informationand aims to achieve the following design goals: Speed and Scalability: The system must be able

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We’re upgrading Magic Wormhole to Magic Wormhole for All

The Problem Sending a file from one computer to another is common and should be simple, but it can be surprisingly complicated, even in 2020. This simple-yet-complicated user story is illustrated in xkcd comic #949. How should you send a file from your computer to someone else’s computer? What security and privacy concerns should be

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