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Audit of Atomex Smart Contracts for the Tezos Foundation

Tezos Foundation has requested that Least Authority perform a security audit of the Atomex Smart Contracts. Atomic Swap Contract (Tezos): Smart contract implemented using Morley library framework and developed in a Haskell based domain specific language that compiles to Michelson FA1.2 Contract: Smart contract implemented in PascaLIGO Atomic Swap Contract (Ethereum): Smart contract implemented in

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Audit of Atomex: Core Library + Desktop Client for the Tezos Foundation

Tezos Foundation has requested that Least Authority perform a security audit of the Atomex core library and desktop client. Atomex is a hybrid exchange based on atomic swap technology and multicurrency hierarchical deterministic (HD) wallet. Our final audit report was completed on September 24, 2020. To read the full report including our findings, click here:

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Audit of Thanos Wallet for Tezos Foundation

Tezos Foundation has requested that Least Authority perform a security audit of the Thanos Wallet, a browser extension cryptocurrency wallet for the Tezos ecosystem, which provides users with the ability to manage NFT / XTZ tokens and interact with decentralized applications. The Thanos wallet aims to allow users to easily import accounts from other Tezos

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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: Report

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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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