Blockchain CTF (https://blockchain-ctf.securityinnovation.com/#/) is a Decentralized App (DApp) containing vulnerable smart contracts with various business use cases ranging from decentralized trust funds and open source lottery systems, to ICOs and automated royalty agreements. Players are challenged to exploit vulnerabilities that are commonly found in smart contracts to steal fake testnet ETH and earn points. Hints are available when creativity is exhausted.
At the beginning of the competition, two new challenges will be added to our existing 11 challenges. The first participants who can successfully exploit these new smart contracts alongside the existing ones will be rewarded with prizes.
Winners will be announced Monday night at 6:00 p.m. EST
We are hosting a webinar on March 13th, for those who are evaluating if Blockchain makes sense for their organization.
March 13, 2019
Blockchain is a promising technology getting a lot of attention these days; however, organizations aren’t entirely sure how it might improve business operations, what the risk implications are, and the security savviness needed to implement securely.
This webcast will address the most pressing issues and misconceptions surrounding Blockchain today, including:
• What is Blockchain?
• What are the new technologies I need to understand?
• Use Cases: where is Blockchain most advantageous?
• Snooze Cases: where/when is Blockchain a bad idea?
• What are the most common pitfalls with Blockchain?
Security Innovation has conducted numerous security audits of blockchain and smart contract designs, used in stable coins, remittance services, and other solutions.
Lead by Mick Ayzenberg, one of the industry's foremost experts on Blockchain, we have led Blockchain trainings and workshops at Appsec USA 2018, TruffleCon 2018, and OWASP Training Day 2018 – and will be at Black Hat 2019. We continue to break new ground in this hot space.
“The Security Innovation Blockchain CTF has proven to be an incredible resource for developers and security experts alike to test their skills with practical exploitation challenges. Given it’s still an emerging technology, this demonstrates the demand for educational resources for Blockchain smart contract security.”