Computer security hackers, or more commonly white hat hackers detected over 40 bugs on different blockchain platforms in last thirty days, according to the report made by TNW. Interestingly, no bug seemed to be serious at first, yet, they all are very severe.
The platforms where these bugs were discovered include Coinbase, which has recently has a controversial situation with Ripple, Monero, Hacker One, Brave, Tezos, Block.one. About 13 companies 43 bug reports from February 13 to March 13.
The most vulnerability reports were conducted by e-sports gambling platform Unikrn, around 12 bugs. This is the biggest amount in the blockchain field. OmiseGo developer, Omise, took the second place with total six bugs report. In third place is EOS, there were five vulnerability reports.
Tendermint, consensus algorithm and peer-to-peer (P2P) networking protocol, took the fourth place with only four bugs. Two companies sum up the top 5 and they are decentralized market protocol Augur and smart contracts platform Tezos. White hat hackers noticed only three bugs in their blockchain.
Next firms are Monero, ICON, MyEtherWallet; it was noticed only two bugs on their blockchain platforms.The best result, if we actually can say so, goes to crypto exchange Coinbase, the company received only one vulnerability. The same result shows blockchain browser Brave.
White hat hackers got their rewards, in total it accounts for $23,675. Tendermint paid the most, more than $8000 for its four bugs. EOS contributed $5500, whilst Unikrn awarded $1,375.
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