Trainer Name: Chaitanya RK
Title: HackFi - hacking smart contracts
Duration: 3 Days
Dates: Sept. 6, 2022 To Sept. 8, 2022Sold Out
Blockchains are revolutionary technologies that allow for secure, distributed, decentralized information storage. Blockchains disrupt the finance industry via DeFi, governance via DAOs, and collectibles via NFTs. Over the past few years, the blockchain has taken the engineering landscape by storm. However, due to the relative newness of blockchain compared to traditional technologies, its use is still hindered by speculation, confusion, uncertainty, and risk.
Training level: Basic; Intermediate
In this course, we shall take a holistic look at security, from the theoretical foundations of the blockchain and smart contracts to finding and exploiting vulnerabilities in smart contracts.
First, this course will give you all the prerequisites to understand blockchain and smart contracts' architecture and major components. Then, we will create and set up a development and testing environment allowing us to efficiently build, deploy and debug smart contracts on the local test net. We will learn how to find vulnerabilities and exploit vulnerabilities in the local testing environment. We will also leverage security tooling, such as Slither and Mythril, to detect smart contract vulnerabilities automatically.
Some of the skills and techniques you will learn are:
Chaitanya (ant4g0nist), the co-founder of [WeFuzz](https://wefuzz.io), has over a decade of experience in Development and security. He focuses primarily on vulnerability research, fuzzing smart contracts, fuzzing Apple platforms (macOS/iOS), and blockchain security.
Chaitanya's interest lies in fuzzing, emulation, baseband, and exploit Development that resulted in numerous vulnerabilities leading to 0-click/1-click exploits (CVE-2015-3723, CVE-2016-1737, CVE-2016-1740, CVE-2017-7031). Chaitanya's work on blockchain development and security is backed by foundations and companies like Coinbase, Tezos, etc.
He has also contributed to developers and security communities by creating multiple open-source projects, some of them include: