Posted byAlex Van de Sande on December 3rd, 2015.
A lot of things have happened in the past few weeks in the Ethereum ecosystem, so many that it might be hard for a casual observer to understand where we are and what’s available out there. So I would like to use my first post here to give you an overview of the tools we’ve […]
Posted byFabian Vogelsteller on September 16th, 2015.
We are happy to announce our very first developer-preview of the Ethereum Wallet ÐApp. The point of this release is to gather feedback, squash bugs and, most importantly, get the code audited. Please note that this is a developer-preview and not the final release. We advise you to be extremely careful putting large amount of […]
Posted byJutta Steiner on July 7th, 2015.
As I’m writing this, I’m sitting in the London office and pondering how to give you a good overview about the work we’ve been doing to secure Ethereum’s protocols, clients and p2p-network. As you might remember, I joined the Ethereum team at the end of last year to manage the security audit. As spring has […]
Posted byJutta Steiner on March 20th, 2015.
Hi, Jutta writing again – I initially introduced myself when we started the bounty program earlier this year and I’m happy to provide you with an update on what’s happening on the security side prior and throughout launch. We have had some high quality submissions by bounty hunters – kudos for the creative exploits sent […]
Posted byVinay Gupta on March 12th, 2015.
So first some background. We’ve already covered a little about what to expect from Frontier in the Ethereum Launch Process blog post and Gav has given us a comprehensive overview of the state of the development effort. You can also read about some of the ongoing security work, including the bug bounty system. The bug bounty program […]