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Heard about the XYZ hacks yet? Losses in millions but couldn't find what actually happened? We have you covered, read out the revealing, intricate and statistical intelligence about blockchain security and cybersecurity.

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Social Engineering: Classification & Prevention

Social Engineering is an art, where an attacker manipulates people to extract confidential information. That information could be used in various ways by criminals. Individuals are targeted to install malicious software that could give cybercriminals access to their operating systems,

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Transparency Series Part One: Diving Into Composable Smart Contracts

A big part of BlockApex’s philosophy is transparency. In an effort to ensure trustlessness, we have decided to launch a series of publications highlighting the ways in which BlockApex functions as an entity.

Remote Work & Cybersecurity Risks 

It is crucial to come up with innovative solutions against cyberattacks, especially when your workforce is remotely working. Since we know that remote work comes with a bunch of security risks, it is essential to cater to them.

Revisiting Ethereum Classic in Light of the London Hard Fork

The successful upgrade of the London Hard Fork is a big difference from the fork leading to Ethereum Classic that took place back in 2016. However, despite their divergence, both are milestones in the Ethereum world- guaranteed to have lasting impacts on the blockchain as we know it. Read more to find out the circumstances surrounding each hard fork and the role they may play in shaping Ethereum's future.

The Collapse of Blockchain Security: August Edition

Over $720M worth of funds were stolen this month, illuminating a dangerous message about the security and reliability of these platforms- raising several questions. Is orchestrating an attack of this level really so easy? If I happen to be a daring individual with the right technical skills, can I too be the owner of millions of dollars worth of funds? And most importantly, what measures can other platforms take beforehand to ensure they and their users are safe from becoming the next target?

SEC Regulations: Sabotage Under The Guise Of Protection?

The SEC describes its motives to be the safeguarding of investors, while members of the blockchain community see their actions as sabotage. Read more to find out the history of this controversy and its implications on the general definition of security.

Blockchain Bridges: A Security Perspective

Interoperability has been a long withstanding problem in the blockchain space. Many argue that the very benefits of decentralization and trustlessness that this technology is built on have resulted in a major communication gap between blockchains.

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