Fujitsu has introduced a system for checking bugs in Ethereum smart contracts

Fujitsu has introduced a system for checking bugs in Ethereum smart contracts

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Japanese IT company Fujitsu reported on the development of a new technology, which, it said, should help to avoid problems associated with bugs in smart contracts Ethereum.

According to the company, its new system can pre-determine the risks associated with the source code of smart contracts in the Ethereum blockchain.

In Fujitsu, there are 6 major risk groups associated with the Ethereum platform. At a time when this is happening, as this can happen.

The new system was developed by the Fujitsu laboratory and its research and development center. It can detect and warn developers about vulnerabilities that can be used to maliciously enter the Ethereum code and ultimately allow criminals to “fake the origin of the transaction.”

The Fujitsu divisions argue that the new technology can point to a specific place in the code that caused the bug to appear.

Recall that previously a group of researchers had retired about a million smart contracts in the Ethnic detachment and found that over 34,000 of them contain critical vulnerabilities that can cause incidents similar to what happened to the Parity wallet, or to lead to other undesirable consequences.

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