Eos Guess Dapp Game Luckygo Is Attack By Trading Blocked

Eos Guess Dapp Game Luckygo Is Attack By Trading Blocked, PeckShield security shield wind control platform DAppShield monitored hackers to launch a continuous attack on the EOS quiz game LuckyGo, profiting hundreds of EOS.

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PeckShield security personnel analysis believes that the way hackers conduct attacks is still a transaction blocking attack (CVE-2019-6199). It is reminded that developers should conduct security tests before the contract goes online, especially to eliminate the threat of known attacks. If necessary, you can seek assistance from a third-party security company to help you complete the black box test and basic security defense deployment before the contract is launched.

Eos Guess Dapp Game Luckygo Ko te whakaeke By Trading Pukotia, PeckShield kaitiaki parepare matapihi whakahaere a DappShield aroturukitia nga kaiwhakatere ki te whakarewa i te whakaeke tonu i runga i te EOS game game LuckyGo, e whakanui ana i te rau o EOS. Kei te whakapono a te kaitono a te PeckShield mo te haumarutanga, ko te huarahi e tukuna ana e nga kaiwhakangungu te whakaeke i te whakaeke (CVE-2019-6199). E whakamaharatia ana me whakahaere nga kaihanga i nga whakamatautau haumaru i mua i te tukunga o te kirimana ki te ipurangi, ina koa ki te whakakore i te riri o nga whakaeke rongonui. Ki te hiahiatia, ka taea e koe te rapu awhina mai i tetahi kamupene haumaru-tuatoru hei awhina ia koe ki te whakaoti i te whakamatautau pouaka pango me te whakawhitinga o te haumarutanga o te haumaru i mua i te whakarewaina o te kirimana