OpenZeppelin, a provider of Blockchain security solutions, has introduced Defender 2.0, a developer security platform designed for mission-critical coding, auditing, deploying, and monitoring of Blockchain-based applications.
Smart contracts, which are essential to decentralized applications, can be created, deployed, and managed by Blockchain developers using Defender as an operational platform. An example of this kind of code is smart contracts, which enable streamlined transactions and do away with middlemen by self-executing when specific criteria are met.
Blockchain-based smart contracts that regulate interparty transactions are frequently linked to cryptocurrencies. They are frequently targeted by malicious parties because of their coding’s potential for flaws and exploits.