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Why we are good at Smart Contracts Security
Application Security Background
Our experience enables us to analyze Smart Contracts in conjunction with frontend and backend. In addition, we analyze the logic of the application for backdoors and discrepancies to the declared behavior.
We work in cooperation with a university group specialized in Smart Contracts. Our team members have academic degrees in Code Analysis.
SmartDec has been solving complex IT problemssince 2009. We are specialists in a wide range of areas: security audit, analysis tools, decompilation, deobfuscation and web development. Our leads have more than 15 years' experience in decompilation and security analysis and hold PhDs in these areas.
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Chief Research Officer
PhD, programmer, chief architect of all IT products. Developer of SmartDec decompiler and SmartTrain distance training system. Lecturer at Lomonosov Moscow State University and Higher School of Economics
Chief Operating Officer
Designs and implements business strategies, manages relationships with partners. Lead analyst of SmartDec training and learning systems.
Technical specialist in Smart Contracts and Solidity language. Technical leader of web server system and static analysis system development.
Chief Analytics Officer
Lead analyst of application security projects, expert on vulnerabilities in mobile and web applications, specialist in blockchain technology and smart contracts.
Business Development Officer
Builds and maintains high-level contacts with current and prospective customers and other business and project partners.
Ethereum security researcher at the University of Luxembourg. Software security specialist. Co-founder of smart contract analysis project.
A. Fokin, E. Derevenetc, A. Chernov and K. Troshina. SmartDec: Approaching C++ Decompilation. In Proceedings of 18th Working Conference on Reverse Engineering. Limerick, Ireland. 17-20 October 2011, pp. 347-356