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Social engineering, fraud and phishing remain potential threats even to protected systems.
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Users of a blockchain network can be targeted by phishing attacks. Scammers create fake ICO websites and hubs to trick users into making payments to fake wallets. Configuration flaws as well as insecure data storage and transfers may cause leaks of sensitive information. Control of a system can be seized due to bugs in the code. This is even more dangerous when there are centralized components within the platform.
Many ICO and crypto-exchange websites are vulnerable to DDoS attacks. They need comprehensive protection to harden security and minimize security breaches.
Smart contracts and the blockchain code may contain bugs or even major backdoors. These can be an entry point for hackers.
Not every blockchain application is decentralized. Crypto exchanges still have strong centralized aspects that present an attractive target for attackers.
Social engineering, fraud and phishing remain potential threats even to highly protected systems such as blockchains, with scammers capable of eliciting users' login credentials.
In some cases, if over 50% of the blockchain power is controlled by the attackers, they will be able to verify fraudulent transactions.
Most users tend to be unfamiliar with basic cybersecurity measures and don't know how to react in the event of an attack.