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From the very beginning of the project, while you are managing public communications and marketing, estimating key milestones and looking for strategic alliances, attackers are also collecting information about you. Targeted attacks, including DDoS, can be launched either during the design and beta-testing stages or after the project’s global roll-out. Sometimes these attacks are funded by unscrupulous competitors. Before an intrusion, hackers conduct in-depth research on technological and design weaknesses of the platform. In most cases this focuses on the web layer, because it can be unstable and unsafe. Fake beta testers, partners or dedicated development teams may seek to gain access to the project platform. They use their access to find bugs and exploit them.
Probing with malware, phishing, social engineering.
Targeted attacks aim to get inside and inject malicious code into the project's source code.
Secret keys from client wallets can be stolen.
Attempts to get inside and plant a backdoor or steal credentials for remote access.
Attacks via third parties such as fake beta testers.
Cryptocurrency clients may contain malicious code.