LAST WEEK'S RELEASES

LAST WEEK'S RELEASES (3)

Solution to protect crypto assets by fighting fraud, scams, and malicious threats.

Singapore, 29 October 2018 — Sentinel Protocol announces the launch of the Interactive Cooperation Framework API (ICF API). After the successful launch of the UPPward Chrome Extension, a crypto scam protection solution, Sentinel Protocol continues to lead the crypto security industry by arming crypto exchanges and wallet services with its ICF API.

The new ICF API is designed to be integrated with financial software applications to proactively protect crypto assets belonging to organizations and clients from malicious threats. Before completing a transaction, the ICF API enables a financial application to query Sentinel Protocol’s Threat Reputation Database (TRDB) and check whether or not a specific crypto wallet address, URL, domain, or Telegram ID is safe. Within milliseconds, the TRDB sends a response. Depending on the type of response, a pending transaction can be immediately rejected and terminated; an alert or warning could be generated; or the transaction could be allowed if the alert level is low.

The key features of the ICF API are:

- Platform agnostic — can be used by any exchange, wallet, DApp, or application.

- Online access to collective security intelligence data held in the TRDB.

- Validated whitelists and blacklists of crypto wallet addresses, URLs, and domains related with malware, phishing, and scams.

While blockchain’s core technology has earned an excellent reputation for strong security, cryptocurrency assets continue to be stolen on a daily basis. Crypto exchanges and wallet services today have limited capabilities for preventing users from accepting or sending crypto funds to malicious addresses or for identifying malicious URLs associated with phishing and malware.

To address the above needs, the ICF API beta version will be made available to organizations by the end of October for testing and evaluation. The full production version will be deployed in early 2019.

Sentinel Protocol, is the world’s first crowd-sourced threat intelligence platform utilizing the advantages of decentralization to protect cyberspace with blockchain security. It aims to equip individuals and organizations with cybersecurity solutions that protect their valuable cryptocurrency assets from malicious threats, attacks, and fraud. Sentinel Protocol is headquartered in Singapore and has offices in Seoul, South Korea and Tokyo, Japan.

Source:  Medium.

In the Moscow region raised the Auditor blockchain. Thus, the Center of Neuroinnovations, formed with the support of the Rating agency for the evaluation of digital economy projects at Plekhanov University, and the expert-analytical platform “Smart country” (resident of the Phystechpark in Dolgoprudny) announced the launch of the project under the working name Neuro Auditor Blockchain (NeuroB) — which is an artificial intelligence, focused on the fight against fraudulent schemes of fashion technology ICO.

The project will minimize the losses of investors in the blockchain sector, which currently amount to more than $ 9 million per day...

This is a platform based on neural calculations to identify unscrupulous blockchain projects, a kind of Auditor. That is, Scam (fraud) can be shot back on the approach of high-tech guns, and investors will not lose money. The most important task of the project, according to the businessman, to return to ordinary investors in cryptonomicon.

Since the beginning of 2018, 537 ICO have been registered for a total amount of $ 13.7 billion. For comparison, in 2017, 552 ICO were held with the volume of attracted funds of only $ 7 billion. Also, compared to last year, the average ICO size almost doubled: from $ 12.8 million to more than $ 25.5 million...

Source:  Hi-tech News.

Sunday, 21 October 2018 16:44

WAVES KEEPER LAUNCHED

Written by

Waves Ecosystem Comes To Your Browser. Waves has launched an extension to securely sign transactions. Now it is even more convenient to purchase token SICP.

The new Waves Keeper browser extension turns your browser into a keychain that enables you to sign transactions securely on third-party web resources without entering your seed or password. So now, if a Waves-integrated website or dApp requires you to sign a transaction, you can do it with just a couple of clicks, right in your browser.

This is the first version of the browser extension, which currently works only in Google Chrome. In forthcoming releases they are planning to extend its functionality and develop a cross-browser solution, available for all popular browsers.

Source: blog Waves Platform.

About SICP

Security Intelligence Cryptocurrencies Platform - Cybersecurity infrastructure of the blockchain and antifraud in the cryptocurrency sphere. SICP - scam, trust, compliance.

Get In Touch

Address: Russia St. Petersburg Marshal Tukhachevsky 22

Phone: +7 (812) 983-0483

Fax: +7 (812) 983-0483

Email: sicp@ueba.su

Website: www.ueba.su

Join Our Community

Sign up to receive email for the latest information.

Search