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Dominik Muhs
Backend and security engineering at ConsenSys Diligence/MythX. Personal account, professional content is entirely accidental. - he/him
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Dominik Muhs Oct 22
is doing an amazing job at moderating the !
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Dominik Muhs Oct 22
Replying to @r0wdy_
If this is the future of cyber security I'll retrain to become a florist.
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Dominik Muhs Oct 22
Replying to @maurelian_
Gotta get that nice badge for the website
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Dominik Muhs Oct 20
Go out, scan your nodes, have fun. Have some tea. Stay safe out there!
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Dominik Muhs Oct 17
Want to see more maintenance and tests for my Ethereum-related open-source projects? I just signed up for ! You know what to do. :D
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Dominik Muhs Oct 14
Pelican! ❤️
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Dominik Muhs Oct 10
Replying to @deanpierce
Coding Freedom is a pretty decent book doing a sociological analysis of the opensource hacker scene. A bit dry at times, but overall a 7/10 :)
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ellory smith Oct 8
Jeff Bezos could give each of his employees $105,000 and he would have exactly as much money as he did pre-pandemic but instead he’ll donate 200 laptops to middle schoolers and be considered a philanthropist
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Dominik Muhs Oct 7
Replying to @CoinCornerMatt
As a "Bitcoin Core Contributor", it should take you 30 minutes to hack up a script to prove otherwise, mate. Unless your contributions were typo fixes.
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Dominik Muhs Oct 7
RPC methods in Ethereum 1.0 are broken. So much custom stuff going on, it's hard to even map the complete attack surface. I'm writing this at 2AM. No punchline.
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Dominik Muhs Oct 7
Replying to @GNSPS @sbetamc
definitely deserves more kudos for putting this together over and over again. ❤️ Especially security in Ethereum is hard to keep up with.
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ConsenSys Diligence Oct 7
One of our Security Engineers, , has just published an attack framework that makes it easier to scan Ethereum nodes for vulnerabilities! Check it out, play around, and hit him up with cool ideas on what other vectors to cover!
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Dominik Muhs Oct 7
Someone sent a package with a spinning top to my home address. I'm not even sure whether to interpret this as a gift or a threat.
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Dominik Muhs Oct 5
Replying to @cleanunicorn
Me? I would never do such an evil thing - robbing an honest scammer of their loot and flooding their DB with bullshit data until their free plan runs out.
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Dominik Muhs Oct 5
Word on the street's that if you're a little BIP39 scammer bitch and using Firebase to store your stolen creds, someone is currently polluting all your pretty DBs with valid random keys. 👀
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Joran Honig Sep 30
Check out this Twitter list I made: Ethereum Security Feed 🦁 A collection of though-leaders and researchers in the Ethereum security community
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Dominik Muhs Sep 29
What a shit show But hey, Biden saying "Just shut up man" pretty much sums it up.
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Sarah Cooper Sep 29
How am I more nervous now than I was in 2016
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Dominik Muhs Sep 28
Replying to @josephch
I really want to add eth2 scan modules next! Once I get a good grasp of what's possible with the node APIs :)
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Dominik Muhs Sep 28
Replying to @lethalspoons
Before I forget: It's a side project and untested. 😄
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