Dec 17, 2020
The current security solutions in DeFi are static smart contract audits, which are effective in finding vulnerabilities before the DeFi app goes live. However, once the app goes live and interacts with unaudited contracts, the whole static audit becomes almost obsolete. Add that unaudited code updates and unmonitored DeFi protocols, any vulnerability becomes open to manipulations by malicious actors. Fortress is a real-time smart contract audit, managed by a sophisticated threat detection and response engine that protects DeFi protocols at runtime.
Real-time Security Audit Engine
Fortress Real-time Security Audit Engine runs a live security audit to DeFi app’s smart contracts and the contracts it interacts with — before a predefined function executes or an on-chain transaction happens. It assumes that the contracts already have a static security audit so it maintains the validity of that audit.
Threat Detection and Response Engine
Fortress Threat Detection and Response Engine uses anomaly detection and machine learning to monitor and analyze DeFi app’s streaming metrics in real-time. It collects contract and transaction metrics on-chain to find threat patterns in abnormal actions such as large fund transfers and high frequency calls.
Time-Wrapped Price Feed Oracle
Fortress Time-Wrapped Price Oracle is an on-chain price feed oracle that interacts with Uniswap v2 in a trustless and decentralized way. Through the use of cumulative price-time values and storage slots, it is expensive to manipulate over small periods of time, and impossible to manipulate in a single transaction.
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