Cryptography vulnerabilities

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Cryptography vulnerabilities refer to weaknesses or flaws in cryptographic systems and algorithms that can potentially be exploited by malicious actors to compromise the security and confidentiality of data. These vulnerabilities may arise from design flaws, implementation errors, or advancements in computational power that make certain cryptographic techniques obsolete. Addressing and mitigating cryptography vulnerabilities is crucial in maintaining the integrity and privacy of digital communications, especially within the Web3 ecosystem, where cryptography plays a pivotal role in securing transactions, identities, and data across decentralized networks.


Zero Knowledge vulnerabilities

MPC vulnerabilities

Elliptic Curve vulnerabilities


Merkle Tree vulnerability