(C) Reuters. Startup Finds and Patches Vulnerability in Code for Facebook’s Libra
Developers working for startup OpenZeppelin, a third-party audit firm specializing in cryptocurrency, have discovered and patched a vulnerability in Facebook’s Libra’s open-source code.
According to an article by Coindesk on Sept. 10, the crypto auditing firm found vulnerabilities in Move, which is a scripting language developed by Facebook (NASDAQ:FB) for its stablecoin Libra. OpenZeppelin’s CEO Demian Brener said that the vulnerability would have enabled malicious actors to introduce executable code to smart contracts. He continued:
Startup Finds and Patches Vulnerability in Code for Facebook’s Libra
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