OSWAR - Open Standard Web3 Attack Reference
OSWAR (Open Standard Web3 Attack Reference) is an open framework that offers a systematic and actionable approach to understanding attacker behaviors, techniques, and vulnerabilities unique to Web3 technologies. It provides a clear and structured view of adversaries' tactics, techniques, and procedures in decentralized systems, such as blockchain platforms and dApps.
OSWAR is designed for a wide range of audiences, including web3 security enthusiasts, security experts, Web3 developers, researchers, and organizations working with decentralized technologies. The framework aims to enhance the understanding of Web3-related attacks and promote secure development practices across the ecosystem.
The primary purpose of OSWAR is to provide a comprehensive and structured reference for Web3-related attacks and vulnerabilities. By offering detailed information about potential threats, the framework helps users adopt effective security measures, develop secure applications, and maintain a robust decentralized ecosystem.
While the MITRE ATT&CK framework offers a broad perspective on cybersecurity threats and covers a wide range of technologies related to “Web2”, OSWAR is specifically tailored to address the unique security challenges and attack vectors associated with Web3 technologies. OSWAR is its own unique framework and provides in-depth insights into decentralized systems, such as blockchain platforms and dApps.
OSWAR provides Web3 developers with a valuable resource to understand the various attack vectors, techniques, and vulnerabilities that can impact decentralized systems. By using OSWAR as a reference with its actionable real-world examples, developers can learn about best practices for secure development, identify potential weaknesses in their applications, and implement effective countermeasures to protect against Web3-specific threats.
OSWAR is an open standard, and contributions from the community are essential for its growth and development. Security experts, researchers, and developers can contribute by sharing their knowledge, reporting new attack vectors or vulnerabilities, and providing feedback on existing entries. Collaboration helps ensure that OSWAR remains up-to-date and relevant to the ever-evolving Web3 landscape.
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