Triggers that are activated automatically when you add a Smart Contract

Attack detector

Our detection system identifies any unusual activity and gathers information on suspicious accounts and contracts to prevent any potential interactions with these addresses. You may receive alerts regarding such activity:
A suspicious contract has been detected
Trigger alerts the user in case a contract, created from an account with suspicious activity, is deployed and contains code targeted to the user's smart contract.
Interaction with suspicious contract
The trigger sends a notification to a user when their contract interacts with a previously detected suspicious contract.

Contract State Monitoring

Our monitoring system keeps track of important smart contract events such as Upgraded and OwnershipTransferred. If these events are available in a Smart Contract, our triggers will activate and notify the user when they happened. Notification options include:

Ownership Change

An alert will be sent out when the OwnershipTransferred event was emitted.
If there is a change in the contract's ownership without the consent of the true owner, it could suggest a possible vulnerability in the contract's code or a theft of the real owner's private keys.

Contract Upgrade

In case the Upgraded event was emitted, an alert will be sent through this trigger.
It is highly probable that the attacker will obtain access to the owner's private keys if the contract is upgraded without the owner's consent.

Interactions Analysis

Our system constantly checks the blockchain and uses an algorithm to determine if an account is suspicious. It evaluates various parameters and transaction history to make this determination. If necessary, our system will alert you to any potential issues. Possible notification:
Interaction with suspicious account
If a user's smart contract interacts with an account that has been flagged as suspicious, a notification will be sent. This may not necessarily indicate an imminent attack, but it is advisable to be more cautious about the smart contract and system state. If any suspicious activity is detected, it is recommended to consider adding those accounts to the blacklist (if the feature is available in the smart contract logic).