CryptoHelm detects unverified contracts addresses in dapps and prevents scam and phishing. Web3 Antivirus, NFT and wallet protector
CryptoHelm is your web3 companion and protector It will help you both better understand the security of a crypto dapp while also understanding how it is built and used by other users. It’s meant as a tool for crypto enthusiasts as well a security researchers to find unverified contracts used by dapps. Original Features => Scans source code of the dapp to detect “0x” smart contract addresses and see if their smart contracts are verified on more than 10 chains (Ethereum, Polygon, Optimism, Arbitrum, Celo, Avalanche, Fantom, Moonbeam, BSC, Gnosis Chain). It will then classify those addresses into tokens, NFTs, verified contracts, unverified contracts, non contracts etc.. => Shows you the defillama stats including : TVL, FDV Market cap and if audits were made for this project. => Explore page, discover and never have to look again for which product to use Features in common with other web3 antivirus extensions => Anti-Phishing => Checks your chrome extension wallets are up to date (Metamask and Frame Companion) => Code is open source : https://github.com/hugoroussel/cryptohelm/ Features not supported (check Pocket Universe for NFT tx simulation) => No transaction simulation => No transaction analysis Other important information : => False positives are possible (proxy contracts & precompiles) => We DO NOT collect your wallet address => We DO NOT & CANNOT initiate/verify transactions for you Feedback : Shoot us a message at @getcryptohelm on Twitter. DISCLAIMER : A Dapp creator can easily hide contract addresses from the source code of the website via different techniques of code obfuscation among others. A “verified” contract only means that is code is open source not that it’s not malicious.
- (2022-12-29) Nathan: This is really helpful