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Defender is Expanding Mainnet Access for All

By making Defender free, more projects can scale while protecting users from known and unknown security risks.

Introducing the Smart Contract Security Registry

We are proud to announce the open source Smart Contract Security Registry. Effective security not only requires continuous effort, but also timely access to critical information.

OpenZeppelin Contracts 4.3

This new release includes a modular system of contracts for on-chain governance, based on GovernorAlpha and GovernorBravo, covered more in depth in our Governor announcement.

Introducing OpenZeppelin Governor

Next Generation Smart Contract Governance: We are pleased to announce OpenZeppelin Governor, a critical governance offering released in Contracts 4.3

Introducing OpenZeppelin Subgraphs

We are thrilled to announce that OpenZeppelin Contracts will be integrating The Graph’s subgraphs, combining two of the most important building blocks of the open economy.

Introducing the OpenZeppelin Secure Development Series

Our latest speaker series, Secure Development is aimed to help improve security practices for the next generation of Solidity developers.

OpenZeppelin Contracts 4.2

This release introduces our latest work on governance contracts, gas cost reductions, new helper functions, and the ERC20Wrapper extension. In the future, we plan to release major governance features that will further enhance this update. Read on to learn more!

Developers Can Now Register and Manage Chainlink Keeper Jobs with OpenZeppelin Defender

We are excited to announce integrated support for the Chainlink Keepers Open Beta directly within the OpenZeppelin Defender platform—the leading security operations suite for Ethereum and EVM-based chains.

Moonbeam Integrates with OpenZeppelin to Provide Best-in-Class Security Tools to Developers

Moonbeam, the Ethereum-compatible smart contract platform on Polkadot, announced an integration with OpenZeppelin, an open-source framework to build secure smart contracts. This integration provides Moonbeam developers

FEI Post Mortem

On Sunday May 2nd, 2021, the Fei Labs team identified an economic vulnerability that affected the Fei Protocol, which would have allowed an attacker to drain funds from the ETH-FEI Uniswap pool. The team immediately paused the relevant functionality, and no funds were lost. The Fei team reached out to the OpenZeppelin team, and we worked together to ensure a secure fix for the issue was found.

Defender is Expanding Mainnet Access for All

By making Defender free, more projects can scale while protecting users from known and unknown…

Read More

Introducing the Smart Contract Security Registry

We are proud to announce the open source Smart Contract Security Registry. Effective security not…

Read More

OpenZeppelin Contracts 4.3

This new release includes a modular system of contracts for on-chain governance, based on…

Read More

Introducing OpenZeppelin Governor

Next Generation Smart Contract Governance: We are pleased to announce OpenZeppelin Governor, a…

Read More

Introducing OpenZeppelin Subgraphs

We are thrilled to announce that OpenZeppelin Contracts will be integrating The Graph’s subgraphs,…

Read More

Introducing the OpenZeppelin Secure Development Series

Our latest speaker series, Secure Development is aimed to help improve security practices for the…

Read More

OpenZeppelin Contracts 4.2

This release introduces our latest work on governance contracts, gas cost reductions, new helper…

Read More

Developers Can Now Register and Manage Chainlink Keeper Jobs with OpenZeppelin Defender

We are excited to announce integrated support for the Chainlink Keepers Open Beta directly within…

Read More

Moonbeam Integrates with OpenZeppelin to Provide Best-in-Class Security Tools to Developers

Moonbeam, the Ethereum-compatible smart contract platform on Polkadot, announced an integration…

Read More

FEI Post Mortem

On Sunday May 2nd, 2021, the Fei Labs team identified an economic vulnerability that affected the…

Read More