Currently, I am conducting a research regarding the security and privacy vulnerabilities of Quorum-based smart contracts. However, so far I've been struggling to implement attack vectors in order to demonstrate possible attacks. An overflow or reentrancy vulnerability is fairly easy to implement and exploit, but other vulnerabilities listed in the Quorum documentation (https://docs.goquorum.consensys.net/en/stable/Concepts/Security/Framework/DecentralizedApplication/SmartContractsSecurity/#common-contract-vulnerabilities) such as time manipulation are less trivial. Moreover, little academic literature regarding this topic exists. Could you please provide some tips on how to implement these kinds of attack vectors and which tools to use to this end? So far, I have set up the 7nodes example using Docker and I use Remix with the Quorum plugin in order to deploy smart contracts.
Thank you in advance.