Neville Grech
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How can you decompile a smart contract?
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In general as other users commented it is not possible to get back the original source code in practice. In theory, however, both compiled and source applications should produce exactly the same ...

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When a smart contract is deployed, is its source code publicly viewable?
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In general as other users commented it is not possible to get back the original source code in practice. Also, Etherscan.io only lists <1% of contracts with source code. People can use decompilers ...

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Is it possible to create a tool that reads smart contracts and check if it's safe?
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What you are alluding to is static program analysis. In general it's not possible to create a fully automated tool that can check for all vulnerabilities with perfect recall and precision. Good tools ...

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Can someone report me for a Smart Contract bug?
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In theory yes, especially if the damages are large. There are some upcoming legal tools available in some jurisdictions that can protect developers, most notably the legal personality for DAOs in ...

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