fio.etl is a project that indexes the FIO Protocol blockchain. It uses EOS Chronicle to
consume blocks, performs various transforms on the data, and stores it in elasticsearch.
It differs from Hyperion in two significant ways, fio.etl does not attempt to provide a history
node alternative, and it performs deeper analysis of the data in a transaction to allow querying
and charting data that is not otherwise possible with Hyperion.
Cryptonym is a development and testing tool for the FIO Protocol blockchain (an EOSIO fork.) Although it is a full-featured wallet, it was designed for penetration-testing FIO’s smart contracts. It employs several unique features that are inspired by web-application pen-test tools. Interactive testing of smart-contracts offers several obstacles, especially around serialization and signing transactions − things that just cannot happen in an off-the-shelf intercepting proxy.
Before releasing the tool it was “de-fanged” removing the most dangerous attack features, however, it is still quite capable: offering several fuzzers, multi-threaded workers, ABI mutation, and other useful testing features.
As a tool for developers it has some convenient features that can greatly assist in interacting with the nodeos APIs, and smart contracts. There are also tools to assist with (advanced) table queries, interacting with the HTTP APIs, and much more.
 Source: “cryptonym,” Merriam-Webster.com Dictionary, https://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/cryptonym. Accessed 1/22/2021.
Ephemera is a serverless web-application (AWS: Lambda + API Gateway + KMS + DynamoDB + S3 + Cloudfront) for sharing a secret. It accepts some input that a user wants to share, and generates a URL that can be used to retrieve the secret.
Links are only good once, and up to three layers of encryption can be used. Sure, it’s not an original idea, but almost all of the others are doing it wrong. See the “help” in the application, or visit GitHub for the implementation details.
Fio Watch is a desktop application that monitors the FIO Blockchain (technically it’s capable of working on most EOSIO chains, but attempts to load every ABI at start, so it wouldn’t do well on a general-purpose chain.)
It uses the P2P protocol to get blocks instead of the HTTP Plugin. This makes it much
less intrusive than repeatedly calling
get_block every 500 milliseconds.
@blockpane is the maintainer of ‘fio-go’ a Go library based on eos-go for the FIO Protocol.
A medium-interaction honeypot emulating an unlocked Ethereum wallet.
The honeywallet is a product of the 2019 ethdenver hackathon. It will start a geth daemon, a proxy that rewrites several rpc-api calls returned from geth to fake an unlocked wallet, logs the incoming attacks, and has a simple dashboard showing the data. It includes a network graph that displays the relationships between the attacker’s IP addresses, and ether addresses used.