mythril VS smart-contract-best-practices

Compare mythril vs smart-contract-best-practices and see what are their differences.


Security analysis tool for EVM bytecode. Supports smart contracts built for Ethereum, Hedera, Quorum, Vechain, Roostock, Tron and other EVM-compatible blockchains. (by ConsenSys)
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Posts with mentions or reviews of mythril. We have used some of these posts to build our list of alternatives and similar projects. The last one was on 2022-03-09.
  • Static analysis of smartcontracts?
    2 projects | | 9 Mar 2022
    There are some paid tools and some free ones. A few that come to mind are ConsenSys MythX (based in part on the open-source Mythril), ShiftLeft, Oyente, Octopus… maybe best to just check out ETHSecurity’s list.
  • Formal Verification Methods in industry
    4 projects | | 31 Jan 2022
    When you say "formal verification methods", what kind of techniques are you interested in? While using interactive theorem provers will most likely not become very widespread, there are plenty of tools that use formal techniques to give more correctness guarantees. These tools might give some guarantees, but do not guarantee complete functional correctness. WireGuard (VPN tunnel) is I think a very interesting application where they verified the protocol. There are also some tools in use, e.g. Mythril and CrossHair, that focus on detecting bugs using symbolic execution. There's also INFER from Facebook/Meta which tries to verify memory safety automatically. The following GitHub repo might also interest you, it lists some companies that use formal methods: practical-fm
  • Please check this if you are looking for a good tokenomics project.
    1 project | | 30 Apr 2021
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  • What kind of Ethereum node/API/setup do I need for these use cases?
    2 projects | | 27 Apr 2021
    ability to run security analysis on contracts using for .e.g.


Posts with mentions or reviews of smart-contract-best-practices. We have used some of these posts to build our list of alternatives and similar projects. The last one was on 2022-03-30.

What are some alternatives?

When comparing mythril and smart-contract-best-practices you can also consider the following projects:

manticore - Symbolic execution tool

truffle - A tool for developing smart contracts. Crafted with the finest cacaos.

tatum-js - Tatum API client to access Tatum blockchain infrastructure

pyteal - Algorand Smart Contracts in Python

solc-select - Manage and switch between Solidity compiler versions

js-xss - Sanitize untrusted HTML (to prevent XSS) with a configuration specified by a Whitelist

RideX - A Decentralized Riding System


web3j - Lightweight Java and Android library for integration with Ethereum clients

concordium-rust-smart-contracts - Standard library for writing smart contracts for the Concordium blockchain.

solidity-template - Combines Hardhat, TypeChain, Ethers, Waffle, Solhint, Solcover and Prettier

public-cookbooks - The central repository of public Sensei cookbooks