View Revisions: Issue #3476

Summary 0003476: evil exchange testsuite
Revision 2016-05-04 06:50 by Christian Grothoff
Description There should be an "evil" exchange testsuite, which tries to trigger edge- or error cases in the customer implementation.

Preferably, the result of these test cases should be that the customer can always construct a cryptographic proof that demonstrates the exchange's failure. This is of course only possible for byzantine failures, and not for denial-of-service.
Revision 2014-07-01 18:49 by Florian Dold
Description There should be an "evil" mint testsuite, which tries to trigger edge- or error cases in the customer implementation.

Preferably, the result of these test cases should be that the customer can always construct a cryptographic proof that demonstrates the mint's failure. This is of course only possible for byzantine failures, and not for denial-of-service.