Public Ledgers made it possible to unite transparency and security while shifting the base framework of the process behind the scenes, eliminating intermediaries, and in some cases even cheapening the cost of an operation. Despite the robustness of the distributed ledger technology and its irrefutable quality of security and invulnerability to outside manipulation, there is still a myriad of methods utilized that are employed in order to undermine the rigidity aspect, not of the entire technology but rather individuals actively interacting within it. Specifically, Blockchain being codified and secured by the cryptographic hash functions is impenetrable to simple brute hacking attempts that are focused on deciphering it. Bypass approaches on the other hand can be manifold. Ranging from social engineering, wallet fishing, and negligence, to more sophisticated exploits via smart contract backdoor techniques. In this vein when talking about the security of the network it is essential to consider the outer layer of confidentiality, soundness of code, and absence of malevolently hidden loopholes or backdoors.