Japanese it giant Fujitsu has unveiled a new technology that, according to the company, can help to reduce problems with smart contracts with Ethereum.

In a statement issued on Wednesday, Fujitsu said the new system aims to detect early the risks associated with the source code of the smart contract.

According to Fujitsu, currently, there are six common risks associated with the Ethereum platform. Although existing technology could solve most of them, the determination of the authenticity of the source of the call remains problematic.

The new system, which is the result of joint efforts of the laboratory of Fujitsu and its research center, will alert the developers of any source code vulnerabilities that can be exploited.

In addition, two units claim that the new technology can pinpoint the location of these bugs in the code.

Note that Fujitsu also announced it will expand its research and efforts in the area of the blockchain to help commercialize the technology Hyperledger Fabric developed by blockchain consortium is a member of Fujitsu. This project is scheduled for completion in 2018.