Slither has given a recommendation to not use >0.5.11 solidity version.
- Does OpenZepplin team agree with the general idea that “older versions, unless having a known vulnerability, are more secure”?
- What is the most recent version of solidity that OpenZepplin team “recommends”? (I’m guessing whatever version the current contracts library uses is “good enough” in your eyes security wise?
The reason I am asking this is that I have a contract that is targeting 0.7.0, but it is easily ported to 0.6.12 and 0.5.11.
I am wondering if my choice of compiler target will greatly affect security in some ways, and would like OpenZepplin’s opinion on which version to target for a security conscious contract.
Thanks in advanced!