Our smart contract security audits adhere to a stringent process, with the objective of detecting even the most inventive and elusive vulnerabilities, exploits, and loopholes within the protocol logic.
- Extensive Manual Code Review
- Identification logical flaws
- Vulnerability detection and analysis (e.g., reentrancy, gas limit, flash loan attacks, etc.)
- Detect inconsistencies with the desired security model
- Verification of the fixed code version with all the recommendations and their statuses
Intermediate Audit Report
Сontains all vulnerabilities found and the recommended fixes to mitigate them. It helps the developer's team to start fixing the issues long before our final audit report.
Final Audit Report
Our final audit report outlines all of the logical errors, inconsistencies, and vulnerabilities discovered during the audit and recommendations for how to fix them. Can be made public at the client's discretion.
How does it work
Visit our GitHub to see a full list of audited contracts
A blockchain security audit is a thorough examination of a blockchain application, often focused on smart contracts, to identify vulnerabilities and ensure that it functions as intended without any security flaws.
Blockchain audits are crucial to ensure the safety of funds and user data, to maintain the trustworthiness of a decentralized system, and to prevent potential exploits or attacks that could compromise the network or its participants.
The duration varies based on the complexity of the application and depth of the audit. Typically, it can range from a few days for simple contracts to several weeks for intricate systems.
Some common vulnerabilities include reentrancy attacks, overflow and underflow errors, unchecked external calls, and issues in access control, among others.
Initial audits are essential before launch. However, subsequent audits should be considered after significant updates, or annually to ensure evolving security standards are met.
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