The initial step is the team and the auditing group agreeing on the scope and specifications of the audit. It means that the design, purpose, architecture and other details of the smart contract are given to the auditors.
Automated bug detection and analysis tools are also used to look for commonly known vulnerabilities in the contracts. Finally, auditors manually inspect the code to understand the developer’s intentions and interpret the findings in that context. Finally, the report is issued with the findings and the applied fixes by the team.
After contacting us, our engineers will manually review your source code. At this point our engineers will audit your source code manually to get a rough idea of the scope of the audit.
Our team will send you a proposal that’ll be tailored to your project. We extend our pricing at reasonable rates since we understand that security mustn’t be compromised at any cost.
We enforce diligent verification, steady analysis, and standard evaluation. In contrast to conventional security audits, validated verification mathematically demonstrates that the code segment would work as planned, by checking all scenarios.
Our team will present a preliminary report, comprising of all vulnerabilities ranging from critical to informational, once the auditing is completed. Nevertheless, we offer unlimited re-auditing, entirely free of charge.
An audit report is generated along with a cryptographically secured badge, after the final examination. The badge encloses a scannable QR code, in order to verify the authenticity of an effective audit.