Identify potential threats and attack vectors that could be used to compromise the security of the blockchain protocol.
Ensure that the blockchain network functions properly and performs as intended, which is essential for maintaining the trust of users and stakeholders
Ensure that the blockchain system is compliant with relevant regulations and industry standards, reducing the risk of legal or regulatory issues.
Provide greater transparency into the blockchain system's operations, making it easier to identify errors or inconsistencies and address them quickly
Help build trust and confidence in the blockchain system among users, investors, and other stakeholders, which can enhance its reputation and value
Reviewing your organization's cloud infrastructure, including servers, networks, and storage, as well as the architecture of the systems and how they are configured
Understand the consensus mechanism used by the blockchain protocol. This will help to identify any potential weaknesses in the mechanism that could be exploited
Perform a thorough code review of the blockchain protocol, looking for potential vulnerabilities, such as buffer overflow, SQL injection, and other common software vulnerabilities
Use automated testing tools to test the code for potential vulnerabilities. This includes unit testing, integration testing, and regression testing
Perform penetration testing to simulate a real-world attack on the blockchain protocol. This includes trying to exploit vulnerabilities identified during the code review and testing
Evaluate the blockchain protocol for compliance with relevant regulations and industry standards
Evaluate the blockchain protocol's compatibility with other blockchain networks and systems, ensuring that the protocol can interact with other systems in the ecosystem
Evaluate the blockchain protocol's performance, including its scalability, gas consumption, and usability
Create a detailed report of the audit findings, including any vulnerabilities or issues identified, and recommendations for addressing them
Provide assistance with addressing any issues or vulnerabilities identified during the audit, including guidance on how to remediate the issues
|Network Layer||P2P||Sybil Attack|
|P2P||Denial of Service Attack|
|P2P||BGP Hijack Attack|
|RPC||Denial of Service Attack|
|RPC||The Ethereum Black Valentine's Day Vulnerability|
|RPC||HTTP Input Attack|
|RPC||Cross-Domain Phishing Attack|
|Ledger Layer||Consensus||Long Range Attack|
|Alternative Historical Attack|
|Coin Age Accumulation Attack|
|Block Double Production|
|Private Key Prediction|
|Length Extension Attack|
|Transaction||Double Spend Attack|
|Transaction Malleability Attack|
|Time-Locked Transaction Attack|
|False Top-Up Attack|
|Rug Pull Attack|
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The CyStack Audit Team is a group of highly skilled security testers who use a goal-oriented approach to testing, refined through years of experience and extensive testing. Our team members have a unique blend of app development and security testing expertise, enabling them to conduct comprehensive security evaluations that uncover potential risks for organizations.
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After finishing the penetration testing, you will receive a security certificate which serves as proof that your system has undergone rigorous testing and has been certified safe by our team of security experts.
By obtaining this certificate, you can demonstrate to your customers and partners that you take security seriously and have taken steps to ensure the protection of their sensitive data. This can also be used to showcase your commitment to security and can help differentiate your company from competitors who may not have undergone similar testing.
CyStack's pentest provides comprehensive testing that encompasses all the essential requirements necessary to attain compliance with ISO 27001, HIPAA, SOC2, GDPR standards, and other frameworks.
Communicating with the client to understand their requirements and setting the scope of the project.
Defining the objectives, timeline, budget, and resources required for the project.
Conducting the actual penetration testing, which includes reconnaissance, scanning, exploitation.
Reporting vulnerabilities immediately after finding out via CyStack vulnerability management platform.
Archiving project-related data and officially closing the project.
Communicating with the client to ensure that all recommendations are implemented and verifying that the system is secure.
Presenting the findings in a detailed report that includes executive summary and detailed vulnerability.
The client fixes issues through the recommendations from CyStack.