SafeChain uses advanced algorithms and machine learning techniques to analyze blockchain activity in real time, providing customers with near-instant alerts of any potential security threats or breaches
SafeChain can be configured to automatically respond to security threats, such as rolling back transactions or freezing assets, minimizing the impact of a security breach
SafeChain can be customized to meet the specific needs of a customer's environment, allowing for tailored monitoring and response to potential threats
SafeChain can help customers comply with regulations and standards by providing a comprehensive view of all activities on their blockchain network, making it easier to identify and report any suspicious activity
SafeChain provides detailed reporting on all blockchain activity, including historical data, making it easy for customers to identify patterns or anomalies that may indicate a security threat
SafeChain can monitor multiple blockchain networks, providing customers with a unified view of their blockchain security posture
A smart contract allows an attacker to repeatedly call it and extract its value multiple times
A smart contract does not properly check the return value of a call to another contract, which can lead to the execution of malicious code
A smart contract does not properly validate user input, which can lead to the execution of malicious code or the manipulation of data
A smart contract uses math operations that can overflow or underflow, leading to unintended results
A smart contract calls an external contract without properly checking the return value, which can lead to the execution of malicious code or the manipulation of data
A smart contract does not properly handle large numbers, which can lead to unintended results
A smart contract stores sensitive data in an unsecured manner, which can lead to data breaches
A smart contract is dependent on the timestamp provided by the blockchain network, which can be manipulated by an attacker
A smart contract uses an insecure random number generator, which can be predicted by an attacker
A smart contract does not properly implement access control, which can allow unauthorized parties to access or manipulate data
SafeChain includes a real-time price tracking feature that allows users to know if the value of their assets experiences a significant drop in near real-time. This can help users to detect price drops and respond quickly by taking appropriate action such as selling the asset or holding on to it until the price recovers.
Monitoring pricing drops on-chain can help detect instances of market manipulation, such as when a group of individuals or entities artificially lower the price of a cryptocurrency in order to profit from short-selling.
A sudden and significant drop in price could be an indication of a security breach, such as a hack or a loss of private keys. By using this feature, it's possible to detect such incidents and take appropriate action to minimize the damage.
Users can identify when the value of a particular asset is decreasing and take action to protect their investments, such as selling the asset or holding on to it until the price recovers.
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.
Communicating with the client to understand their requirements and setting the scope of the project.
Based on the requirements, create a detailed plan for the assestment, including the methodology and tools to be used.
Setting up the Safechain and conduct the monitoring according to the plan and documents
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.