Identify vulnerabilities and potential attack vectors that may compromise the security of the contract
Ensure that the contract's code accurately reflects the intended agreement between the parties involved
Ensure that the contract is compliant with relevant regulations and industry standards, reducing the risk of legal or regulatory issues
Identify inefficiencies in the code that may lead to unnecessary costs or delays
Help build trust and confidence in the contract among users, investors, and other stakeholders, enhancing its reputation and value
Setting the scope of the audit, identifying the stakeholders, and gathering all relevant documentation, such as the whitepaper, smart contract code, and design documents
Identifying potential threats and vulnerabilities that may affect the smart contract. This includes analyzing the smart contract's functionality, data flow, and external interactions to identify any potential attack vectors
Reviewing the smart contract code to identify any bugs, errors, or vulnerabilities. This can be done manually by an experienced developer or by using automated tools to help identify potential issues. CyStack also uses SafeChain, an automated blockchain vulnerability scanner built by our team, for this stage
Executing the smart contract on a test network and performing various types of testing, such as unit testing, functional testing, and security testing
Documenting the findings of the audit and providing a report that includes an overview of the audit, a list of identified issues, and recommendations for remediation
Implementing any recommended changes to the smart contract code to fix identified issues and vulnerabilities
Re-executing the smart contract on the test network to ensure that the identified issues have been resolved and that the smart contract is now secure
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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.
Members of this team are also regular speakers at world-known cyber security conferences and also talented bug hunters who discovered many critical vulnerabilities in the products and are acknowledged in the Hall of Fame of global tech giants such as IBM, HP, Daimler, Microsoft, Alibaba, etc.
CyStack also offers a bug bounty platform WhiteHub.net that enables access to over 3000 security researchers to discover critical vulnerabilities in products, including those not discoverable by using traditional solutions and automated tools.
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.
Conducting the actual audit, which includes source code review and dynamic tests.
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.