Smart contracts have always been a victim of attackers. Almost daily, projects lose money and the trust of their users due to avoidable bugs. Audits are an excellent way to protect yourself from these risks.
At byterocket, we take your security very seriously. We are continually striving to find new methods to protect you and find bugs early.
We are working with Smart Contracts on Ethereum since early 2017, so we have our fair share of experience. We look at every new bug and exploit there is to protect our customers. Additionally, we always strive to stay on top of current developments by being part of the community ourselves.
Multiple auditors go through the smart contract code - line by line - looking for bugs and potential vulnerabilities. We profoundly analyze the implemented logic and its implementation.
Having concluded a manual analysis, we leverage state-of-the-art software to analyze and test your code even further, including methods like fuzz-testing. Additionally, we deploy your smart contracts to a testnet to see how it behaves in reality.
Having finished the review and analysis independently, our auditors now internally discuss their findings and go through the code once more. The discussion includes possible attack vectors and challenging the protocol in theory and practice.
We host public audit reports on IPFS, so they are here to stay. Even if we go down, your report is always available.
Reports Are Signed On-Chain
We sign the IPFS Hash of the uploaded report on-chain, together with the client. Users can now trust the report and its content.
Our on-chain registry records the address of your deployed contract. Users can check whether it's the audited version.