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Purpose: I aim to provide a cursory glance at a fundamental problem of perspective in the crypto-community: The lack of focus on smart contract security — And what developers, dedicated to the successful future of blockchain, are doing about it.
Purpose: I aim to provide some insight on the importance of smart contract security audits from the perspective of a project development team and community members. This article, like the last, will remain relatively high-level to appeal to the layman crypto user
We aspire to help build security standards in the blockchain ecosystem
Smart contracts are examined for areas where external code can execute improperly or harmfully.
Testing the range of potential input data used to call functions ensures that contracts are not susceptible to attack vectors exposed by the EVM Application Binary Interface.
A Security Specification Model is generated, against which contracts are tested for adherence to intended functionality.
Code execution is mapped out to all potential paths to assess different final states that can be achieved.
Contracts are work-shopped in cooperation with development teams to account for possible Worst Case Scenarios and related fallback mechanisms.
A report is compiled describing the depth and breadth of the audit, key findings, and specific fixes made by the project team.