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What is Smart Contract Audit?
Smart contract audit is a process of analyzing and assessing the security and correctness of smart contracts. With the rise of decentralized applications and blockchain technology, smart contracts have become a crucial part of many projects. However, smart contracts are often complex and can contain vulnerabilities that can lead to hacks or financial losses.
A smart contract audit is performed by a team of experts who review the code, check for security issues, and test the functionality of the smart contract. The audit process helps identify any potential vulnerabilities or weaknesses in the smart contract, and provides recommendations for improving its security and efficiency.
How We Audit
Get a Trust Score for your Smart Contract
The Scrutify score is a numerical rating, on a scale of 0 to 100, that is determined by evaluating various factors such as the number of lines of code and the severity and confidence levels of any identified vulnerabilities.
As seen in the past, smart contract vulnerabilities have been responsible for the loss of millions of dollars. To protect your assets and yourself from such risks, it is highly recommended to conduct a thorough audit of your smart contracts. Doing so will ensure that your contracts are secure, and ready to be used for their intended purpose.
Hack Incidents in 2022
Amount lost to DeFi Hacks in 2022
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Frequently Asked Questions
A smart contract audit is a process of reviewing and testing the security and functionality of a smart contract to identify any potential vulnerabilities or bugs that could lead to loss of funds or other security issues.
A smart contract audit is important to ensure that the contract is secure and functions as intended. If a contract is not audited and a vulnerability is exploited, it could result in the loss of funds or other security issues.
Scrutify uses a combination of manual code review and automated testing tools to conduct a comprehensive security and functionality audit of the smart contract. Our team of experienced auditors will review the code, test the contract on various networks, and provide detailed findings and recommendations.
Scrutify offers two types of smart contract audits: Basic Audit and Pro Audit. Basic Audit provides a high-level overview of the contract, while Pro Audit includes an in-depth analysis and comprehensive results.
The duration of a smart contract audit depends on the complexity of the contract and the level of audit being performed. A Basic Audit can typically be completed within a few hours, while a Pro Audit may take up to a couple of days.