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A blockchain protocol governs the creation, validation, and communication of blocks and transactions within a decentralized digital ledger. With a Blockchain Protocol Audit, we can research the inner workings to discover inherent vulnerabilities and analyze core subsystems & internal architecture to understand and fix vulnerabilities.
Critical vulnerabilities may put at risk that projects built on your protocol.
Get advice on how to make your protocol more functional
Audit is the answer to the question “Is this Layer-1 project secure?”
Modular blockchains have stand-alone purposes, so other blockchains can tap into them. They can be a settlement layer, consensus layer, or any other blockchain layer. They often have complex architecture due to their robust systems.
Highly technical DeFi bridges often suffice as protocols. They always have millions of funds in their vaults. Prime target of hackers.
Monolithic blockchains stack up the consensus layer, settlement layer, execution layer, and application layer within a single blockchain.Their architecture is always more complex and susceptible to hacks.
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Comprehensive evaluation of logic flaws.
Detect and fix consensus mechanism flaws.
Evaluation of third-party dependencies.
Detect and protect against network vulnerabilities.
Evaluation of cryptography and keys.
Receive high-quality recommendations to fix all detected vulnerabilities.
1-Share documentation & codebase for assessment. 2-Agree on the scope. 3-Provide final quote
1-Audit your protocol to detect vulnerabilities. 2-Report findings. 3-Recommend fixes.
1-Go over the codebase again. 2-Help out if need be. 3-Confirm every discovered vulnerability is fixed.
1-Offer protocol audit certification. 2-Integrate the Hacken badge on your website. 3-Promotion on our global media platforms
“Blockchain protocols are the foundation of Web3. Vulnerabilities in protocols can result in dozens of projects being exploited by bad actors. The security of all their users depends on the quality of the audit. It is a high level of responsibility that does not let us make any mistake”
1. Chain Configuration: Blockchain configuration parameters review (i.e., milestones/forks versions epoch length, block per second rate)
2. Initial Supply: This is the stage where we review the Initial token allocations in a protocol.
3. Validator accounts: Extraction and identification of validator accounts and extraData field analysis.
4. Consensus: IBFT 2.0 Consensus review and attack scenarios analysis (i.e., liveness).
5. Initial code & smart contracts: Byte code integrity review, compiled solidity smart contracts vs byte code deployed at the genesis block.
6. White paper: White paper review and implementation.
We also run transaction, consensus, fuzz, and stress tests in the node to ensure 360-degree node security!
Cryptography and Keys, Accounts, Consensus Mechanism, P2P, Integrations, Chain, RPC, Execution Environment.
Upon completing the blockchain audit, you will be able to integrate the badge “Audited by Hacken” into your website.
If your project meets Hacken’s partnership requirements, we will offer you an extended service package including marketing activities.
Project summary and scores for code, architecture, documentation and security.
Classification of vulnerabilities depending on their severity.
Step-by-step recommendations on how to fix all issues.
Full scope of the audited components of the protocol.
Years of Expertise
A set of rules governing the creation, validation, and communication of blocks and transactions within a decentralized digital ledger.
Deep research into the inner workings of a protocol to discover inherent vulnerabilities. Analyses of core protocol subsystems, internal architecture, known attack vectors and vulnerabilities.
Eliminate weaknesses that hackers can exploit. Analyze attack vectors. Fix potential architectural or deployment problems. Protect users’ funds and trust.