Tron smart contract audit in a nutshell
Attack Vulnerability Tests
Here the team conducts an audit to check whether there are vulnerabilities in the code that hackers can exploit.
Detail Vulnerabilities & Concerns
The team checks for any vulnerabilities that may have slipped through the cracks and suggests possible solutions.
Inspect Contract Complexity
Some smart contracts are complex and because of that can use a lot of gas. We test to see if your contract has any gas inefficiencies.
This stage is where we check the functional integrity of your smart contract. We see if your smart contract can successfully meet your expected results.
We provide you with an initial report that contains the vulnerabilities we’ve found. Our experts will communicate the issues to your tech team.
This report will be the document you can showcase to your users. The report will also reflect the bugs found in the first report and any fixes you make.
Our Tron Smart Contract Security Audit Process
Our team collaborates with your team to understand your project and business goals to make sure that our smart contracts meet your outcome expectations.
Manual Code Review
An audit expert manual goes through your smart contract code line by line to comb out any hidden vulnerabilities or code inefficiencies.
The automated audit process allows us to quickly detect more than 100 known vulnerabilities in your Tron smart contract.
The functional audit process is where we check whether your smart contracts can function the way you intended them to.
How do we work?
The process starts with us connecting with you and your developers to understand the goals of the project.
We will be in close communication with your tech team throughout the process so that issues can be quickly resolved.
We conduct a thorough audit of your smart contract and provide you with a pilot report that includes issues and suggestions.
This time is for revision. You can rectify the issues in the pilot audit and ask us to republish the report.
The final report will contain the issues found and the fix made. The final report will be available publicly.
This happens when the code depends on the order of transaction submission. For example, let’s say that there is a reward system where users get rewards for submitting a task. 2 people can do the same task and submit it at the same time but the reward will go to the person that paid more gas. In this case, the person that paid more got their transaction mined first.
This kind of attack happens when a smart contract has the block timestamp as a condition to execute important functions.
This happens when an attacker listens to the node for transactions and initiates their own transaction before or instead of the observed transaction.
Cross-function Race Conditions
The hacker in this case calls transfer() when their code is executed on the external call in withdraw balance, and since their balance has not yet been set to 0, they are able to transfer the tokens regardless of whether they have already received the withdrawal.
This situation happens when a hacker uses another smart contract to exploit your smart contract’s vulnerabilities. They can attack your smart contract faster than any human can by creating multiple transactions within a single transaction and possibly drain funds inside your smart contract.
Integer Overflow and Underflow
This happens with inputs where the size of the input does not meet the boundaries of the integer variable.
Benefits Of Tron Smart Contract Audit
Better optimization of the code
We check your smart contracts thoroughly and suggest optimizations to improve gas efficiency and speeds.
We also suggest best practices to follow that will make your code presentable and professional.
Security against hacking attacks
Vulnerabilities can hurt your project before it even starts. We help you guard against that by securing your code.
Improved performance of smart contracts
With an audit, you don’t just get a report, you also get consulting support from our experts to maximize the performance of your smart contracts.