What are Haskell Smart Contracts?
Haskell is a functional programming language used in Cardano smart contracts, which is well-suited for high-assurance code and programs that require a high degree offormal verification.Developers can leverage the concurrency feature of Haskell to build Cardano smart contracts that perform faster than alternative chain languages. Haskell is a new language which is neither very popular among developers nor auditors. However, as Cardano rises to newer heights, Haskell becomes a basis for smart contracts on the network. At ImmuneBytes, auditors are well versed in Haskell and its working. Leave no security parameter unattended with our Haskell audit services.
Haskell Smart Contract Audit Stages
We believe in doing our due diligence in every audit we perform. Our auditors follow all the industry standards and carry out steps that are in alignment with your requirements. Here are the mandatory steps in every security audit we carry out:
1. Requirement Gathering
The first step involves analyzing the essential documents required for the audit process and analyzing them. These include documents like BRD, GitHub links, whitepapers, and all the other technical specifications. It assists the auditors in analyzing the intended function of the smart contract they are reviewing.
2. Automated Analysis and Unit Testing
The next phase involves the auditors writing custom unit test cases specific to the smart contract and performing test runs on those unit test cases, along with the test suite provided by the developers. Also, our security auditors deploy automated audit tools to catch vulnerabilities on the surface level.
Manual analysis is the most crucial step in the audit process. In this step, our team checks the vulnerabilities in the code by scanning the whole code line-by-line. Our auditors examine the code for logical bugs and run your code against a fuzzing test suite. The auditors recommend addressing the found vulnerabilities and code optimization.
The last stage of a Haskell security audit can be classified into initial and final reporting. First, our auditors include their recommendations and the detected bugs in the initial reporting. Here, we classify them based on their severity level. After initial reporting, the developers refactor the code based on the recommendations from our auditors in the initial reporting and the final audit report is generated.
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Haskell Smart Contract Audit Structure
At ImmuneBytes, every audit follows a structure, which makes the audit robust and credible. The audit structure for Haskell smart contracts is described below:
An initial overview of the smart contracts under examination to get a gist of what the system intends to do and what type of application the client wants to build.
Known Vulnerability Description
This section contains information about the known vulnerabilities of Haskell smart contracts and the vulnerabilities that will be tested during the audit process.
Critical Contract Vulnerabilities
These are the bugs that, when exploited, result in fund losses and are crucial to maintaining the integrity of the client.
High-grade Contract Vulnerabilities
Haskell smart contracts often have bugs in them, which can conflict with the business logic of the application and hinder the intended use case.
Medium Contract Vulnerabilities
Medium-level bugs are those which can damage the system but have certain limitations to them. These might tamper with the performance of the contract.
Low-grade Contract Vulnerabilities
Low-grade vulnerabilities are usually informational and must be fixed for the smart contract to perform better and faster.
Gas Optimization Suggestions
Gas plays an important role in blockchain transactions, so optimizing your contracts for gas is an essential part of the audit process.
An audit summary is given to the client once the audit is over, detailing each vulnerability found along with the recommendations to fix it.
Why Is Haskell Smart Contract Audit Important?
If you're wondering why you should go for Haskell security audits, these are some benefits you get when you hand over your code to our reliable smart contract auditing company.
Optimize your code
Gain the trust of users
Secure user funds
A security certificate for investors
Why Choose Us?
Our team of auditors has the perfect expertise to discover every vulnerability in your contract and help you mitigate it. We do our best to help our clients eliminate the fear of losing access to their funds or applications. These are some of the highlights that allow us to distinguish ourselves from the crowd:
Extensive Audit Report
Our audit reports are comprehensive and document every measure taken during the audit process. We classify the vulnerabilities according to their severity levels and offer remediations and code optimisations.
Check For 100+ Vulnerabilities
We analyze a smart contract for over a hundred vulnerabilities. These include bugs that have been exploited and others that could be exploited in the future.
Smart Contract Fuzzing
We fuzz-test your smart contracts as an additional measure. Fuzzing a smart contract ensures that it will not behave unexpectedly against any given input, minimizing the risk of hacks.
Post Refactor Reaudits
Not just once, we audit your code twice! Once your developers review our audit report and make the recommended fixes, we again analyze your contract and prepare the final audit report.
Security Test Cases
Our auditors use frameworks to write unit test cases other than the developers provided. We ensure to traverse every possible branch of execution in the source code.
Quick Turnaround Time
A dedicated team of auditors is assigned to your project, who usually take 3-10 days to complete an audit, depending on the code size. We are result-oriented and understand the gravity of deadlines.
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