Types Of Projects That Need Smart Contract Audit
Irrespective of the project, our innovative audit practices and detailed review from our professional experts make us stand apart from the crowd. This way, we ensure that all your assignments are high on security and performance. Following are the projects that need smart contract audits.
We provide DeFi smart contract audit services for DeFi projects expected to handle a huge amount of players or transactions worth millions of dollars.
With our NFT audits, we strive to eliminate smart contract vulnerabilities in NFT and keep them away from hackers turning them into expensive exploits.
We conduct extensive dApp audits for all your decentralized applications so you can interact with the blockchain network securely and safely.
Some of the A-League Clients We Audited
We have audited some of the prominent projects in the web3 space.Our team of expert smart contract auditors ensured that all these projects were free from vulnerabilities of all severity levels
Blockchain Platforms That We Audit
ImmuneBytes professionals are well-versed in various blockchain platforms and frameworks like Ethereum, Solana, Binance Smart Chain, Algorand, Avalanche, and more!
Languages That We Support
We have a professional team of auditors who are well-versed in different programming languages used to write smart contracts. Among all the other languages, these are the most popular and widely used programming languages we support.
It is a statically-typed curly-braces programming language used to develop smart contracts on Ethereum. Our professional team is thorough with this programming language.
It is a programming language that is used to write Solana programs. We are thorough with rust-based Solana programs and provide robust auditing services.
TEAL is an assembly-like language which is processed by the Algorand Virtual Machine (AVM). ImmuneBytes helps you explore new benchmarks in securing your TEAL smart contracts.
Migrate Your Smart Contract From Testnet To Mainnet,
But Without Vulnerabilities.
Our skilled team of auditors follow a methodological approach, custom to the type of smart contract. Following are the steps that a smart contract audit undergoes:
Why Choose Us?
At ImmuneBytes, we host a team of professional blockchain security experts who have been in this industry for a long time. We have gradually evolved as one of the leading token smart contract audit companies in these years. With our robust smart contract audit services, we add a layer of security to your blockchain projects. These are the highlights because of which people rely on us.
Extensive Audit Report
Our auditors diligently prepare comprehensive audit reports that help you understand all the security flaws in the contracts, along with the help of our recommendations on how to fix them.
Check For 100+ Vulnerabilities
There can be 100+ types of vulnerabilities in a smart contract. Worry not; we check and eliminate these flaws. We will detect them for you and recommend how you can fix them.
Smart Contract Fuzzing
Our experts employ smart contract fuzzing, an automatic bug-detection process. It stresses the app and causes unexpected code behaviour, helping to identify vulnerabilities.
Post Refactor Reaudits
A code demands to be updated and hence re-audited. Rest assured, we provide our clients with free re-audits in the future, as and when required.
Security Test Cases
A detailed PoC for severity issues detected during the audit process will be provided along with test cases for clients to reverify the auditor's recommendations.
Quick Turnaround Time
We understand your time is precious. Our team promptly completes an audit with the bare minimum required.
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With the stamp, 'Secured By ImmuneBytes', earn the trust of your audience and recognition from major Web3 players.
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