Zeppelin verifies that your decentralized systems work as intended by performing an audit. Our engineers fully review your system’s architecture and codebase, then write a thorough report with actionable feedback for every issue found.
You specify an audit-ready code commit through the email below
You get a quote and timeline
We start the audit
We privately send the report to your team
Your team fixes the issues
We examine your fixes, update and publish the report (optional)
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The report outlines potential problems in the code with actionable recommendations to guard against potential attack vectors, together with a general analysis of the systems’ dynamics reflecting both state-of-the-art security patterns and opportunities for improvement regarding the project's overall quality and maturity.
Yes. We privately send the report to your team so they can address the issues we found. Publishing the report after your team fixes the issues is optional, but strongly recommended as a way of to contribute to the ecosystem’s security. We can work with you on a disclosure strategy.
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Accelerate your development process by using fully-audited projects, trusted by the best decentralized applications. Make use of the ZeppelinOS framework and the OpenZeppelin package for standard functions in your applications.
A framework of modular, reusable, secure smart contracts for the Ethereum network, written in Solidity. Reduce the risk of vulnerabilities in your applications by using standard, tested, community-reviewed code.
A platform to securely develop and manage decentralized applications. It provides an on-chain set of upgradeable standard libraries, and an incentive structure to continually upgrade and patch itself.
Our quotes and turnaround times vary according to the codebase’s length and complexity. We prioritize clients that base their code and architecture on OpenZeppelin or ZeppelinOS, fully-audited projects, trusted by the world's leading companies.
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