Audit and Security of Smart Contracts
Blockchain presents a unique opportunity for distributed consensus. Smart contract applications carry unique security issues. To mitigate these risks, Jobchain® performs security audits for your smart contracts.
Certik file and Quantstamp, two of the world's most advanced formal verification technologies for smart contracts and blockchain auditing, have given the green light for Jobchain® to continue its efforts to further strengthen the platform's security to ensure the stability and confidence of the Jobchain® ecosystem.
: CertiK is a pioneer in blockchain cybersecurity founded by professors of computer science at Yale University and Columbia University. Applying the rigor of its own Formal Verification technology in smart contracts and blockchain protocols, CerTIK has been able to secure more than $4.39 billion in assets, including many of the world's leading blockchain projects. CerTIK's research efforts have received grants from IBM and the Ethereum Foundation, as well as notable investors, including Binance Labs, Arrington XRP, Lightspeed China Partners, Matrix Partners China and NEO Global Capital, among others.
Unlike traditional testing approaches, CertiK attempts to mathematically demonstrate that the blockchain ecosystem and smart contracts are hacker-resistant and error-free. With the confidence of the security industry, CerTIK has established strategic partnerships with the world's leading digital asset exchanges such as Binance OKEx, Kucoin and Huobi, as well as blockchain protocols such as NEO, ICON and QuarkChain.
Key CertiK Technologies:
- Formal verification - mathematical tests to verify all possibilities of mission-critical programs.
- AutoScan - scalable technology to identify and remedy security vulnerabilities
- Deepsea-Blockchain - functional programming language for formally verifiable smart contracts
Advantages of the CertiK core:
- Full and customizable formal verification
- Detailed and transparent audit reports
- Code Review by Security Experts
- Audits carried out in all major protocols and languages
- Self-generated counterexamples
- Unlimited code reaudits
- Advanced Penetration Testing by Experienced and Ethical Hackers
Quantstamp aims to resolve the impenetrability of smart contracts by creating the main decentralized protocol that will provide a security audit for smart contracts based on the Ethereum network. Essentially, Quantstamp allows smart contract developers to submit their work to their protocol, where numerous security auditors can review the contract, in order to receive QSP tokens as a reward. The required audit level is established by the initial developer, who pays those fees to anyone who identifies a problem in the smart contract.