No code is automatically free of vulnerabilities, which is why it has to be tested prior to deployment. For this, we provide penetration testing services.
What is penetration testing? In cyber security, penetration testing, or “pentesting” as it’s known among developers, is a controlled process designed to simulate a real-world malicious internal or external attack to determine vulnerabilities. This test can be performed on several levels: system, network, or application.
Possible examples of the business impact of such attacks could include financial losses usually followed by significant reputational damage, theft of sensitive information, and unauthorized use of network resources.
Vulnerabilities may be a result of several issues. During penetration testing, HashEx auditors simulate the actions of external attackers within the network: they attempt to bypass protection measures and break into an app or network. In addition, our experts may evaluate security awareness among company employees. The process of testing includes several elements: functional testing, testing of API, testing of integration, security testing, performance testing Aside from the aforementioned types, it includes blockchain-specific testing strategies. For instance, block, smart contract, and peer/node testing. The code is scanned in search of vulnerabilities using both automated tools and manual reviews. The largest part, however, is manual testing with the intention of discovering the vulnerability.
Smart Contracts Development
Our team of professional developers will write and test a smart contract of your choosing. We work with various standards: ERC-20, RFI, NFT, and on most popular blockchains.
Our team of expert auditors delivers high-quality detailed smart contracts audits. Reports include suggestions and recommendations on code improvement for various coding languages.
Our blockchain consultants have helped develop multiple smart contracts, and have taken part in developing blockchains as well as integration of centralized and decentralized companies.