Blockchain is based on the principles of cryptography, decentralization, and consensus. It is inherently secure but not absolutely hack proof. You need to find vulnerabilities with hacker-style pentest to truly secure your smart contracts.
Get continuous vigilance over your smart contracts. Ensure their security at any given point in time. Never miss a single vulnerability.
Experts at Astra vet each vulnerability for authenticity so that you never have to waste time chasing false positives.
Security experts bring deep experience in implementing manual penetration tests. We'll find business logic errors and hidden vulnerabilities missed by most pentests.
Manage and monitor vulnerabilities, communicate with developers, collaborate with security experts, all from a single intuitive dashboard.
Get reports that trigger action. Prioritize vulnerabilities based on accurate ROI. Reproduce issues with the help of video PoCs.
Collaborate with security engineers on shared documents to pinpoint and fix issues with expert assistance.
Cover all required tests for SOC2, HIPAA, ISO27001, GDPR, and PCI compliance. Pinpoint vulnerabilities that block compliance with specific security standards
Communicate with security experts and developers, get accurate information on vulnerabilities, update their status, view analytics, all from one place
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“Astra’s Pentest Suite provides exactly the features we need to maximize the security of the service we provide to our clients. We are impressed by their commitment to continuous rather than sporadic testing and the way in which their technology blends with ours.”
I am very satisfied with the result and the recommendations of the audit report. It was an eye opener. We were able to optimize the security of the app to meet the expectations of our customers."
The cost of smart contract security audits usually starts from $4500. It can vary depending on the scope of the audit.
Some things that you should definitely look for are
It's a valid question because blockchains are designed to be inherently secure. However, hackers have managed to breach smart contracts before, and they will do that again. So, yes, you need blockchain security testing. It is also necessary for compliance.
It usually depends on the blockchain security services provider. With Astra, you can expect the entire process to complete within 10-14 days.
The security experts at Astra have implemented hundreds of manual pentests, they will find business logic errors and critical vulnerabilities that others will miss.
You can get one to three free rescans after fixing the vulnerabilities found in the first pentest. You have to avail of the free rescans within 30 days of the initial pentest completion.