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A smart contract audit allows discovering possible security risks. It's essential to find out bugs and vulnerabilities before deploying a smart contract as, after the step, it becomes impossible to make corrections.
By carrying out an audit, you'll be sure that the code is safe and ready to use. Presenting your customers with an audited product will let them know that they are protected against malicious attacks and will make them more confident.
Among the most common smart contract flows is indirect command execution that includes unknown code, reentrancy, not an accurate calculation of output token amount, interface issues, runtime errors, transaction gas-related flows, lack of knowledge of how to work with tokens.
The gaps may disallow a smart contract to operate properly, which can lead to hacks and stealing of funds.
The audit begins with getting familiar with the project, its features, and its goals. So, the group carrying out the code review understands the logic of a smart contract.
Next comes the review of architecture and design, which includes analyzing source code and libraries. By doing so, the team understands what decisions were taken during the smart contract engineering.
After architecture review, the auditing team implements testing (manual review and automated) and gives formal verification of the smart contract code, in the case the latter meets the specifications and requirements.
Otherwise, the team presents the bugs and makes suggestions for improving the code.
The final stage of a smart contract audit is reporting, through which a client receives a detailed report on the results.
Basically, there are two types: smart contract security audit, otherwise called interim audit, and full audit.
While the interim audit is carried out at the initial phase of smart contract development, to know if the start of the project is right, a full audit is implemented before deploying the project on the main net. It aims to make sure that the code is healthy and will deliver security as well as seamless functionality.