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Tezos Smart Contract Security Audit

Build your Web3 projects on the Tezos blockchain more secure, efficient,
and reliable with our Smart Contracts Audit.

Tezos Smart Contracts Audit, Why Is It Necessary?

Tezos is a self-governing and self-amending blockchain network that can host smart contracts and DApps. Tezos' modular architecture allows for developing Web3 applications that are efficient, reliable, and scalable.
However, security is often the weak link of blockchain-based applications. Hackers and cybercriminals often exploit vulnerabilities in smart contracts to steal assets and expose user data. As a result, even the smallest issues in a smart contract can lead to losses worth millions of dollars.
At QuillAudits, our team of blockchain experts specializing in the working of the Tezos blockchain will thoroughly audit your smart contracts to recognize their shortcomings and fix them. Here's what we will do for you:

Prevention of NFT Counterfeiting

Comprehensive Security Assessment

Our security auditors analyze your smart contracts for watertight fulfilment of their business logic and identify ambiguities or inadequacies that cyberattacks might exploit.

Code Patch-up

Bug Fixes

Get your code scanned for flaws that can impede the smooth functioning of your application and frustrate your users.

Check Gaps in Minting Process

Deploy Auto Scans

Supplement the security audit with regular automatic scans to stay on top of the security of your smart contract.

Ensure accessibility of virtual asset

Code Optimization

Improve the efficiency of your application with our experts' recommendations on code optimization.

Ensure accessibility of virtual asset

Complete Audit Report

Get a detailed report with the manual code assessment results, automatic scans, and actionable points for each detected vulnerability and deficiency.

How do Tezos Smart Contracts Audit work?

QuillAudits Smart Contract Auditors are a group of people with years of experience successfully developing and implementing enterprise-level blockchain-based applications. They have followed Tezos' development closely since its inception. They have also written code for Tezos-powered applications, enabling them to understand its technical architecture deeply.


What Do Our Experts Look for in the Security Audit?

QuillAudits auditors have several security and performance-related parameters that they look for in their code audits. Here is a list of a few standard issues for which each Smart Contract is analyzed:

Block Gas Limit

Contract Referencing

External Calls


Front Running Re-Entrancy

Signature Replay

Missing Signer Checks

Ownership Checks

Redeployment with cross-instance confusion

Unsafe Rust code

Outdated dependencies

Arithmetic overflow/ underflow

Casting Truncation

Memory Corruption

Advantages of a Tezos Smart Contract Audit

Blockchain is a dynamic technology, and like other blockchains, using Tezos for applications other than cryptocurrency transactions is still a relatively new phenomenon. Reliable resources for learning about Tezos applications are scarce, and owing to that, the path to developing a robust blockchain application can be a steep learning curve riddled with difficulties.
The Tezos experts at QuillAuditshash can help identify flaws and vulnerabilities in Smart Contracts early on before their deployment and, thus, minimize the probability of successful cyberattacks. Here are some of the advantages of a Tezos Smart Contract Audit:

Identify and Fix Vulnerabilities in Code

QuillAudits Smart Contracts Audit will identify entry points in your smart contract's code for potential hackers and provide remedies for plugging them.

Discover and Remove Errors and Deficiencies in Code

Our Smart Contracts will weed out all errors and deficiencies that hamper the smooth functioning of your Tezos application, thereby preventing downtime.

Optimize Code Efficiency

Our report will include recommendations for enhancing the code's efficiency and saving operational costs.

Build Better Reputation

Your audit report and the measures you take to fix the problems in your Smart Contracts will testify to your commitment to the quality of your product.

Roll out a top-notch Tezos application

Once you have fixed your smart contracts' vulnerabilities and optimized their efficiency, you will be able to roll out a Tezos app that works like a well-oiled machine, leading to better customer satisfaction and higher revenues.

Frequently Asked Questions

What is Tezos?
Tezos is a decentralised, self-improving framework for developing dApps. It is comparable to Ethereum in the way both blockchains support decentralised applications created using smart contracts.
What is a Smart Contract Audit?
A Smart Contract Audit is a comprehensive process involving a series of manual and automatic tests to check the health of the source code of smart contracts. This audit highlights the shortcomings of a smart contract that impede its efficiency or make it vulnerable to getting hacked.
Who Needs a Tezos Smart Contract Audit?
Any software developer or business developing a Tezos-based application needs a Smart Contract Audit to ensure that it works as intended and does not contain any loopholes or errors before it is released to end-users.
How Many Times Should I Get My Smart Contracts Audited?
Your latest Smart Contracts Audit report may say that your Smart Contracts have no bugs or vulnerabilities. However, this does not mean that your smart contracts will forever remain immune to problems. Like software updates, cybercriminals are always developing new ways of attacking systems. So, keep getting your smart contracts audited and pen-tested periodically.
What Are The Things to Keep in Mind While Submitting a Request for a Smart Contracts Audit?
Kindly explain your project and business logic in sufficient detail and share the properly formatted source code of the smart contracts.
What is the Average Time Taken for the Completion of a Security Audit?
The average time taken to complete a security audit differs case-to-case basis. Generally, it ranges from one week to one month. It depends on several factors, including the complexity of the code and business logic, type of audit, size of the codebase, etc. The timeline for the audit will be shared with the client before the commencement of the audit.
What is the Cost of Smart Contract Audits?
The cost of a security audit differs on a case-to-case basis. It depends on several factors, including the code's complexity and business logic, type of audit, size of the codebase, timeline limitations, etc. The cost for the audit will be shared with the client before the commencement of the work.

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