We have formal modeling, analysis, safety, security, validation, and verification expertise. We invented many methods now widely used in the field, including the K-framework and language-independent verification technologies. In addition to working with IOHK and the Ethereum Foundation to formally model and verify intelligent contracts, consensus protocols, programming languages, and virtual machines, we have collaborated with NASA, DARPA, Boeing, Toyota, and DARPA on formalizing and verifying the safety and mission-critical systems.Packages for investigation and confirmation
We think that our demonstrated proficiency in formal verification and assurance is our core competitive advantage and the main point of differentiation from other security service providers.
We evaluate the test suite for your software to ascertain its coverage, considering both the good and the negative. After that, we'll create fresh test inputs that will boost your coverage and ultimately result in more secure software. Additionally, the new test inputs can very likely expose undesirable behavior that was previously hidden. What's included, then?
The new exams can reveal conduct that was previously concealed. A more thorough analysis will probably be needed to ascertain if a behavior is acceptable or undesirable. The consumer can conduct this analysis or have RV do it for them.
We check your smart contracts' compiled bytecode for any unexpected actions. We symbolically execute your contract using KEVM to look for unexpected (potentially exploited) behaviors systematically. These behaviors may be caused by flaws discovered in the source code of your contract or peculiarities or defects in the compiler itself, which is why it's critical to examine the bytecode rather than the contract source. In essence, this service reduces the likelihood of unlucky interactions with certain flaws. The way that this service operates is as follows:
The following are included in the code review and security evaluation of the intelligent contract provided by this package:
This package covers all systems, not just smart contracts, and extends to virtual machines, protocols, and programming languages. It includes the following for smart contracts:
Any system can use formal verification, much like formal modeling. This package combines and improves the Traditional Security Review ("Audit") and Formal Modeling tools for smart contracts. It verifies the contract's EVM bytecode against its formal model or specification, removing any potential compiler error worries. Specifically:
Our staff will carefully review your code line by line, searching for bugs, mistakes, security flaws, and exploits. In addition, we added our bounded model checking tool to this manual review to supplement and improve it. This tool is powered by the K-framework using its symbolic execution capability.