Security and auditing

Protect users from security vulnerabilities and other incidents

OpenOcean takes a security first approach in order to protect users from security vulnerabilities and other incidents. Besides our own internal security auditing, we frequently work with external partners to make sure we pass the most updated and leading industry standards. As for now, we have passed security auditing on all OpenOcean public contracts from Certik on March 9, 2021 and SlowMist on February 18, 2021 without any issues.

Auditing

CertiK leads blockchain security by pioneering the use of cutting-edge Formal Verification technology on smart contracts and blockchains. Unlike traditional security audits, Formal Verification mathematically proves program correctness and hacker-resistance.

CertiK March 9, 2021 audit report on OpenOcean can be accessed here:

OpenOceanExchange CertiK Final Report

SlowMist Technology is a company focused on blockchain ecological security. The company is already a top international blockchain security company, served many global well-known projects mainly through "the security solution that integrated the threat discovery and threat defense while tailored to local conditions".

SlowMist Technology March 9, 2021 audit report on OpenOcean can be accessed here:

Binance Smart Chain report: Smart Contract Security Audit Report - OpenOcean(BSC) Ethereum report: Smart Contract Security Audit Report - OpenOcean(ETH) TRON report: Smart Contract Security Audit Report - OpenOcean(TRON)

Audit reports also can be simply found on SlowMist by searching "OpenOcean".

Bug/issue submission

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