Tron Smart Contract
Audit

The TRON protocol is one of the largest blockchain-based operating systems. It is dedicated to establishing a truly decentralized Internet and its infrastructure. TRON adopts a three-layer architecture divided into a Storage Layer, a Core Layer, and an Application Layer. The protocol adheres to Google Protobuf, which intrinsically supports the multi-language extension.

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Smart Contracts Audited

Benefits Of Tron Smart Contract Audit

Laser-Focused
Solutions

Unique use cases at times attract zero day vulnerabilities beyond Automated tests. Our security engineers leverage advanced techniques like fuzzing & formal verification to tackle unique vulnerabilities specific to your project. 5+ years of experience keeps us at the cutting edge of blockchain security.

Performance Optimization

We go beyond security, optimizing your code for blazing-fast transactions, lower gas fees, and a seamless user experience.

Community Trust

A successful BlockApex Audit Certification acts as a security badge of honor. Attract investors & users with confidence, fostering a vibrant community around your project.

Time & Cost Efficiency

Get a clear timeline & upfront pricing tailored to your project’s complexity. Our auditors collaborate closely, delivering actionable insights to solidify your project.
Our Methodology
Pre-Audit
The process is initiated with code freeze and gathering documentation i.e., codeTron, whitepaper, etc. to give us a clear picture of your project.
Automated & dynamic Testing
We use industry-leading security tools to analyze your code for vulnerabilities across different blockchain languages.
Line-By-Line Code Review
Our security experts meticulously examine every line of your code, identifying security weaknesses and opportunities for gas optimization.
Initial Report
We provide a draft report with findings and suggestions for fixing the issues. We work with you to implement the fixes and ensure no new problems arise.
Publish Final Audit Report
Once the fixes are reviewed, we deliver the final public report, building transparency and trust with investors and users.
When do your Tron Smart contract need the Audit?

Pre-Deployment

Pre-Listing Audit

Post-Update Audit

Upon identifying suspicious activity

Know Your bugs

Reentrancy

Integer Overflow

Access Control Issues

Unchecked External Calls

Denial-of-Service (DoS)

This classic exploit allows attackers to call your contract function multiple times within a single transaction. This can lead to stolen funds or manipulated data.
Errors in handling mathematical operations can have unexpected consequences. If calculations exceed their intended range, they can wrap around to negative values or break the contract entirely.
Not properly restricting access to functions or data within your contract can leave them vulnerable to unauthorized modification or manipulation.
When your TRON contract interacts with other contracts or external systems, failing to validate the response can expose it to manipulation by a compromised source.
Malicious actors can craft transactions that consume excessive energy (TRON’s equivalent of gas fees) or block the contract from functioning properly, hindering legitimate users.
Know your Bugs

Reentrancy

This classic exploit allows attackers to call your contract function multiple times within a single transaction. This can lead to stolen funds or manipulated data.

Integer Overflow

Errors in handling mathematical operations can have unexpected consequences. If calculations exceed their intended range, they can wrap around to negative values or break the contract entirely.

Access Control Issues

Not properly restricting access to functions or data within your contract can leave them vulnerable to unauthorized modification or manipulation.

Unchecked External Calls

When your TRON contract interacts with other contracts or external systems, failing to validate the response can expose it to manipulation by a compromised source.

Denial-of-Service (DoS)

Malicious actors can craft transactions that consume excessive energy (TRON’s equivalent of gas fees) or block the contract from functioning properly, hindering legitimate users.

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Tron's rising popularity attracts malicious actors, making audits crucial. Unidentified vulnerabilities can be exploited by hackers, leading to loss of funds. Audits act as a security measure, protecting your project and user assets.
The cost depends on the complexity of your code. Contracts with more lines of code typically require a higher audit fee.

Common vulnerabilities include:

  1. Reentrancy attacks: These allow attackers to exploit a loophole and call your smart contract function multiple times with a single transaction.
  2. TRX send rejection: This occurs when your contract attempts to send TRX but encounters an error, potentially leaving the transaction in a weird state.
  3. Integer overflow: This happens when mathematical calculations exceed the intended data range, leading to unexpected behavior.
  1. Increased security: Audits identify and fix vulnerabilities before they can be exploited.
  2. Enhanced investor confidence: A successful audit from a reputable third-party reassures users and investors about the safety of their funds.
  3. Peace of mind: Knowing your contract is secure provides valuable peace of mind for you and your project.
Auditors leverage specialized tools like Mythril, Mythx, Slither, Echidna, and Manticore. These tools perform fuzzing and testing to uncover even the most obscure weaknesses.
Get in touch to secure your smart contracts today!