CertiK’s industry-leading set of security services combines curated on-chain data analysis with cutting-edge AI technology and highly effective formal verification processes for auditing, to provide the highest standard in web3 security.
CertiK equips ambitious Polygon projects with a security posture that is at once strong enough to defend against attack, and agile enough to keep pace with rapid growth. Protecting Polygon’s community and ecosystem is a top priority for anyone looking to build on it. That’s why Polygon teams partner with CertiK for our unparalleled understanding of the specific needs and hurdles that they face. From our Polygon smart contract audit, to our blockchain analytics tools such as Skynet and SkyTrace, CertiK provides Polygon projects with the security they need to achieve their ambitions.
CertiK has honed its understanding of Polygon’s specific architectures, and the needs that arise with it, through working with some of the leading projects in the ecosystem. These include Aave, Decentraland, and Polygon itself. Combining years of experience securing the web3 ecosystem, with knowledge learned from strong working relationships with Polygon projects, our process begins with a nuanced understanding of both the possibilities, and the potential pain-points of future Polygon-based projects. This experience allows us to spot vulnerabilities that even the most eagle-eyed developer may miss, and ensure that a project is equipped to achieve widespread adoption securely.
Through a rigorous process that uses both AI and human verification, we verify the identities of your team to reassure users that their investment is in safe hands.
Skynet generates in-time insights of on-chain activity, allowing project teams to be alerted of any suspicious events and saving precious time in anticipating and responding to attack.
SkyTrace helps Polygon projects to visualize the flow of funds occurring on-chain, which has proven an essential tool for projects in both anticipating and responding to attack.
CertiK’s bug bounty programs allow projects to utilize the intelligence of ethical hackers to further derisk their code from additional vulnerabilities.