The Satoshi Core Mining crypto project has been witnessing more popularity and getting attention from the the entire cryptocurrency industry, ahead of its scheduled mainnet launch.
Currently, there are about 12,000,000 active participants from over 200 nations across the world. The MainNet audit info recently announced has raised concerns about the expected launch.
Many asked to ascertain if the smart contracts and security audit memo released recently are coming before or after it commencement and completion.
So we at Mentorslinks.com led by SoazNews Media Network did a fact checking to get verified information, and here’s a flashback to the Tweet made by the Development Team @Coredao_Org on the 15th day of June 2022, hinting on auditing of MainNet Code… This means that the recent announcements on Smart Contracts and Security audits may be coming prior to its completion, not commencement.
More so, checking from the tweet date which is over 2 months, which could literally mean that the audit on Mainnet code for Satoshi Core Chain may have been completed – as confirmed from the query sent to the Least Authority.
How long does a security audit take in Least Authority?
“Following the initial contact with your development team and once you provide us with the information we need to provide you with a proposal, we will determine the audit schedule and include it in the security audit proposal (usually within one week).
“Security audit schedules can range from several hours to several weeks. If we think a project will benefit from shorter review timeframes, we will recommend limiting the scope and splitting the security audit into multiple phases. This allows us to provide audit results within a more reasonable time frame for development teams and limits the amount of time for a code freeze.” Source: Least Authority.
When and How often should a secuirty audit be carried out?
“We recommend that systems undergo security audits once the coded implementation is feature complete and prior to launching a major release and/or significant feature updates to the code. Regular audits at development milestones are an important step towards having a degree of assurance that a system has reduced security risks.
“Regular reviews of the code are particularly important if the system significantly relies on dependencies for core functions or in areas of high impact. Checking that dependencies have been regularly audited and well maintained is critical in assessing whether malicious code has been introduced into the codebase through the use of third-party code.
“Security should also be prioritized throughout the design process (i.e. Security by Design) as it will help mitigate the potential for serious security issues emerging later in the software development life-cycle. Addressing fundamental design issues is more costly to remediate once the system has been implemented. Engaging auditing teams in security design reviews prior to implementing the system will help ensure the system fulfills its intended requirements more securely.” Source: Least Authority.
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Reviews (Overviews) about the MainNet Code Audits for the Satoshi Core Mining : the dev team has announced that they’ve partnered with Least Authority for $Core L1 plus Smart Contract audits. And they’ve secured partnership with Halborn Security, for overseeing the project’s public chain auditing, and other related services.