White-hat web3 security

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  • Ex black-hat hackers at your service - all worked for state intelligence agencies in their past (ask us about it!) 🕵️

  • Incentivized security - only pay if we successfully hack your app! Your app got hacked after our audit? Our revenue is slashed. Read more 🤝

  • Full stack protection - smart contracts, tokenomics, web2, and anti-phishing 🛡

  • Live dashboard - keep yourself and your users at ease with our live dashboard solutions. Read more 📈

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Smart contract
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DevOps, dashboards, automations, & MEV bots

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Simple, don't trust - incentivize.


We abide by what we call "incentivized security". We achieve that through pay-per-vulnerability and our partnership with hats.finance.


Pay-per-vulnerability - all of our audits are paid based on performance and whether we are able to find new issues and vulnerabilities in your codebase. We weren't able to find anything? You don't pay anything extra.


Partnership with hats.finance - 50% of your audit costs goes to your project's bug bounty vault on hats.finance. In short - hats.finance is a bug bounty platform where 3rd parties can put money into projects' bug bounties. In order to give you and your users even more peace-of-mind, we put our money where our mouth is. If a project that was audited by us gets hacked - we lose 50% of the money that we received for that audit.


Opening such a vault will also help gain users' trusts in the safety of your dApp.


You may rest assured knowing that we will do our absolute best to hack your app, much before any hacker in the wild will.


Schedule a call with us to hear the finer details of our incentivized security model.



Axie Infinity's smart contracts were perfectly secured and audited. Their logic and tokenomics were sound. Yet they got hacked for a mind-boggling $650M because their web2 security measures were lacking (private keys were leaked).


Countless crypto projects (including big ones like BAYC) are and were targets for simple phishing attacks and scams that resulted in loss of millions of dollars of users' funds.


An attacker will always look for the weakest link. Having had real-world black-hat experience, we know how real hackers think. Your stack is only as secure as your weakest link. When we do audits we make sure to look at EVERYTHING. Money lost is money lost. Doesn't matter if it's due to a smart contract security bug, a web2 flaw, or a simple scam run on trusting users.



Bad news: You can't. Nothing in security is ever beyond a shadow of a doubt.


Good news: You can get to a point where you'd be 99.99999...% certain in your security stance. How is that achieved? By diversifying and incentivizing.


Diversifying - the more security measures and precautions you take, the better your security stance will be. Got an audit with Company A? You can always get one with Company B as well. Why not launch a bug bounty? How about auditing your web2 components as well? Live dashboards can do no harm either... Security is an never ending endeavor. Let us help you navigate the security maze and offer you a plethora of security solutions - smart contracts and tokenomics audits, web2 pen-testing, a bug bounty vault on hats.finance, live security dashboards, and anti-phishing solutions. We will diversify your security measures to the fullest extent.


Incentivizing - most security firms would charge you a flat fee for a measly audit. You're essentially paying $20-30k for a PDF. If a security firm is charging you a flat fee, how do you know they're not simply letting their most junior auditor run some scripts on your codebase? Your auditors need to have skin in the game. At Ginger Security, we swear by incentivized security and work with other projects to make that an industry-wide practice. We only charge you based on our performance with our pay-per-vulnerability policy, and we stake 50% of the audit revenue into your project's vault on hats.finance (which we open for you). Read more about our thoughts on incentivized security above ("How can I trust you").



You can read about all our prices and terms here.

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> How can I trust you?Simple, don't trust - incentivize.We abide by what we call "incentivized security". We achieve that through pay-per-vulnerability and our partnership with hats.finance.Pay-per-vulnerability - all of our audits are paid based on performance and whether we are able to find new issues and vulnerabilities in your codebase. We weren't able to find anything? You don't pay anything extra.hats.finance - 50% of your audit costs goes to your project's bug bounty vault on hats.finance. In short - hats.finance is a bug bounty platform where 3rd parties can put money into projects' bug bounties. In order to prove our commitment to our clients, we put our money where our mouth is. If a project that was audited by us gets hacked - we lose 50% of the money that we received for that audit.Opening such a vault will also help gain users' trusts in the safety of your dApp.You may rest assured knowing that we will do our absolute best to hack your app, much before any hacker in the wild will.Schedule a call with us to hear the finer details of our incentivized security model.

> Why is it important to secure my whole stack? How can you help me with it?Axie Infinity's smart contracts were perfectly secured and audited. Their logic and tokenomics were sound. Yet they got hacked for a mind-boggling $650M because their web2 security measures were lacking (private keys were leaked).Countless crypto projects (including big ones like BAYC) are and were targets for simple phishing attacks and scams that resulted in loss of millions of dollars of users' funds.An attacker will always look for the weakest link. Having real-world black-hat experience, we know how real hackers think. Your stack is only as secure as your weakest link. When we do audits we make sure to look at EVERYTHING. Money lost is money lost. Doesn't matter if it's due to a smart contract security bug, a web2 flaw, or a simple scam run on trusting users.

> How can I prove to my users, beyond a shadow of a doubt, that my app is secure?Bad news: You can't. Nothing in security is ever beyond a shadow of a doubt.Good news: You can get to a point where you'd be 99.99999...% certain in your security stance. How is that achieved? By diversifying and incentivizing.Diversifying - the more security measures and precautions you take, the better your security stance will be. Got an audit with Company A? You can always get one with Company B as well. Why not launch a bug bounty? How about auditing your web2 components as well? Live dashboards can do no harm either... Security is an endless endeavor. Let us help you navigate the security maze and offer you a plethora of security solutions - smart contracts and tokenomics audits, web2 pen-testing, a bug bounty vault on hats.finance, live security dashboards, and anti-phishing solutions. We will diversify your security stance to the fullest extent.Incentivizing - most security firms would charge you a flat fee for a measly audit. You're essentially paying $20-30k for a PDF. If a security firm is charging you a flat fee to ensure your safety, how do you know they're not simply letting their most junior auditor run some scripts on your codebase? Your auditors need to have skin in the game. At Ginger Security, we swear by incentivized security and work with other projects to make that an industry-wide practice. We only charge you based on our performance with our pay-per-vulnerability policy, and we stake 50% of the audit revenue into your project's vault on hats.finance (which we open for you). Read more about our thoughts on incentivized security above ("How can I trust you").

> What are the prices for your audits and penetration tests?You can read about all our prices and terms here.

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