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Smart Contract Security and Peckshield's Audit of Randomizer
Ensuring the Security and Reliability of Randomizer's Smart Contract: A Thorough Analysis Performed by Peckshield
With great potential comes great responsibility, and ensuring the security of smart contracts is crucial to put users’ minds at ease when interacting with Web3.
At Randomizer we have taken smart contract security seriously. Randomizer is a decentralized application built for Layer 1 and Layer 2 EVM (Ethereum Virtual Machine) networks. The protocol allows smart contracts to generate random numbers which can be used for a wide range of purposes, such as generating NFT attributes, determining the order of play in a game, RNG for item drops and critical hits in games, or providing any other kind of randomness.
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To ensure the security and reliability of the Randomizer smart contract, we enlisted the services of Peckshield, a well-known security audit firm that has conducted audits for major projects such as MakerDAO, Set Protocol, and Harmony. The audit process involved a comprehensive review of the Randomizer codebase to identify any potential vulnerabilities and provide recommendations for improvement.
Peckshield's audit report revealed that the Randomizer codebase is well structured and organized, with no critical issues identified. Any issues that were discovered were promptly confirmed and addressed. The report concludes with the following statement:
The current code base is well structured and neatly organized. Those identified issues are promptly confirmed and addressed.
The positive response from Peckshield is a testament to our commitment to ensuring the security of the Randomizer protocol.
The full audit report along with the smart contract codebase is available on the Randomizer Github repository, providing complete visibility into the security of the platform.
Looking ahead, Randomizer is poised to become a key protocol in the Web3 ecosystem, starting with Arbitrum, enabling developers to create a wide range of dApps that require random numbers.
The security and reliability of the smart contract will be critical to the success of these dApps, and the audit by Peckshield has provided valuable assurance that Randomizer is up to the task.
We invite developers and users who are interested in secure and reliable random number generation to join our Discord and be a part of the Randomizer community!