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Slither is one of the most popular tools in the smart contract security audit industry. This tool was developed by trailofbits and was one of the very first tools in the market. Slither is developed by Python 3 and offers a nice API that helps security professionals to write their own analyzers quickly.
This tool is capable of analyzing smart contracts with a solidity version starting from 0.5.8. This tool fully automated security analyzer for Ethereum smart contracts that can prove contract behaviors as safe or dangerous with regard to a particular property.
This tool uses static analysis to discover vulnerabilities in the source code of smart contracts. SmartCheck evaluates Solidity source code against XPath patterns after converting it to an XML-based intermediate representation. This intermediate representation is generated using a lexical and syntactical analysis of Solidity source code.
Oyente checks for execution traces where transaction order can influence Ether flow, where the result of a computation depends on the timestamp of the block, where exceptions raised by calls are not properly caught, or where a contract can be re-entered multiple times by executing EVM bytecode symbolically.
One of the most famous tools in the industry of smart contract auditing is Mythril. This tool was developed by CONSENSYS on python and could easily be installed using pip. The tool makes use of all the latest analysis techniques, from symbolic execution, taint analysis, and many more techniques.
Manticore is another well-known symbolic execution based tool for detecting vulnerabilities in smart contracts. The tool is fully developed using python and already exists in Python default repository. The most interesting feature of this tool is that it can be used not only to scan Ethereum-based programs (smart contract binaries) but also x86/64, ARM binaries.
ContractFuzzer is a tool that makes use of this technique to find vulnerabilities in Ethereum smart contracts, based on the ABI specifications of smart contracts. In addition, the tool defines test oracles to detect security vulnerabilities, instruments the EVM to log smart contracts runtime behaviors, and analyzes these logs to report security vulnerabilities.
sFuzz is another Ethereum-based fuzzer for smart contracts. In comparison to other Solidity fuzzers, sFuzz combines the AFL fuzzer’s method with a lightweight multi-objective adaptive strategy that targets those difficult-to-cover branches.
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