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The owner of the contract can authorize other addresses to make critical changes in the contract and these wallets may still be authorized to write state variables even after the ownership is renounced. Furthermore, there can be 'n' numbers of wallets that the owner can authorize which means there is no maximum limit on authorized wallets and technically all of them will be able to make the changes described below in section 1.2.
The contract has 3 modifiers - onlyToken, onlyOwner, and authorized.
1.1 The token address/wallet can perform the following actions in the Dividend Distributor contract:
- Set the distribution criteria which will set the minimum period and minimum distribution values.
- Set/Assign shares to other accounts with any arbitrary number
- Deposit tokens in the contract
- Process accounts for dividends
1.2 "authorized" modifier privileges:
- Launch the contract, and Enable/Disable trading to lock user funds
- Change the staking address to any other address which may be controlled by the authorized wallet and can be used to drain staked funds
- Trigger Buyback and clear buyback multiplier.
- Set auto buyback and buyback multiplier settings with any arbitrary values, even set to zero is also possible
- Set transaction limit but within limitations, which means it cannot be set to zero. The requirement is that it must be less than or equal to the value of the total supply divided by "1000"
- Include/Exclude wallets from max tx limit, fees, and dividends.
- Set fee receivers, target liquidity(both the liquidity and the denominator), distribution criteria, and swap threshold to any values because there are no checks in place
- The treasury fee receiver will receive the amount when the swap back function is called. SImilar for liquidity receiver address.
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This audit covered the following files listed below with a SHA-1 Hash. The above token Team provided us with the files that needs to be tested.We will verify the following claims:
- Correct implementation of Token standard
- Deployer cannot mint any new tokens
- Deployer cannot burn or lock user funds
- Deployer cannot pause the contract
- Overall checkup (Smart Contract Security)
- Review of the specifications, sources, and instructions provided to SolidProof to make sure we understand the size, scope, and functionality of the smart contract.
- Manual review of code, which is the process of reading source code line-by-line in an attempt to identify potential vulnerabilities.
- Comparison to specification, which is the process of checking whether the code does what the specifications, sources, and instructions provided to SolidProof describe.
- Test coverage analysis, which is the process of determining whether the test cases are actually covering the code and how much code is exercised when we run those test cases.
- Symbolic execution, which is analysing a program to determine what inputs causes each part of a program to execute.
- Best practices review, which is a review of the smart contracts to improve efficiency, effectiveness, clarify, maintainability, security, and control based on the established industry and academic practices, recommendations, and research.
- Specific, itemized, actionable recommendations to help you take steps to secure your smart contracts.
A file with a different Hash has been modified, intentionally or otherwise, after the security review. A different Hash could be (but not necessarily) an indication of a changed condition or potential vulnerability that was not within the scope of this review.
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Throughout the review process, care was taken to evaluate the repository for security-related issues, code quality, and adherence to speciﬁcation and best practices. To do so, reviewed line-by-line by our team of expert pentesters and smart contract developers, documenting any issues as there were discovered.
Risk represents the probability that a certain source-threat will exploit vulnerability, and the impact of that event on the organization or system. Risk Level is computed based on CVSS version 3.0.
Fees can be 100% or more
The authorized addresses(if any) can change the fees in the contract even after the ownership is renounced and according to the logic, the fees can be set up to 100% or more which is not recommended. However, if the fee is set to more than 100% then the transfer transactions may revert or the users can lose all of their funds.
Missing Events Arithmetic (events-maths)
Emit an event for critical parameter changes.
Missing Zero Address Validation (missing-zero-check)
Check that the address is not zero.
The current pragma Solidity directive is “^0.8.0". Contracts should be deployed with the same compiler version and flags that they have been tested thoroughly. Locking the pragma helps to ensure that contracts do not accidentally get deployed using other versions
Contract doesn’t import npm packages from source (like OpenZeppelin etc.)
We recommend importing all packages from npm directly without flattening the contract. Functions could be modified or can be susceptible to vulnerabilities
Functions that are not used (dead-code)
Remove unused functions.
Function initializing state variables (function-init-state)
Remove any initialization of state variables via non-constant state variables or function calls. If variables must be set upon contract deployment, locate initialization in the constructor instead.
Unused state variables (unused-state)
Remove unused state variables.
Unused return values (unused-return)
Ensure that all the return values of the function calls are used.
State variables that could be declared constant (constable-states)
Add the `constant` attributes to state variables that never change.
Public function that could be declared external (external-function)
Use the `external` attribute for functions never called from the contract.
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