We have a team of experts with decades of experience in financial crime investigation. Combined with our experience in blockchain cybersecurity, we provide the best experience investigating crypto hacks and tracking assets on the blockchain!
It involves tracking on-chain assets and analysing their flow. The primary goal is to recover and analyse different kinds of evidence left on the most useful and transparent blockchain digital ledger. At QuillAudits, We provide numerous services to tackle this problem and reduce the risk of stolen assets. The services provided by QuillAudits include:
At QuillAudits, we use several open-source intelligence tools and techniques for generating predictive intelligence in cryptocurrency research, providing valuable insights into hidden data sources and contextual environments.
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Cryptocurrencies are pseudonymous. That means even if someone is required to declare their cryptocurrencies, they refrain from doing so. We use multiple tools and OSINT to track an individual associated with the wallet.
We have cutting-edge tools and technologies to track transactions from wallet to wallet, and the results generated by QuillAudits may sometimes be used as evidence in court. We help provide an easy-to-understand yet detailed report on the incident that a user from a non-technical background can easily understand.
At QuillAudits, we have an experienced team of engineers and auditors who work on investigating the incident and providing a fully-fledged incident analysis report on what went wrong, how the protocol was exploited, and the current status of the stolen funds.
Recently, there has been a significant increase in the number of hacks related to Defi and the whole crypto space. During the last year alone, approximately 200 projects were hacked, accounting for almost $10 billion. And in the last six months, more than 100 projects have already been exploited.
The numbers are scary! But there is a bigger problem.
In Web3, the code is the law; it's immutable. The attackers take advantage of it, and there aren't even proper laws to take action against them. Although public blockchain transactions are publicly visible, the attackers use tactics like peel chains, mixers, chain hopping, etc., making it extremely difficult to track the transaction and find the final destination of the stolen funds.
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A blockchain explorer helps the user to search data from Blockchain and presents it in a viewable format for the user by using API and blockchain nodes to draw this data from the blockchain.
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Blockchain Simulators allow us to create simulation structures that can easily be worked so that they may be applied to a wide range of blockchain design and deployment challenges and reveal hidden details in existing systems.
Money flow is an analysis of how money is transferred between multiple parties and intermediaries on Blockchain. Every transaction has a known origin and destination, and using token flow trackers we can track the flow of tokens efficiently.
Very professional and timed delivery. Also very prompt in responses and queries.
The team is very supportive and they were able to work as per our requirements
QuillAudits did a great job with our audit, was very professional and provided quick service
QuillAudits provided security enhancements for Polygon projects, earning positive feedback for their prompt and high-quality service as an auditing partner.
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