What Happened on April. 27th | Can we Trust Crypto Project Audit?
Stacy Muur gives a data analysis on audited projects hacks:
The analysis was conducted using the REKT Database service, which compiles information about Exit Scams and Exploits that occurred in Web3 since 2011. The database contains over 3K records of hacks. CertiK, which accounts for approximately 70% of all audits in Web3 has audited 34 companies from the REKT Database. PeckShield Inc. comes second after CertiK with 18 instances of exploits and rug pulls.
She also compiled a list of top security companies based on their audit/hack ratio.
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