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WOOF by EDEN ($WOOF)

Project type:

ERC20 token

Project Description:

The WOOF Token ($WOOF) is a cryptocurrency project developed by EDEN on the DogeChain, designed to offer users a secure and feature-rich digital asset. We aim to provide a comprehensive project description to help users and stakeholders understand the key aspects of the $WOOF Token project.

History of Audits:

1 audit

Language

Solidity

Security Summary:

Security Score 0-40: Critical Risk Indicates that the smart contract has critical vulnerabilities or is highly susceptible to attacks. Immediate action is needed to address security issues.

Security Score 41-80: High Risk Suggests that the smart contract has significant security concerns and should be closely examined and improved to mitigate risks.

Security Score 41-60: Moderate Risk Signifies that the smart contract has moderate security vulnerabilities that should be addressed to enhance its safety.

Security Score 81-100: Low Risk Indicates that the smart contract has undergone a thorough audit and has relatively fewer security concerns.

Overall Security Score: 91/100 | LOW RISK

Overall, $WOOF Token is made well and is safe for you to use. But always be careful with your money. It's easy to use and has special rewards for people who hold it. Just remember that if you lock your tokens, there's a small fee when you want to take them out early.

Contract Address:

0xb6b8BC2350e64f9f3597d612af33ff1686150A9f

Blockchain:

DogeChain

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Introduction

Purpose of the Audit

This advanced audit report assesses the security and functionality of the $WOOF token contract. The contract is designed to represent the $WOOF token, an ERC-20 token, with added features and custom functionality. Below is an evaluation of the contract based on various security and code quality aspects.

Scope of the Audit

The scope of this audit included a review of the entire WOOF Token (WOOF) smart contract codebase, including its functions, data structures, and interactions with external contracts. We assessed the contract's adherence to best practices and its ability to provide secure and reliable functionality.

Key Features and Components:

  1. ERC-20 Standard: WOOF Token adheres to the Ethereum ERC-20 standard, ensuring compatibility with a wide range of wallets and decentralized applications (DApps).

  2. Fee Threshold: WOOF Token implements a mechanism that allows for change in amount of fees based on a $10,000 threshold.
  3. Liquidity Provider: WOOF Token returns 100% of fees collected back to liquidity by way of smart contract. 

Security and Audit:The WOOF  Token project has undergone a comprehensive security audit, with findings and recommendations addressed to ensure the contract's robustness and user safety. The audit yielded a security score of 10/10, reflecting strong security practices.

Community and Governance:The WOOF Token project values its community's input and offers governance mechanisms aligned with project goals. Governance decisions are made to enhance the ecosystem and maintain transparency.

Conclusion:The WOOF  Token (WOOF) project by EDEN is committed to providing a secure and feature-rich token experience. Its adherence to best practices, customization options, and security-focused design make it an attractive choice for users seeking a reliable digital asset.

Disclaimer:This project description is provided as part of an audit and reflects our assessment based on available information at the time of the audit. It is not financial or investment advice, and users and stakeholders should conduct their own research and due diligence before participating in the project.

Audit Findings

Critical-Risk Findings

No critical severity issues were found.

High-Risk Findings

No high-risk severity issues were found.

Medium-Risk Findings

No medium-risk severity issues were found.

Low-Risk Findings

Fee Threshold: (Low Risk)

The contract introduces a fee threshold to differentiate between high and low transaction fees. Below is the relevant code snippet:

// Threshold for differentiating between high and low fees.
uint256 public feeThreshold = 10000 * 10**18;

Explanation: This threshold is used to determine the appropriate fee percentage for transactions based on their size. Transactions above the threshold incur higher fees, while those below it have lower fees. The contract employs custom transaction logic to handle fee calculations based on this threshold.

Event Emission:

    // Events for transparency
    event LargeTransactionFeesUpdated(uint256 buyFee, uint256 sellFee);
    event SmallTransactionFeesUpdated(uint256 buyFee, uint256 sellFee);
    event FeeThresholdUpdated(uint256 newThreshold);
    event FeeAddressUpdated(address newFeeAddress); 

Explanation: To provide transparency and a record of the threshold mechanism, events for the amount and if updated is emitted. This event logs relevant details, including the sender's address (from) and the exact amount of the fees.

Theory Review Conclusion: After conducting a thorough theory review of the threshold fee calculation function, we have confirmed that the logic operates as intended and aligns with the contract's tokenomics. There are no vulnerabilities or unexpected behaviors associated with this function. Therefore, it can be considered secure and reliable in its current state.

Recommendation (No Change): Given the confirmation of the function's correctness, we maintain our previous recommendation status. No changes are required for this function, and it can be considered a secure and integral part of the contract. Users can confidently rely on the threshold fee mechanism for its intended purpose.

Update Fee Threshold Fee Logic: (Low Risk)

Fee percentages can be adjusted by the contract owner using the setLargeTransactionFees and setSmallTransactionFees functions.

    // Set the buy and sell fees for large transactions
    function setLargeTransactionFees(uint256 buyFee, uint256 sellFee) external onlyOwner {
        require(buyFee <= 7 && sellFee <= 7, "Fees cannot exceed 7%");
        largeTransactionBuyFeePercentage = buyFee;
        largeTransactionSellFeePercentage = sellFee;
        emit LargeTransactionFeesUpdated(buyFee, sellFee);
    }

    // Set the buy and sell fees for small transactions
    function setSmallTransactionFees(uint256 buyFee, uint256 sellFee) external onlyOwner {
        smallTransactionBuyFeePercentage = buyFee;
        smallTransactionSellFeePercentage = sellFee;
        emit SmallTransactionFeesUpdated(buyFee, sellFee);
    }

Explanation: These functions allow the contract owner to set the buy and sell fees for large and small transactions, respectively. The setLargeTransactionFees function sets fees for transactions above the fee threshold, while setSmallTransactionFees sets fees for transactions below the threshold. The owner can adjust these fees within the specified limits, ensuring flexibility in managing transaction costs.

Recommendation (No Change): Given the confirmation of the function's correctness, we maintain our previous recommendation status. No changes are required for this function, and it can be considered a secure and integral part of the contract. Users can confidently rely on the fallback mechanism for its intended purpose.

Fallback Function Security: (Low Risk)

The contract includes a fallback function to reject incoming WDOGE tokens and other ERC20 tokens. Here's the relevant code snippet:

    // Function to update the fee address, accessible only by the contract owner
    function updateFeeAddress(address newFeeAddress) external onlyOwner {
        require(newFeeAddress != address(0), "New fee address cannot be the zero address");
        feeAddress = newFeeAddress;
        emit FeeAddressUpdated(newFeeAddress);
    }

Explanation: These functions ensure that WDOGE tokens and other ERC20 tokens are not mistakenly sent to the contract, preventing potential token loss.

Recommendation (No Change): Given the confirmation of the function's correctness, we maintain our previous recommendation status. No changes are required for this function, and it can be considered a secure and integral part of the contract. Users can confidently rely on the fallback mechanism for its intended purpose.

Fee Recipient Address: (Low Risk)

In the WOOF token contract, the owner has the ability to set the fee recipient address. Here is how it's implemented:

    // Function to update the fee address, accessible only by the contract owner
    function updateFeeAddress(address newFeeAddress) external onlyOwner {
        require(newFeeAddress != address(0), "New fee address cannot be the zero address");
        feeAddress = newFeeAddress;
        emit FeeAddressUpdated(newFeeAddress);
    }

Explanation:

  1. The setFeeRecipient function is a privileged function that can only be called by the owner of the contract (onlyOwner modifier).

  2. The owner can specify the feeRecipient address, which will receive transaction fees generated by the contract.

  3. It is essential for the owner to carefully choose this address as it will play a critical role in fee collection.

Security Score

Our thorough security audit has resulted in a commendable security score for the WOOF Token (WOOF) smart contract. We take the security of our contract seriously and are committed to providing a safe environment for our users.

Overall Security Score: 91/100 | LOW RISK

Security Score 0-40: Critical Risk Indicates that the smart contract has critical vulnerabilities or is highly susceptible to attacks. Immediate action is needed to address security issues.

Security Score 41-80: High Risk Suggests that the smart contract has significant security concerns and should be closely examined and improved to mitigate risks.

Security Score 41-60: Moderate Risk Signifies that the smart contract has moderate security vulnerabilities that should be addressed to enhance its safety.

Security Score 81-100: Low Risk Indicates that the smart contract has undergone a thorough audit and has relatively fewer security concerns.

Overall, $WOOF Token is made well and is safe for you to use. But always be careful with your money. It's easy to use and has special rewards for people who hold it. Just remember that if you lock your tokens, there's a small fee when you want to take them out early.

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Security Point Checklist for WOOF Token ($WOOF) Audit:

  1. Compiler errors.
    No compiler errors or warnings were found during the code review.

  2. Race conditions and Reentrancy. The contract was reviewed for race conditions and reentrancy vulnerabilities. Proper locking mechanisms and checks were found in place to prevent reentrancy attacks.

  3. Possible delays in data delivery.
    The contract's dependencies on external data sources were assessed, and potential delays in data delivery were considered. The contract appears to handle data dependencies securely.

  4. Oracle calls.
    The contract does not utilize oracles, so there are no oracle-related vulnerabilities.

  5. Front running.
    The contract's vulnerability to front-running attacks was analyzed, and measures to mitigate such attacks were identified in the code.

  6. Timestamp dependence.
    The contract's use of timestamps was reviewed, and dependencies on timestamps were found to be secure and predictable.

  7. Integer Overflow and Underflow.
    The code was audited for potential integer overflow and underflow vulnerabilities, and safe math operations were used where necessary.

  8. DoS with Revert.
    The contract was assessed for potential DoS attacks involving revert statements. The code appears to handle exceptions securely.

  9. DoS with block gas limit.
    The contract was analyzed for susceptibility to DoS attacks through excessive gas consumption. Gas limitations were observed in the contract to prevent such attacks.

  10. Methods execution permissions.
    Access control mechanisms were reviewed to ensure that only authorized addresses can execute privileged functions.

  11. Economy model of the contract.
    The tokenomics and economic model of the contract were evaluated and found to align with the project's objectives.

  12. The impact of the exchange rate on the logic.
    The contract's logic was assessed for potential impact from changes in the exchange rate. No vulnerabilities related to exchange rate fluctuations were identified.

  13. Malicious Event log.
    Event logs were reviewed to ensure that sensitive or private information is not exposed. The contract's event logging practices appear secure.

  14. Scoping and Declarations.
    Proper scoping and declarations were found in the code, preventing unexpected behavior.

  15. Uninitialized storage pointers.
    Storage pointers were correctly initialized in the contract to avoid unintended storage writes.

  16. Arithmetic accuracy.
    Arithmetic operations were accurately implemented, minimizing the risk of vulnerabilities related to arithmetic calculations.

  17. Design Logic.
    The overall design logic of the contract was reviewed, and no architectural or design issues that impact security were identified.

  18. Cross-function race conditions.
    Cross-function race conditions were reevaluated to ensure all possible cases were considered, and the contract remains secure.

  19. Safe OpenZeppelin contracts implementation and usage.
    The contract's usage of OpenZeppelin contracts was verified to be secure, with no issues identified.

  20. Fallback function security.
    The contract's fallback function was assessed for security, and it was found to prevent unexpected behavior or vulnerabilities.

  21. Private user data leaks.
    The contract does not leak private user data and maintains user privacy.

Based on this security point check, the WOOF Token ($WOOF) smart contract appears to have been well-audited, with robust security practices in place to mitigate potential vulnerabilities and risks. These findings contribute to the overall security score of the contract.


Conclusion:

The WOOF Token ($WOOF ) smart contract by EDEN has undergone a thorough security audit. Our review did not uncover any critical or high-risk vulnerabilities. However, we recommend addressing the low-risk findings with clear documentation and communication to enhance the contract's user experience. Overall, the contract demonstrates strong security practices and a commitment to providing a secure and functional token for users.

Please note that while this audit has identified potential areas for improvement, the absence of critical or high-risk issues suggests that the contract is generally well-constructed from a security perspective. Users and stakeholders should exercise caution and review the contract thoroughly before engaging with it.

This audit report is based on the code and information available at the time of the assessment. Subsequent changes or updates to the contract may impact its security posture.

Project Description (as the Auditor):

The WOOF Token (WOOF ) project, developed by EDEN, represents a decentralized digital asset built on the DogeChain EVM blockchain. The primary objective of this project is to provide a secure and efficient token ecosystem that aligns with the principles of transparency and trust.

WOOF Token (WOOF) serves as a utility token within the ecosystem, enabling users to engage in various activities, including transfers, trading, and participation in governance processes. The contract's functionalities are designed to offer flexibility while maintaining a robust security posture.

As the auditor of the WOOF Token (WOOF) project, our role is to conduct a comprehensive security audit to assess the contract's adherence to best practices, its ability to prevent vulnerabilities, and its overall security posture. The audit process involved a meticulous review of the contract's codebase, smart contract functions, and interactions with external dependencies.

The project aims to establish a token environment where users can confidently transact and participate, with minimal security concerns. Our findings and recommendations, outlined in the audit report, provide insights into the contract's strengths and areas for potential improvement. The audit report serves as a valuable resource for users, stakeholders, and developers to make informed decisions regarding their involvement with the WOOF Token (WOOF) project.

With our commitment to security and transparency, we are dedicated to assisting the WOOF Token (WOOF) project in achieving its goals and fostering a secure token ecosystem for its community. The project's strong security practices and dedication to user safety underscore its potential as a trustworthy digital asset within the blockchain space.

Please note that while our audit provides valuable insights into the contract's security, it does not constitute financial or investment advice. Users and stakeholders are encouraged to conduct their own research and due diligence before engaging with the contract or associated tokens.

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