Solidproof.io · 2023/12/05 · Read 1 min, 10 secs
In response to concerns raised by the Waygate team, SolidProof conducted a thorough investigation into the reported exploit related to the deployer wallet. Our technical team identified several actions within the contracts, such as approving, minting, and upgrading, which were executed by the deployer wallet, initially owned by the development company hired by Waygate. However, even after the development company transferred ownership to Waygate, the ownership of the proxy still resides with their external blockchain development company, giving them the ability to upgrade the contract, altering minting functions and ownership, as observed in this incident.
For a detailed report on our investigation, please refer to the link below:
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SolidProof remains committed to ensuring the security and integrity of smart contracts and will continue to collaborate with clients to address any identified vulnerabilities promptly. We appreciate Waygate's proactive approach in bringing this matter to our attention, enabling us to conduct a swift and comprehensive analysis.
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The SolidProof Team