Security audits
for zero-knowledge

Have you heard of zero-knowledge applications?
No, what are they?
They're a new way of computing that allows you to delegate computations and verify their results using cryptography.
What about the "zero-knowledge" though?
The computation, or the program, that's delegated can take "private" arguments or inputs. The solution of a sudoku puzzle, for example. These inputs can be kept secret from others. Hence the zero-knowledge.
That's interesting, but what about the security risks?
That's where zkSecurity comes in! Our goal is to ensure that the transition to a zero-knowledge world comes with minimal issues. We produce tooling, best practices, and audit zero-knowledge systems and applications. That's what we do!

Have confidence in your stack

Audits are point-in-time assessments of a protocol or an implementation. They allow projects and companies to get more assurance that their offerings provide a baseline of security. As part of our work we provide audits of zero-knowledge proof systems, their applications, and the protocols that make use of them (for example, secure multi-party computation protocols).

Read more about what zk security encompasses

Contributing to the ecosystem

As we're in the front of this nascent field, we must keep ourselves up-to-date with the latest schemes and protocols. As part of this work we freely publish what we learn as open source projects.

Read more about our open-source projects

Do it yourself

As part of our work, we also conduct research in the latest techniques and ways to find vulnerabilities in zk applications.

Read more about the kind of bugs that we find in zk applications