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Smart Contract Auditing involves thoroughly examining the code, usually by a third party, to look for flaws and improve functionality. Audit significantly reduces the chances of errors, providing a safe deployment of your project. Smart contract flaws could pose a security risk and are tempting targets for malicious cybercriminals. Auditors must be able to access documents such as the project's whitepaper/yellow paper, the technical specification document, smart contract code via GitHub commits, and others. The auditors conduct initial reporting after completing the first round of detailed project analysis and final reporting.