Camino Network Web3 Travel Ecosystem Achieves Security Clearance with Hexens Audit


The Camino Network Foundation has announced that renowned cybersecurity company Hexens has completed a security audit of the Web3 travel ecosystem Camino Network with great results. Firms in the travel sector, including Lufthansa, EuroWings, Hahn Air, and Sunnycars, have backed the Camino Network consortium blockchain.

Hexens is well-known for auditing the code of smart contracts and blockchain infrastructure for projects such as Polygon Labs, Celo, and Lido. During the Camino Network audit, the Hexens team discovered nine minor flaws which were quickly resolved. This is evidence of the emphasis the Foundation places on strong security, as no significant vulnerabilities were found.

In addition, the Foundation has hired Hexens to continue to actively contribute to its security and has established a bug bounty program. White-hat hackers are invited to evaluate the security of the Camino Network in exchange for payments of up to $50,000 for the discovery of serious flaws. This demonstrates the commitment of the Camino Network to keeping the travel industry secure.

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