Public Goods

Cantina provides a platform for public goods (i.e. open source projects with no financial incentive structure in place) to receive security reviews. Cantina does not take a network fee for these engagements.

An example is the Solady security review, where $99,000 were successfully collected through a public fundraising effort to enable a team of security researchers scrutinize the Solady public library for vulnerabilities. The report is available in the following link: Solady Report.

Security reviews for public goods like open-source projects are essential. They ensure these vital resources are safe and reliable for global use, thus supporting a secure digital ecosystem.

To organize a public goods security review, Contact the Cantina core team.

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