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Aragon Payroll Application Audit

1 Summary

ConsenSys Diligence conducted a security audit on a new Aragon app Payroll and Passive Pricefeed (PPF). These apps are deeply dependent on aragonOS and some other Aragon apps (such as Finance) which are out of the scope for this audit.

  • Project Name: Payroll Aragon App and PPF Contracts
  • Client Name: Aragon Association
  • Client Contact: Louis Giraux (
  • Lead Auditor: Shayan Eskandari
  • Co-auditors: Daniel Luca, Martin Ortner, Sergii Kravchenko
  • Date: July 2019

2 Audit Scope

This audit covered the following repositories and files:

Repository Frozen Commit hash
Payroll 35a2c25b7e5e22b88fd584a9d2ee023f785e8d4c
Passive Pricefeed (PPF) 68ab78db525bee218fd62e155cd76c68136abe3f
File SHA-1 hash
payroll/future-apps/payroll/contracts/Payroll.sol e0e6aba06d5c030d56b5026680c643644638ec38
ppf-contracts/packages/ppf-contracts/contracts/PPF.sol 291a27a38cb5d1605fed855b5e47b8928c157dea
ppf-contracts/packages/ppf-contracts/contracts/IFeed.sol 3a1a6b3e463fcd862b658b2f2c427027c51a2c86
ppf-contracts/packages/ppf-contracts/contracts/IPPFFactory.sol f16e2e810a00580a472e05d0c95ce0227ac2318e
ppf-contracts/packages/ppf-contracts/contracts/PPFFactory.sol f3689a91643f72ea7d2c33057ddd057c363ca966

The following files were used as reference point and were not included in the full audit:

File SHA-1 hash
payroll/future-apps/payroll/contracts/PayrollKit.sol 6637ffaead511c8121bce29534a2f867c2efdca7

2.1 Documentation

The following documentation was available to the audit team:

The audit team evaluated that the system is secure, resilient, and working according to its specifications. The audit activities can be grouped into the following three broad categories:

  1. Security: Identifying security related issues within the contract.
  2. Architecture: Evaluating the system architecture through the lens of established smart contract best practices.
  3. Code quality: A full review of the contract source code. The primary areas of focus include:
    • Correctness
    • Readability
    • Scalability
    • Code complexity
    • Quality of test coverage

3 System Overview

The purpose of the Payroll app is to implement a Payroll system in multiple currencies/tokens. Payroll.sol requires a price feed and Passive Pricefeed (PPF) is one such pricefeed available to Payroll instances for conversion between the tokens. Aragon team encourages initial users to set up their instance with a simplified price feed that only sets a 1:1 rate between USD and DAI (and of course, DAI to DAI). It also uses aragonOS for Access Control (ACL) and other Aragon app functionalities. Finance is a "frontend" contract to the underlying Vault, which manages budgets and other nice accounting decorators. Payroll can also handle reimbursements and bonuses manually added by payroll managers. The Vault stores and handles ETH and token transfers and no funds are stored in the other contracts.

3.1 Detailed Design

This section describes the top-level contracts, their inheritance structure and the contract interactions.

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Inheritance graph

A complete view of the inheritance structure:

Inheritance graph of Payroll.sol and PPF-contracts


The application consists of the Payroll contract extending the aragonOS framework AragonApp base contract while also implementing the IForwarder interface. Payroll extends the Aragon Application offering with an automated employee payroll system, managing multiple tokens interfacing with the DAO's own Finance application that keeps track of income, expenses, and performs payments by interfacing with the DAO's Vault. Employees can decide in what (allowed) tokens they would like to be paid out on payday. Exchanges rates for the allowed tokens are fetched from a price feed provider implementing the IFeed interface.

The following graphic attempts to give an overview of the components, actors and the main functionalities exposed by the Payroll application, including the permissions required to initiate a call, as well as, how the entities interact with each other.

Payroll Actors and Components Overview

  • Payroll is the main payroll application.
  • Finance keeps track of income, expenses and initiates payments.
  • Vault is used to store and finalize the transfer of the tokens.
  • IFeed is an interface used to communicate with a price-feed provider to get exchange rates for converting base/denominatorTokens to allowed tokens for payout.

There are two main groups of actors in the Payroll system:

  • Payroll manager - privileged access to the payroll application. Can be Ethereum accounts (single, multiple or multisig) as well as delegated to any of the DAO's forwarding applications (e.g. Voting). It could also be set it so that only the managers of the org (holding a special token controlled by a Token Manager) act as Payroll managers. A list of permissions with their description can be found in the Updated Application README.
  • Employees - Any Ethereum address added to the payroll application by the payroll manager. Employees can change their own Address, specify the allocation of the allowed tokens they want to be paid with, and initiate the payout. Employees may receive ETH or compliant tokens. Payroll is also acting as an Aragon forwarder by implementing the IForward interface allowing active Employees to execute scripts on behalf of the Payroll application (Finance is blacklisted from being called by default as Payroll has permissions on Finance to initiate payments).

For other actors in this system see Actors.

Permission Overview

The following diagram depicts the permissions within the DAO including the Payroll application derived from the Aragon DAO Permission Table Examples (MultiSig) and the PayrollKit.sol as provided in the codebase.

Update: PayrollKit.sol has been moved to an examples/ folder to make it more clear that it is not meant to be used as a production kit (PR: aragon-apps/pull/898).

Aragon team is suggesting to initial users to install the Payroll app manually into their already created organizations. In the future, more templates and options for a Payroll app will come "pre-installed" when the organization is created. At the very least, most sensitive actions ("management") will be protected by a Voting app.

Payroll Component Permissions

4 Key Observations/Recommendations

  • The code is well written with many possible attacks in mind (e.g. DoS) and considers most of the security best practices.

  • Payroll similar to aragonOS (@aragon/os@4.2.0) uses Solidity version 0.4.24 which is not the latest version of Solidity.

  • It is possible for active Employees in Payroll to forward their request to other Aragon apps using Forwarder in Payroll, except to Finance as it is blacklisted in the code. This is intended to be used as a method for employees to participate in votings and other organizational functionalities, however, this widens the general attack vector of the system. At this time, no critical attack vectors have been identified.

  • UPDATE: Allowed tokens in the payroll system can be modified. Tokens can be disallowed for any reason by MANAGE_ALLOWED_TOKENS_ROLE role. In case an employee has that token in her allocation, she needs to update her allocation by calling determineAllocation to be able to get a payout. This change was done after the initial audit report recommendations.

  • If one of the tokens balance of the underlying Vault is not sufficient or if any of the token budgets configured in Finance have been reached, payday() function will fail.

  • Arithmetic operations performed are protected by SafeMath where it makes sense.

  • Basic application documentation including a list of security considerations, an application description, an overview of the permissions and inline documentation for contracts and their exposed functionality is available.

  • Reentrancy guard has been used in Payroll on main functionalities.

  • There are many aspects of the Payroll system that are centralized due to permissions and overall architecture of Aragon apps. More details can be found in Trust Model section.

  • The current Employee data structure does not preserve the employee's start date which might be required for anniversary based calculations and bonuses as found in traditional organizations.

5 Security Specification

This section describes, from a security perspective, the expected behavior of the system under audit. It is not a substitute for documentation. The purpose of this section is to identify specific security properties that were validated by the audit team.

5.1 Actors

The relevant actors are as follows:

  • Payroll manager (see Chapter 3 - Components)
  • Employee (see Chapter 3 - Components)
  • DAO Stakeholder (especially in Voting configurations)
  • Price Feed Contract and Operators (in full control of the exchange rates)
  • Other Ethereum addresses (can interact with exposed functionality of the DAO or specific parts of the Payroll)

5.2 Trust Model

In any smart contract system, it's important to identify what trust is expected/required between various actors. For this audit, we established the following trust model:

Please refer to the diagrams in Chapter 3 for an overview on the components and permissions that comprise the smart contract system.

  • The payroll application is part of the Aragon DAO application landscape.
  • The payroll application is interacting with the DAO's own finance application authenticated by the CREATE_PAYMENTS_ROLE on finance that permits the contract to execute payouts.
  • By interacting with finance, the payroll application maintains indirect access to the DAO's vault.
  • The payroll application is managed by a set of roles that can be assigned to arbitrary ethereum accounts including the DAOs voting application.
  • Holding any of the management-related roles elevates an account to higher privileges (e.g. hiring manager or payroll configuration manager), and based on their permission they are allowed to change various core aspects of the application.
  • The payroll manager can change the price feed used for base token conversions at any time.
  • The payroll manager defines which tokens can be used to pay out salary. Tokens can be removed from the allowed list by MANAGE_ALLOWED_TOKENS_ROLE and is limited to a maximum number of allowed tokens.
  • The payroll manager can put arbitrary ethereum addresses on the DAO's payroll by adding them as employees specifying their initial salary. Payroll managers can terminate employees, change their salary and add bonus and reimbursements.
  • The payroll manager remains in indirect control of the exchange conversion rates via the price feed configuration.
  • Employees have to trust the payroll manager. Although it should be noted that the role of managers may be one entity, or multiple different ones with different roles granted.
  • Employees can expect that base tokens they earned cannot be removed (bonus, reimbursements, salary up to the point of termination or salary adjustment).
  • Employees cannot return erroneously received bonus, reimbursements or salary denominationToken within the system without having to pay out and return them manually, potentially introducing conversion losses.
  • Employees have to trust the price feed provider to receive fair exchange rates within the block they're calling for a payout.
  • The DAO has to trust the price feed provider to receive fair exchange rates that will not drain all the DAOs funds.

The trust in the pricefeed can be mitigated if the price feed provider entity with the role of CHANGE_PRICE_FEED_ROLE is a Voting app rather than an EOA account.

  • Terminated Employees can only be deleted from the contract storage once they transferred all their bonuses, reimbursements and salary.
  • Anyone who has permission to update applications in kernel can just upgrade Payroll contract implementation.
  • Payroll's permission to make transactions through the Finance application may be recalled.
  • There might not be enough funds in the Vault app.
  • Potentially sensitive information like the number of employees, employee roles and their base salaries, as well as the DAOs funds are transparently accessible either by listening to events or monitoring the contract storage on the blockchain.

6 Issues

Each issue has an assigned severity:

  • Minor issues are subjective in nature. They are typically suggestions around best practices or readability. Code maintainers should use their own judgment as to whether to address such issues.
  • Medium issues are objective in nature but are not security vulnerabilities. These should be addressed unless there is a clear reason not to.
  • Major issues are security vulnerabilities that may not be directly exploitable or may require certain conditions in order to be exploited. All major issues should be addressed.
  • Critical issues are directly exploitable security vulnerabilities that need to be fixed.

The following table contains all the issues discovered during the audit, ordered based on their severity.

Chapter Issue Title Issue Status Severity
6.1 PriceFeed is not trustless and can affect the payouts Won't Fix Major
6.2 Employee should be able limit exchange rate Closed Major
6.3 Employee may lose up to a second of the salary Closed Medium
6.4 Exchange rate upper limit Won't Fix Medium
6.5 Allowed tokens list should be modifiable Closed Medium
6.6 Decimal calculations ONE, can differ between Price feed and Payroll Closed Minor
6.7 Create an external function to view employees balance Closed Minor
6.8 Payroll - Unused Import SafeMath8 Closed Minor
6.9 Payroll - Internal role constants can be slightly gas optimized Closed Minor

6.1 PriceFeed is not trustless and can affect the payouts

Severity Status Remediation Comment
Major Won't Fix Aragon team are investigating more trust-minimized, price feed implementations. There are some ideas being discussed, such as aragon/ppf#15, aragon/ppf#16.


PriceFeed, PPF, is not trustless and is controlled by operator and operatorOwner. operator will be running PPF-server or similar services to update the pair exchange rates xrt on the PPF smart contract. This means the operator's key is a hot key and requires to be on an online system. Compromising this key can result in fake prices to be added to the price feed which reflects the payouts done by payroll contract. Colluding with an employee can drain all stored funds.


A compromised operator key can change the xrt of a token pair to a number which results in higher payouts for employees. The recovery of such compromise is cumbersome as it requires multiple transactions.

  • Deployment of new PPF with new operator keys or change the operator of the PPF instance.
  • In case of new PPF deployment, a user with CHANGE_PRICE_FEED_ROLE permission should call payroll.setPriceFeed() to switch to the new PPF.
  • PPF should reset all exchange rates for payroll to payout.


There are different approaches to fix this issue. One could be to use a more decentralized price feed such as MakerDAO, Chainlink, or a multisig operator. Another approach, also suggested in issue 6.2, is to have a way to limit the acceptable exchange rates. This is not a trivial change as the employee and Payroll owner should update these limits based on the market movement, but there can be a min and max price rate that are acceptable.

Suggestion from Aragon team: Initial users should use a default DAI:USD 1:1 pricefeed to start with, and then think about migrating to something more complex that they manage themselves, like PPF.

6.2 Employee should be able limit exchange rate

Severity Status Remediation Comment
Major Closed Fixed in aragon/aragon-apps#904, by adding optional argument of uint256[] _minRates to payday(). This is additional to another fix that adds allocation token distribution per employee rather than organizational.


An employee has no control over the exchange rate feed and there is (almost) no way to ensure that the payroll will not be transferred using very unfair rate.


Just like when you trade on the exchange, you usually submit a maximum price for which you are willing to buy the tokens, any employee should also be able to limit losses from untrusted exchange rate feeds.


Add the ability for an employee to submit minimal exchange rates that are acceptable for the payroll. This can be done by passing an array with minimal rates to payday function. If an employee does not want to pass the limit, it's possible to just send an empty array or array of zeros.

6.3 Employee may lose up to a second of the salary

Severity Status Remediation Comment
Medium Closed Fixed in aragon/aragon-apps#907, aragon/aragon-apps#912, aragon/aragon-apps#926. The extra second now goes into an employee's accrued salary.


An employee can lose up to a second of their salary on calling payday function. It happens if the employee requests a specific amount of money that cannot be formed by multiplying salary-per-second base-unit denominationTokenSalary and any amount of seconds. On that case, rounding is done in favour of an employer.


uint256 timeDiff = _paidAmount.div(employee.denominationTokenSalary);

// We check if the division was perfect, and if not, take its ceiling to avoid giving away
// tiny amounts of salary.
// Employees may lose up to a second's worth of payroll if they use the "request partial
// amount" feature or reach salary amounts that get capped by uint max.
if (timeDiff.mul(employee.denominationTokenSalary) != _paidAmount) {
    timeDiff = timeDiff.add(1);

This issue has also been discussed by the project team.


While losing up to a second might not sound like a big issue, it can be easily fixed by adding this rounding error to the accrued salary of the employee instead of just keeping it to the employer. Adding this to the accrued salary, might have side-effects e.g. that a terminated employee cannot immediately be removed from storage after cashing out, because payday accounted the lost fraction of a second to accrued salary.

6.4 Exchange rate upper limit

Severity Status Remediation Comment
Medium Won't Fix If desired, the Payroll manager can implement a IFeed that sets these limits and use it as their price feed.


An employer has the power to choose the exchange rate feed, but if it relies on the third-party feed, there is no simple way to ensure that the feed won't go malicious or some abnormal rate would slip through at some point.


There should be an optional possibility for an employer to create an upper limit for exchange rates. It should be noted that this upper limit can also be used by the employer to prevent the employees payout to be sent out. However such functionality can protect both employee and employer from a malicious price feed or sudden fluctuation in the token prices.

6.5 Allowed tokens list should be modifiable

Severity Status Remediation Comment
Medium Closed Fixed in aragon/aragon-apps#901 & aragon/aragon-apps#904. This is done by adding setAllowedToken() callable by MANAGE_ALLOWED_TOKENS_ROLE. if a token is disallowed, Employees have to update their token allocation by calling determineAllocation() before calling payday().


In the current implementation, there can only be a maximum of 20 allowed tokens that are used for payroll. There is no way to modify the allowedTokens list except for adding new tokens before the number of allowed tokens hits 20.


  1. If there will be more than 20 tokens (e.g. stablecoins) bounded to the real-world currencies.
  2. If the company switches multiple times from some set of coins to another.
  3. The company does not want to make a payroll in some tokens anymore.
  4. The address of a specific token is changed due to smart contract updates.


Allow modifying allowedTokens list while maintaining security. Modifying the list is tricky and might introduce new attack vectors by employer, as the employee payment allocation is currently bounded to the order of allowed tokens list.

6.6 Decimal calculations ONE, can differ between Price feed and Payroll

Severity Status Remediation Comment
Minor Closed Fixed by adding feed.ratePrecision() (aragon/ppf#28) and proper checks in payroll.payday() (aragon/aragon-apps#902).


The decimal calculation is using a hardcoded ONE = 10 ** 18; in both PPF (uint256) and Payroll (uint128) contracts.

  • In PPF.sol:


uint256 constant public ONE = 10 ** 18; // 10^18 is considered 1 in the price feed to allow for decimal calculations
  • In Payroll.sol:


uint128 internal constant ONE = 10 ** 18; // 10^18 is considered 1 in the price feed to allow for decimal calculations

This can result in an issue in some calculations as the types are different (uint128 v.s. uint 256) but mainly for future/thirdparty IFEED interfaces that specify different decimal points for ONE.


  • In PPF.sol:


function get(address base, address quote) public view returns (uint128, uint64) {
    if (base == quote) {
        return (uint128(ONE), getTimestamp64());
  • In Payroll.sol:


// Convert amount (in denomination tokens) to payout token and apply allocation
uint256 tokenAmount = _totalAmount.mul(exchangeRate).mul(tokenAllocation);
// Divide by 100 for the allocation percentage and by ONE for the exchange rate precision
tokenAmount = tokenAmount / (100 * ONE);


In Payroll.sol where ONE is used, read the value from PPF contract, or simply require them to be the same.

6.7 Create an external function to view employees balance

Severity Status Remediation Comment
Minor Closed Fixed in aragon/aragon-apps#900.


There is no simple way to find out how much money an employee can withdraw as a payroll. Even though the employee can withdraw the maximum amount by simply passing 0 as _requestedAmount parameter, it would still be useful to have that information accessible through the external view function.


Create an external view function that returns the amount of money that can be currently withdrawn from Payroll by an employee.

6.8 Payroll - Unused Import SafeMath8

Severity Status Remediation Comment
Minor Closed Fixed in aragon/aragon-apps#897.


Payroll imports SafeMath8 but it is never used.


import "@aragon/os/contracts/lib/math/SafeMath8.sol";


Remove the unused import statement.

6.9 Payroll - Internal role constants can be slightly gas optimized

Severity Status Remediation Comment
Minor Closed Fixed in aragon/aragon-apps#899.


A slight gas optimization can be done to the *_ROLE constants.

At the moment, the code is very readable because the constants are clearly specified and the developer and reviewer understand and trust the value computed is the correct one.


bytes32 constant public ADD_EMPLOYEE_ROLE = keccak256("ADD_EMPLOYEE_ROLE");
bytes32 constant public TERMINATE_EMPLOYEE_ROLE = keccak256("TERMINATE_EMPLOYEE_ROLE");
bytes32 constant public SET_EMPLOYEE_SALARY_ROLE = keccak256("SET_EMPLOYEE_SALARY_ROLE");
bytes32 constant public ADD_BONUS_ROLE = keccak256("ADD_BONUS_ROLE");
bytes32 constant public ADD_REIMBURSEMENT_ROLE = keccak256("ADD_REIMBURSEMENT_ROLE");
bytes32 constant public CHANGE_PRICE_FEED_ROLE = keccak256("CHANGE_PRICE_FEED_ROLE");
bytes32 constant public MODIFY_RATE_EXPIRY_ROLE = keccak256("MODIFY_RATE_EXPIRY_ROLE");


In order to keep readability while slightly optimizing gas usage, the code can be changed to include a comment describing the string hashes:

/* Hardcoded constants to save gas
bytes32 constant public ADD_EMPLOYEE_ROLE = keccak256("ADD_EMPLOYEE_ROLE");
bytes32 constant public TERMINATE_EMPLOYEE_ROLE = keccak256("TERMINATE_EMPLOYEE_ROLE");
bytes32 constant public SET_EMPLOYEE_SALARY_ROLE = keccak256("SET_EMPLOYEE_SALARY_ROLE");
bytes32 constant public ADD_BONUS_ROLE = keccak256("ADD_BONUS_ROLE");
bytes32 constant public ADD_REIMBURSEMENT_ROLE = keccak256("ADD_REIMBURSEMENT_ROLE");
bytes32 constant public CHANGE_PRICE_FEED_ROLE = keccak256("CHANGE_PRICE_FEED_ROLE");
bytes32 constant public MODIFY_RATE_EXPIRY_ROLE = keccak256("MODIFY_RATE_EXPIRY_ROLE");
bytes32 constant public ADD_EMPLOYEE_ROLE = 0x9ecdc3c63716b45d0756eece5fe1614cae1889ec5a1ce62b3127c1f1f1615d6e;
bytes32 constant public TERMINATE_EMPLOYEE_ROLE = 0x69c67f914d12b6440e7ddf01961214818d9158fbcb19211e0ff42800fdea9242;
bytes32 constant public SET_EMPLOYEE_SALARY_ROLE = 0xea9ac65018da2421cf419ee2152371440c08267a193a33ccc1e39545d197e44d;
bytes32 constant public ADD_BONUS_ROLE = 0xceca7e2f5eb749a87aaf68f3f76d6b9251aa2f4600f13f93c5a4adf7a72df4ae;
bytes32 constant public ADD_REIMBURSEMENT_ROLE = 0x90698b9d54427f1e41636025017309bdb1b55320da960c8845bab0a504b01a16;
bytes32 constant public ALLOWED_TOKENS_MANAGER_ROLE = 0xaf745f37ed66a453b76a80330aadeb12ce3d4046a1bb2da44b80198c35acb8fa;
bytes32 constant public CHANGE_PRICE_FEED_ROLE = 0xc542dd99403fb00292dc8387e408d46f2964cb93af19a921ab5a1a399540ebe6;
bytes32 constant public MODIFY_RATE_EXPIRY_ROLE = 0x79fe989a8899060dfbdabb174ebb96616fa9f1d9dadd739f8d814cbab452404e;

This version will save some gas (~80 per constant usage) but it will force the code reviewer to validate the correctness of the computed values.

7 Tool-Based Analysis

Several tools were used to perform automated analysis of the reviewed contracts. These issues were reviewed by the audit team, and relevant issues are listed in the Issue Details section.

7.1 MythX

MythX is a security analysis API for Ethereum smart contracts. It performs multiple types of analysis, including fuzzing and symbolic execution, to detect many common vulnerability types. The tool was used for automated vulnerability discovery for all audited contracts and libraries. More details on MythX can be found at

Where possible, we ran the full MythX analysis. MythX is still in beta, and where analysis failed, we fell back to running Mythril Classic, a large subset of the functionality of MythX.

The raw output of MythX and Mythril Classic vulnerability scans can be found here.

7.2 Ethlint

Ethlint is an open source project for linting Solidity code. Only security-related issues were reviewed by the audit team.

The raw output of the Ethlint vulnerability scan can be found here.

7.3 Surya

Surya is a utility tool for smart contract systems. It provides a number of visual outputs and information about the structure of smart contracts. It also supports querying the function call graph in multiple ways to aid in the manual inspection and control flow analysis of contracts.

A complete list of functions with their visibility and modifiers can be found here.

8 Test Coverage Measurement

Testing is implemented using Truffle. 1796 tests are included for the Payroll contract, and they all pass. You can find the test script output here.

We were unable to run code coverage tests successfully. You can find the logs here. We also noted that the coverage task is failing in the project teams source repository CI pipeline where it is marked as allowed to fail.

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