Application Security Testing
Black Box Testing
Our Black Box Testing approach will involve simulating real-world attacks on your mobile app and API backend without access to the source code. This method is designed to identify vulnerabilities and security weaknesses from an attacker’s perspective. Our Black Box Testing process includes the following phases:
Reconnaissance: Our team will gather information about the target application and API, including understanding its architecture, functionality, and potential entry points.
Vulnerability Assessment: Using automated tools and manual techniques, we will identify potential vulnerabilities in the application and API backend.
Exploitation: Our experts will attempt to exploit the identified vulnerabilities to confirm their existence and assess the potential impact on your organisation.
Reporting: We will provide a detailed report outlining the vulnerabilities discovered, their potential impact, and recommended remediation steps.
Optional: Source Code Review
In addition to Black Box Testing, our Source Code Review approach will involve a thorough examination of your mobile app and API backend source code. This method allows our security experts to identify vulnerabilities and security weaknesses that may be missed during Black Box Testing. Our Source Code Review process includes the following phases:
Code Review: Our team will review your application and API source code, focusing on potential security flaws, adherence to best practices, and overall code quality.
Static Analysis: We will use advanced static analysis tools to automatically identify potential security issues in your source code.
Manual Verification: Our experts will manually verify any findings from the static analysis phase to eliminate false positives and confirm the existence of vulnerabilities.
Reporting: We will provide a comprehensive report detailing the findings, including the vulnerabilities discovered, their potential impact, and recommended remediation steps.
|Starting at 24 Hours
|Source Code Review
|Starting at 36 Hours