Mobile Apps Security
Either your organization develops a mobile application, or it is a business consumer of it. There is no denying the fact that mobile applications are one of the greatest sources of exploitation today. Mobile apps are prone to flaws, which are very similar to web applications and desktop applications. These vulnerabilities can be identified by our mobile application penetration testing service, which detects any kind of flaw and vulnerability in mobile apps.
What Securelayer7 offers
The SecureLayer7 mobile application security scheme is designed to suit the best of the client’s needs. The assessment procedure tests the mobile apps as well as the third party lib known vulnerabilities. The mobile app is tested statistically as well as dynamically identifying vulnerabilities. SecureLayer7 looks at the application on the whole and not just the bunch of code placed on your server or the API running on the server, thus ensuring complete information about vulnerabilities and complete security against the attacks and the attackers.
Mobile Device Penetration Testing
Before the mobile device gets in the market, mobile device security must be ensured by adopting mobile device penetration testing.
Apps Source Code Review
A source code review helps discover underlying code issues which may not be apparently exposed in the user interface.
API Security Assessment
For executing different operations multiple API are used in the mobile app. API must be tested for business logic and OWASP top 10.
Server Security Assessment
API and applications are hosted publicly on the server. The server must be pen tested for the vulnerabilities against NIST standards.
Mobile Application Penetration Testing
Mobile Application Security Methodology
SecureLayer7 accredited with certifications such as CERT-in and ISO 27001. CERT-in enables to certify the security audits for Government, the BFSI customers. SecureLayer7 provides testing and reporting to support application security compliance against PCI, HIPAA, SOC type 1 and type 2 and other regulatory requirements. SecureLayer7 can customise scanning reporting templates to support internal standards and other regulatory requirements.
Advantages with SecureLayer7
The benefits of mobile application penetration testing performed by SecureLayer7 include:
Supports iOS and Android Platforms
To identify multiple security risks in the application, pen testers simulate multiple payloads and vulnerabilities, including app permission, insecure storage, jailbroken device issues, authentication, and authorization issues.
Mobile apps will be tested on jailbroken or rooted devices to understand possible security issues on the devices. In addition, the mobile application was pen tested on the non-jailbroken or rooted devices to identify potential vulnerabilities. This will cover all aspects of testing.
In the pen test report, you will find summaries of risk and app weaknesses as well as attack recreation including screenshots and videos.
After performing patch verification, show customers and stakeholders your commitment towards security and protecting important assets.
What do you get?
Mobile Application Pen Test Deliverables
Vulnerability identification in your system along with the knowledge of major areas of exploitation is critical. However what is more important is to convey all this information in a simple and concise way. This report includes all the information of the security controls assessed in the scope as well as an analysis of the areas that need to be checked for achieving the required amount of security.
The report is systematically designed into two parts: the high-level management report—which is suitable for the understanding of management personnel—and the low-level report, which delivers an in-depth technical document for the technical staff to understand the underlying risks. The report also recommends and provides preventive countermeasures.
Common vulnerabilities in Mobile Applications
- Confidential information disclosure
- Improper session handling
- Data flow issues
- Side channel data leakage
- Server-side controls strength
- Poor authentication and authorization
- Deficient transport layer protection
- Client-side injection vulnerabilities
- Insecure data storage