Our Mobile App VAPT assessment will give you a detailed report of all potential threats that exist in your mobile applications, including software vulnerabilities and misconfigurations. We will also provide recommendations on how to fix those problems, so that you can be sure your data is safe from attack. We test both Android and iOS Applications and our Mobile Application Security Testing covers the following Domains:
If Solutions and Organisations are left un-protected or under-protected, it allows for hackers to easily access sensitive information without being observed and re-use the stolen data for wrong-doing or purposes for which the User has not given permission to.
A serious attack could result into a denial of delivery of Service, ransom demands or complete loss of Data. This will result into loss of Credibility, damage claims by Clients, loss of future Business
Technical Security and General Security.
Technical Security pertains to protection of the Platform/Product/Solution/Servers from attacks.
General Security pertains to implementing Organisation wide processes to prevent attacks from being successful
Approximately 1.25 months excluding remediation activity.
We do not remediate but do provide explanation on how to remediate the Vulnerabilities. Fixing them is your responsibility.
The term Android vulnerability assessment and penetration testing refers to the process of identifying security vulnerabilities in Android applications and devices in mobile app VAPT. Vulnerability assessments can be performed during the development phase, before releasing an application on Google Play or other app stores, or they can be performed after a product has been released. A vulnerability assessment may also be used to determine whether or not a new version of an application or operating system needs to be developed.
Penetration testing is used to determine whether or not a hacker could take advantage of any vulnerabilities found in an Android app or device. Penetration testing may include using methods such as social engineering, phishing attacks, brute force attacks and so on.
There are many ways that you can test an application for vulnerabilities. Some of the methods include:
Yes. Cross-Site Scripting [XSS] attacks are possible on all platforms, including mobile and desktop. However, they are much more difficult to exploit on mobile devices because of the extra layers of protection that come with the operating system.
Yes. Mobile apps are vulnerable to CSRF. In the context of mobile apps, this means that if you’re logged into your bank’s mobile app and you open your email app, an attacker could send you a malicious link that would cause you to log out of your bank’s mobile app and log into their own account—with your username and password!