Security is the secret and the essential ingredient in any organization's workflow
With over 500 plus mobile application testing done over the last four years, our team at TSARO LABS has acquired unmatched exposure to diversified scenarios with severe possibilities that can lead to various vulnerabilities in the field of mobile applications. That is why we are engaged in each step of your SDLC and embedding security into your business workflow. We automate all required types of pen testing and deploy all required tools that the attackers use. We also optimize manual penetration testing approaches that ensure every aspect from the perspective of a real-time attacker.
The common vulnerabilities we tackled in the past
Low-grade code obfuscation
Unsecure data storage
Remote execution of code
Leakage of source code
Unauthorized access to the website
No SSL certificate pinning
MAP test emulates an attack targeting a custom mobile application (iOS and/or Android). It focuses on enumerating all vulnerabilities within an app, ranging from binary compile issues and improper sensitive data storage to more application-based traditional problems such as username. We have tried putting an outline of the standards, tools, and processes that TSARO LABS engineers follow while completing a MAP assessment
Open web application security project (owasp) testing guide
OWASP mobile security testing guide (MSTG)
OWASP mobile application security checklist
OWASP Top 10 2017 – The ten most critical web application security risks
Technical guide to information security testing and assessment (NIST 800-115)
The penetration testing execution standard (PTES)
Nearly 70% of fraud transactions occur from mobile browsers.
4 out of every 100 devices are compromised by a mobile app security threat.
Nearly 25% of all mobile malware occurrences were in the U.S., while almost 24% were in India.
Also known as the ‘pen test’, it is a method to evaluate the effectiveness of any organization’s security controls. The testing is carried out under controlled conditions and simulates scenarios representing what a real-time attacker would attempt. Upon gap identification, the test goes beyond basic vulnerability scanning to further determine how an attacker would escalate access to sensitive information, financial data, intellectual property, or any other data.