Mobile Application
Penetration Testing

Mobile applications can put internal systems, processes, and data at risk. NetSPI’s mobile app penetration testing service identifies cybersecurity vulnerabilities and helps ensure mobile application security.

Improve Application Security

NetSPI’s mobile application penetration testing reduces organizational risk and improves application security

The pressure to quickly get a mobile application to market can lead to weak security and a lack of penetration testing. NetSPI identifies vulnerabilities in your mobile application infrastructure that make your organization susceptible to an external or internal security threat.

During our mobile app pentests, NetSPI evaluates client-side and backend server functionality for security vulnerabilities, and provides actionable guidance for remediation and improving application security risk posture.

Our penetration testers find 20% more vulnerabilities by using our Resolve™ platform and proven methodology.

What Does NetSPI Test For?

  • Insecure data storage
  • Client-side injection vulnerabilities
  • Data flow issues
  • Weak server-side controls
  • Poor authentication and authorization
  • Side channel data leakage
  • Insufficient transport layer protection
  • Improper session handling
  • Cryptography
  • Sensitive information disclosure

Mobile Application Penetration Testing Service

NetSPI tests your mobile application on Android and/or iOS for vulnerabilities. We manually pentest for security controls in four essential areas: file system, memory, network communications, and graphical user interface (GUI). We test for the OWASP Top 10 and much more.

Anonymous Testing

  • Non-credentialed user
  • Application client binary
  • Application server & web components
  • Mobile device, network & server layers
  • Automated scanners
  • Manual verification

Authenticated Testing

  • Credentialed users by type
  • Automated & manual processes
  • Elevate privileges
  • Gain access to restricted functionality
  • Manual verification

TERMS TO KNOW

What is the OWASP Mobile Top 10?

In addition to identifying application logic weaknesses, NetSPI’s mobile application pentesting service targets OWASP Mobile Top 10 vulnerabilities. 

The OWASP Mobile Top 10 is a list of the most critical security risks to mobile applications, identified by an industry consensus. Adopting the OWASP Mobile Top 10 in your mobile app development and security assessment processes is a strong step in improving mobile application security for your business, your partners, and your customers.

OWASP Mobile Top 10

M1Improper Platform Usage
M2Insecure Data Storage
M3Insecure Communication
M4Insecure Authentication
M5Insufficient Cryptography
M6Insecure Authorization
M7Client Code Quality
M8Code Tampering
M9Reverse Engineering
M10Extraneous Functionality

Powered by Resolve™

Mobile application pentesting engagements are managed and delivered through Resolve, NetSPI’s vulnerability management and orchestration platform. 
Resolve elevates your vulnerability management and pentesting program. Here’s how:

Simplified Vulnerability Management

  • Manage the lifecycle of vulnerabilities from discovery to remediation – in one single platform.

Increase Pentest ROI
 

  • Resolve’s Workbench cuts the time to complete a pentest engagement by 40 percent.

Security Automation
 

  • Automate key security functions and administrative tasks to focus on finding and remediating the vulnerabilities 
    that matter most.

Test Continuously or
At-Scale

  • Resolve is flexible and can scale up or down to meet the security testing requirements of any organization.

Manage Your Entire Attack Surface

  • Use Resolve as the foundation for a strong pentesting program and monitor your evolving attack surface continuously.

Connect With Our Experts
 

  • With each vulnerability, receive details on severity, 
    business impact, remediation instructions, replication steps, and more.

Pentesting Research and Tools

Learn about penetration testing on our blog, our open source penetration testing toolsets for the infosec community, and our SQL injection wiki.

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