Code Review.

Deep dive into source code to find the vulnerabilities.

Code is the foundation of applications. Have our talented team of engineers review your code to make sure that your application is built with a strong foundation.

90% of all vulnerabilities can be derived from source code.

Auditing

A white box assessment is implemented to audit source code for an application to verify that security controls are present.

Threat Modeling   Security Control Review   Library Analysis

Identify, analyze, remediate

The first step to threat modeling is establishing which model of the application needs to be audited. The vectors of attack need to be listed for developers to close said vectors.

Control Implementation

The controls are reviewed to see if they were configured correctly. Exploitation tools will be used to provide a proof of concept in vulnerable vectors.

Package manager and extension analysis

The most common threats are those that reside in packages that applications use. These packages are not maintained within the organization but through a third-party developer or software company.

White Box Testing

The best way to audit code is to test an

application knowing the source code.

Manual Testing   Unit Testing   Integration Testing

Manual Testing

Source code leveraged testing

Passively using Open Source Intelligence and static code analysis to find vulnerabilities.

Integration Testing

Testing independent units and how they connect

Test how well your software connects to other points in software and if the modules work together as expected.

Unit Testing

Testing edge cases

By looking at your application through a different pair of eyes, edge cases can be defined and tested against.

Tool Assisted

Our automation framework of tools can help

parse code and point out snippets where

client-server communication are pivotal.

Static Code Analysis   Dynamic Code Analysis   Custom Analysis

Static Code Analysis

Using automation to find security flaws

Tools are used to help the analyst find the flaws and allow them to dig deeper into how they can be exploited.

Dynamic Code Analysis

Testing for flaws at run-time

Dynamic code analysis strives in finding flaws in how the frontend connects to the backend that can be exploited during execution

Custom Tools

Analysis tailored for the application

There will be cases in which static and dynamic code analysis would need to be extended to dive deeper into your application or software.

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