We’ve added a number of new features to our mobile app security testing platform to help our users zero in on their security profile:
New to Version 4.0
The traditional problem of static analysis, a high false positive rate, creates issues that either do not exist or pose no threat to a mobile app’s security.
We use issue verification as part of the calibration process to examine the initial test results for false positives. The false positives are marked for future tests and removed from final results.
Dynamic mobile app security testing
We now give you a way to examine the runtime execution of code via ordering dynamic app security tests and test the backend APIs your mobile app relies on to give you total client side security.
We’ve extended the platform’s design to make it simple to request, scope, and view reports for dynamic and backend testing and mitigate the risk of disruption to the app, abuse of business logic, and check data outputs.
Core rules update
We’ve been testing Android N since the beta and now that it’s on release we’ve updated and refined our core rules engine to reflect some of the issues we’ve seen.
We’ve also improved on our Overwatch research unit’s engagement with the CVE list and Android security updates to help you get secure against new threats.
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