Software source code review is a process of evaluating and verifying the quality and security of the source code of a software application. The objective is to identify any potential issues or vulnerabilities that could negatively impact the software’s performance, security, and maintainability.
IT Security C&T’s approach to software source code review service is as follows
Overall, the objective of software source code review services is to improve the quality, security, and reliability of the software application, while also promoting best practices in software development.
The approach for Mobile Application Penetration Testing typically involves the following steps
A high-level overview of the results of the assessment, including a summary of the vulnerabilities found, their impact and severity, and a risk rating.
A comprehensive document that provides detailed information about the vulnerabilities found, including their descriptions, the evidence of their existence, and recommended remediation steps.
This may include screenshots, log files, and other forms of evidence that demonstrate the existence and impact of the vulnerabilities found.
A set of actionable recommendations for fixing the vulnerabilities found and improving the overall security posture of the web application.
Conduct presentation/discussion with the customer team to discuss the report findings, highlight severe vulnerabilities and major risks and discuss remediation priorities and putting an immediate plan for hardening target servers and applications.