Static Security Testing
Web App Testing
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No one wants a breach of security to occur on their watch, but with the sophistication of today's attacks, the possibility is greater than ever. Unfortunately, the need for security testing is too unpredictable to warrant building an in-house team of security experts.
Utilizing the best-of-breed in automated security tools, uTest can review your static code (i.e. white box security scan) for common security holes to determine:
- Confidentiality: Does your application keep your private data private?
- Integrity: Can the data from your app be trusted and verified?
- Authentication: Does your app verify you are who you say you are?
- Authorization: Does your application properly limit user privileges?
- Availability: Can an attacker take the app offline?
- Non-Repudiation: Does your app keep records of events?
Traditional security testing services can be extremely expensive and time-consuming. uTest makes security testing accessible to any size company, enabling you to gain access to leverage services that are as agile as your business.
uTest offers comprehensive security testing through patented automated static binary analysis, enabling companies to evaluate vulnerabilities introduced by linked libraries, APIs, compiler optimizations and third party components - resulting in the most accurate and complete security testing available in the industry. Other benefits include:
- Application Security without Source Code: Our static testing solutions allow enterprises to conduct audits through an easy to use platform without the need for source code or other intellectual property.
- Superior Accuracy and Coverage through Binary Analysis: This approach extends coverage to threats found in 3rd party libraries, pre-packaged components, and code introduced by platform specific interpretations.
- Detect Hidden Backdoors and Malicious Code: Many threats are impossible to spot with traditional tools. For the first time, organizations can now detect these threats by using static binary analysis on the application in its final form.