Cyber Attackers Are Lurking, Quietly Seeking to Attack Critical Targets
A key goal of testing exploits – whether the pentest is being conducted on embedded systems, web applications, mobile applications, networks, or even against humans – is determining how easy and impactful successful exploits are against target networks, systems, and applications.
Whitehats in today’s infosec world often become more enamored with the hunt rather than improving offensive security tactics and exploit testing techniques. VerSprite’s pentesting experts truly understand threat impact or attack viability as part of a broader threat context.
The feasibility of exploitation is what we focus on: solving for the probability variable in a risk analysis of realistic attack patterns. By targeting exposed corporate network nodes, hosted infrastructure, supporting platforms, or pivoting off third party solutions, VerSprite’s cybersecurity consultants emulate current and advanced attack patterns in black-box and gray-box testing scenarios.
VerSprite’s pentesters simulate cyber-criminal intent around invasion of countermeasures and emulate threat actors quietly seeking to achieve target goals. VerSprite’s experts truly capture and understand the cybercriminal aspects in associated threat motives in order to reproduce or mimic attack patterns that support real-life threat motives. VerSprite clients have consistently discovered dramatic differences in their results, findings, and overall approach to how VerSprite executes our manual pentesting / exploiting testing services.
Mobile App Penetration Testing, Source Code Review, & Threat Modeling
VerSprite’s team of experts focus on mobile application decomposition, debugging, static and dynamic analysis of the mobile client application, memory patching, and web API security models. Our objective is to enumerate actions as a malicious actor using grey box and white box penetration testing methods to test mobile client applications (iOS and Android) to establish vulnerabilities, design weaknesses, and technology implementation flaws that could lead to data vulnerabilities or credential compromise.
In addition, our mobile application pentesting methods determine if there are integrity issues within the application itself and/or of the accounts integrated by the application user. Grey and white box testing methods are used to run authenticated tests and static analysis on obtain environment configurations that are exposed or identified through the mobile application testing.
VerSprite’s comprehensive mobile app pentesting approach leverages a risk-based threat model that validates authentication and authorization claims in the mobile app as well as identifies weak mobile client design and architecture. VerSprite has authored many mobile application security exploits around various platforms and we leverage this same research, as well as the broader industry research around mobile exploits, to provide the most comprehensive mobile security test suite for your organization’s mobile products.
Are Your Mobile Applications Being Deployed With a Trove of Vulnerabilities?
VerSprite knowledge about the different SAP Layers and how they make up the netweaver framework allows the team to perform a thorough review of the SAP landscape, application servers and clients. Additionally, our recommendations on security best practices for SAP segregation of duties will help you improve your SAP [P]rofiles as well as avoid common pitfalls due to security misconceptions.
VerSprite includes in the scope all the different layers and components within the SAP ecosystem: SAP Network and Web layer as well as lower layers that go from the DB and OS platform where the ERP is running to the different proprietary SAP protocols such as DIAG. The SAP Router and Web Dispatcher are main components within this scope but VerSprite will also help finding security issues also on the Management Console, SAP GW and RFC Dispatcher, SAP ICM and the SAP J2EE HTTP.