• Mobile Apps Risk Factor
  • Why secure it?
  • Approach & Methodology

A 360° security test for your mobile application to protect your app users and their data confidentiality & privacy

In the era of smartphones, mobile applications have taken over the way we interact with consumers, customers, companies, and services. It has become more important than ever to ensure your mobile application is secure from cyber threats. Get your mobile application tested to make sure your application is not a threat vector to your organization's or its consumer's data and privacy.

There are more than 25 billion smartphones in this world. A whopping total of 2.7 million android applications in the Google Play Store and 2.2 million iOS applications in the Apple Store. Attackers are getting smarter by the day. Installing, stealing, and misusing your application's users' data. Performing mobile application penetration testing by Certbar will not just create action plans for detailed vulnerability reports but will also protect your apps from potential customer data breaches.

Why secure your mobile application?

With a wave of security and privacy issues, it has become extremely important to provide users with secure mobile applications. Where the government has banned mobile applications which became a source of data mining and privacy violation. We at Certbar conduct in-depth testing to help you make your mobile application secure with a special focus on API testing which acts as a core for most of the applications. Our manual approach over automated scanners will help you identify the rooted vulnerabilities and resolve them.

Our methodology includes both Static Application Security Testing (SAST) & Dynamic Application Security Testing (DAST). The following section includes a glance at the static analysis of the mobile application that can lead to identifying vulnerabilities that we manually test during the security assessment of the application:


Reporting Standards


Common Vulnerabilities and Exposures (CVE) Compatible Common Weakness Enumeration (CWE) Compatible Common Vulnerability Scoring System (CVSSv3.1) OWASP Web Security Testing Guide (WSTG)