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Mobile Application Penetration Testing (MPT)
Mobile Application Penetration Testing (MPT)

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Secure your mobile applications from the ground up with our industry-leading penetration testing services. Dive deep into your app's security posture and shield it from potential cyberattacks. Get started now and build trust with your users.

Case Study

SIM and Surf

One notable mobile compromise occurred with T-Mobile in February 2021, where an undisclosed number of customers were affected by SIM swap attacks. In these attacks, scammers managed to take control of and switch phone numbers to a SIM card they owned using social engineering techniques.

A Hidden Price

We're Always On

In the palm of our hands lies a gateway to infinite information and connectivity, yet mobile applications and cell phones also represent the Achilles' heel of our cyber infrastructure. With daily usage skyrocketing, these devices often escape rigorous management, quietly introducing a spectrum of vulnerabilities into our digital ecosystem. 

The Solution

Enter Kage Okami

Our cybersecurity services are renowned for their quality, adapting to the unique needs of each client and leveraging innovative solutions to protect your business. We find passion in customer success and solving the world’s most complex problems, one entity at a time.

Compass in womans hand in the forest

Discover Vulnerabilities Before Hackers Do

Identify and mitigate risks efficiently to ensure a seamless and secure user experience. Reach out to us and secure your app's future now.

Industry Standards and Innovation

Methodologies You Can Trust

We use well known and global industry standards and frameworks to ensure our attack pathologies are digestible and create a map for technical professionals at all levels to follow post engagement. Additionally, these frameworks give us foundations to innovate off of to create new threats keeping our engagement tactics revolving and fresh.

OWASP MASVS (Mobile Application Security Verification Standard)

The OWASP Mobile Application Security Verification Standard (MASVS) is a comprehensive guide for ensuring security in mobile applications. It outlines a set of security requirements for iOS and Android platforms, serving as a benchmark for developers and testers to achieve a robust security posture in mobile app development. 

OWASP MSTG (Mobile Security Testing Guide)

The OWASP Mobile Security Testing Guide (MSTG) is a detailed manual for testing the security of mobile applications on various platforms, including iOS and Android. It provides best practices, test cases, and tools for performing thorough security assessments of mobile apps, complementing the OWASP MASVS with practical testing techniques.

NIST SP 800-163

The NIST Special Publication 800-163, titled "Vetting the Security of Mobile Applications," provides a framework for assessing the security of mobile applications. It outlines a process for organizations to evaluate the security and privacy risks associated with mobile apps before deployment and use, ensuring they meet organizational security standards. We frequently examine our toolset using this framework: NIST SASE 

Hybrid Theory

Pitfalls of Native Application Testing

Traditional native application testing only reveals some of the total landscape of vulnerabilities. 

The Kage Okami Difference

Web interface and socket testing is just as important as testing of the native application's programming. Applications are only as strong as their weakest code cave.

Mobile Application Penetration Testing
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Resilience Starts Now

Don't wait for a breach to reveal the weaknesses in your mobile applications. Our expert penetration testing team can uncover hidden vulnerabilities and provide actionable insights to strengthen your security. Contact us to safeguard your app today.

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