Application Pentesting

Expert application security penetration testing is essential for your critical apps. Bistwork’s dynamic application security testing specialists employ advanced cybersecurity tools, customized pen testing configurations, and ethical hacking methods to identify and exploit gaps in application security. They prioritize the most significant security vulnerabilities, ensuring your utmost protection.

Web Application Penetration Testing

Bistwork discovers security weaknesses within the network, system, and layers of a web application, which enable us to elevate user privileges, manipulate data, and obtain unauthorized access to restricted functionalities or data. We conduct thorough manual verifications to confirm all exploitable and noteworthy vulnerabilities.

Through our web application penetration testing service, Bistwork assesses your web application for security vulnerabilities and offers practical advice on how to address these weaknesses, enhancing your organization’s security posture and reducing risk.


Mobile Application Penetration Testing

Bistwork’s mobile application security measures safeguard internal systems, processes, and data, minimizing the potential risks they may pose.


Secure Code Review (SCR)

Detect application security vulnerabilities at the source code level during the early stages of your software development lifecycle.

Bistwork’s experts conduct a manual review of source code in order to identify vulnerabilities that automated scanners may not be able to detect. By following Bistwork’s secure code review methodology, we thoroughly examine the underlying frameworks and libraries used to construct the application, and we pinpoint any known exploits based on how the application is assembled.

Various security vulnerabilities, such as complex injection attacks, improper encryption techniques, insecure error handling, and authentication and authorization issues, are examples of common flaws that can be effectively detected through manual techniques. Bistwork also provides a secure code review analysis that specifically focuses on reporting the OWASP Top 10 vulnerabilities.

Bistwork supports a range of programming languages, including Java, .Net, SQL, C/C++, PHP, and Python, Go, C#, ASP, VB, JavaScript Frameworks (Node, React JS, AngularJS),Perl,  Ruby, Android (Java), iOS (Objective-C & Swift) and Go.


Static Application Security Testing (SAST)

Our static analysis process involves utilizing a blend of commercial, open source, and exclusive static code analysis tools. Skilled application security specialists conduct thorough assessments by manually reviewing and prioritizing high and medium vulnerabilities while eliminating false positives.

We furnish organizations with SAST reports containing clear explanations of the vulnerabilities, their precise locations, and practical suggestions for remediation. Additionally, Bistwork provides a SAST analysis specifically focused on reporting the OWASP Top 10 vulnerabilities.


Static Application Security Testing (SAST)

Our SAST triaging service enhances your application security program by assisting and eliminating false positive findings before delivering results to your development teams.

With SAST triaging, your development teams can concentrate on addressing and resolving critical issues instead of wasting time on verifying the exploitability of vulnerabilities. Additionally, organizations gain access to our knowledgeable security consultants who can engage in discussions with relevant stakeholders regarding remediation techniques and strategies.

The SAST Tools supported by our service include Checkmarx (CxSAST), Veracode Static Analysis, Fortify on Demand (FOD) / Fortify Static Code Analyzer (SCA), AppScan Source, Coverity Static Application Security Testing (SAST), SonarQube, FindBugs, and Microsoft Code Analysis Tool .NET (CAT.NET).

  • Mobile Application

    This specialized testing approach ensures a comprehensive evaluation of the application's security posture, providing unique insights into potential weaknesses that may be exploited by malicious actors

  • Web assessments

    Our evaluation of your web application involves a combination of manual and automated penetration testing procedures, utilizing a range of security testing tools to enhance security.

  • Secure Code Review

    Detecting application security vulnerabilities at the source code level during the early stages of software development lifecycle allows for early identification and mitigation.

Bake security into your code

Secure Code Review

  • Secure apps start with secure code

  • Align your security measures with your expansion.

  • Reduce risks

Application Pentesting

What is Static Application Security Testing (SAST)?

Static Application Security Testing (SAST) is a type of security testing that analyzes the source code or binary of an application to identify potential security vulnerabilities and weaknesses. It is a static analysis technique that does not require executing the application. SAST tools scan the codebase, looking for known security flaws and coding errors that could lead to vulnerabilities such as SQL injection, cross-site scripting (XSS), buffer overflows, and more. SAST helps identify security issues early in the software development life cycle, allowing developers to address them before the application is deployed.

How does Static Application Security Testing (SAST) differ from Dynamic Application Security Testing (DAST)?

Static Application Security Testing (SAST) and Dynamic Application Security Testing (DAST) are two complementary approaches to application security testing, but they differ in their methodology and scope. SAST focuses on the analysis of source code or binary without executing the application. It scans the codebase to identify potential security vulnerabilities, coding errors, and weaknesses. SAST is typically performed during the development phase, helping developers catch and fix issues early in the software development life cycle.