Category: Mobile App Security Testing

5 Misconceptions you have about Mobile App Security

Developers like yourself seem to be increasingly grappling with the reality of just how much of a threat hackers and other malicious users pose to your apps. In recent years, some of the most prominent organizations across the world have fallen prey to cyber-attacks, leaving millions of users’ sensitive data exposed and vulnerable to identity theft and other fraudulent activities.

Introducing The New Updated Scan By AppSolid

Today we would like to reintroduce Scan by AppSolid. Scanning has always been an aspect of AppSolid, it is the first of the three-step process AppSolid uses to improve app security, but now we have revamped our Scan to be more robust and informative than ever before. The updated powerful cloud-based scanning solution provides a complete risk diagnostic of your...

The History of Backloading and Its Evolution to Present Time

We use them every single day, and yet, despite the pervasive role that mobile applications play in our lives, we offer our trust to this technology oftentimes without question. Well, regardless of how incredibly convenient it is to play a round of Candy Crush or check your Facebook page on your smartphone or mobile device, the fact remains that every...

98% of Mobile Apps Are Not Secure: Hidden Risks and What You Need to Know

98% of mobile apps aren’t secured against hacking threats. 75% fail even the most basic security tests, and 96% can easily be reverse engineered. Let that sink in for a moment. That means that almost all of the apps on the market today directly threaten the financial, emotional, and even physical well-being of their users. For app developers, this presents...

7 Mobile Application Security Testing Tools

Mobile application security experts detect hundreds of threats per hour, with more than 6,000 per hour coming from China alone. Shockingly, for the first time in human history, there are now more mobile devices than there are people living on Earth. Consumers also spend 87% of their phone time using mobile apps, creating plenty of opportunities for security breaches.