Mobile Application Security Assessment

Highly Secured Mobility Management

Every enterprise or business either general, corporate or e-commerce grabs most of the traffic from the mobile devices. That's why more than 1.26 lakh applications are uploaded every month. Each and Every website either corporate, eCommerce or business have their mobile application for complete exploitation. One can get protected by having Mobile application security assessment. Mobile applications are equally at risk as of web application and desktop applications.

It is a finding process as to how the vulnerability impacts if it exploits or threat occurrence are realized. This is a procedure of preparing a complete aggregated list of risks and their execution impact. In mobile devices mitigation will finally include a type of hard and soft mitigations. We thoroughly access the complete mobile application.


Insecure Data Storage

Provide quality workmanship and exemplary client service. Employee people of the highest integrity and skill. Sensitive data such as backdoors, API key or configuration files containing passwords may be present on the Mobile app and accessible via reverse engineering.

Privacy Concerns

Assess the application's compliance with regards to privacy according to the Mobile Marketing Association's (MMA) Privacy Policy Framework.

Insufficient Transport Layer Protection

Complete lack of encryption for transmitted information. Weakly encrypted data in transit.

Client Side Injection

SQL Injection on customer devices can be extreme if your application deals in excess of one client account on a single application or a shared device, or paid-for-only content.

Poor Authorization and Authentication

To ensure only approved clients can perform permitted activities inside their privilege level. As a few applications depend entirely on changeless, potentially compromised values (IMEI, IMSI, and UUID).

Cookies Poisoning

Change cookie data to access sensitive information or impersonate another user.

Improper Session Handling

Mobile applications have much longer sessions. They use generally HTTP Cookies, Oath Tokens, and SSO, SMS, GPRS and IVRS.

Weak Server Side Controls

Applies to the backend services.

Secure Release and Deployment of Mobile Apps in the Store

Proper code signing techniques, secure permissions controls, key management and secure deployment at mobile app store.

Device Security

Mobile Device management rule set implementation for certain features restricted access to application/file structure on the device, restricted access to settings where attackers pretend to change settings and perform intercepting scenarios.




Contains details of every identified vulnerability, potential technical impact, exhibits and actionable remedies. This report will help the company patch the gaps identified.

Management Report

Contains details of the identified vulnerabilities, severity level, along with the business impact of each vulnerability. An Executive Summary along with findings, conclusion and guidance.

Remediation Guidelines

TAC provides tailored remediation guidance with complete audit programs, refineries and identification steps to follow for each loophole incidents for the future assaults.