Source Code Review
On-Demand Code Review.
Dynamic Application Security Testing (DAST)
A DAST test is known as a black box source code test because it is performed through the application front end and does not have a view into the internal source code. This type of testing most similarly mirrors the techniques used by attacker to find potential weaknesses. A DAST test can look for a range of vulnerabilities including input/output validation issues, cross-site scripting, SQL injection, and other issues stemming from misconfiguration.
Static Application Security Testing (SAST)
A SAST test is known as a white box source code test because it is performed by constructing code binaries to scan the full application including security of microservices, APIs, data flows through 3rd party libraries, and limited use object classes.
Utilizing Veracode’s static code analysis software, we assess common application codes including:
- Python, Perl, PHP, Ruby on Rails, Scala, ColdFusion, Classic ASP
- iOS (Objective-C and Swift), Android (Java), PhoneGap, Cordova, Titanium, Xamarin
- C/C++ (Windows, RedHat Linux, OpenSUSE, Solaris)
- COBOL, RPG, Visual Basic 6
Recent Blog Posts
By: Eric Kobelski, Security Engineer Burp’s Collaborator is a useful tool to assist with web application (webapp) penetration and security testing; particularly when malicious payloads are injected and then exercised by a vulnerable system....
Originally Written By: Hunter Gregal Updated By: Justin Fimlaid It's that time again; to practice our penetration testing skills and tactics! NullByte: 1 is another root-the-box type challenge that can be found on http://vulnhub.com. Like other challenges on the site,...
Author: Hunter Gregal Cross-site scripting, or otherwise known as XSS, is the most common web application vulnerability on the internet. I have found this to be true through both data research and personal experience during penetration testing engagements. What is...