Security audit of source code
To achieve the objectives, auditors use two methods:
SAST (Static Application Security Testing), which allows the auditor to analyze source code for known vulnerabilities using automated tools.
Manual source code review and analysis, to reveal unsafe and non-optimal coding practices, hidden logical bombs and traps, backdoors, and undocumented features.
The security analysis of your source code can be provided as a stand-alone project, in conjunction with white-box penetration testing, or as part of Application Security or Security Assessment services.
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