Most frequent questions and answers

Application Security Testing is to analyze programs and other software systems and testing them to identify security vulnerabilities that could allow a malicious attacker to stage an attack on the system.


Application security testing is important because identifying security vulnerabilities before the application goes out in a live environment allows the development team to fix the vulnerabilities before they release the software. If vulnerabilities are still there when the application is live, malicious parties could stage attacks that could compromise sensitive data, allowing attackers to gain access to protected systems, or even cause the application to fail entirely.

It is unethical to release applications without testing the security of your product. It could put the users at risk of a malicious attack that could result in data theft or access to their computers by the attackers.

No, software security testing is essential for all types of businesses. It is important to be confident that the software that your business relies on is secure so that you and your customers are safe from attacks.

Fuzz testing is a brute force approach to software security testing. This approach starts with some sample input, runs it through the application, and observes the crashes. If a crash occurs, the information is recorded and included in the report. Then, the tester changes the input and runs it through the program. It is executed repeatedly for thousands of times with all sorts of inputs, and any crash found during the test is recorded. The automated fuzz testing framework allows us to automatically test the code for critical bugs and vulnerabilities through the continuous execution of tens of millions of intelligently generated tests per day using the technique called “Fuzzing”.

Red-test is a technique for detecting security vulnerabilities by attempting to stage malicious attacks on the application in a controlled environment and observing the successful attacks. A successful attack means that the application contains a security vulnerability. In Red-testing, we execute several attacks such as process injection, process closing, manipulation, and spying, to name a few, capturing the application’s behavior, find its weaknesses, and to measure its robustness.

Cydarien provides detailed stack trace and debug information to help you find the reason of the bug and fix it.

Cydarien provides mitigation plans for various classes of vulnerabilities.

Yes, this is safe, and actually, this is a norm as many companies have private repositories on Gitlab and Github.

Yes. We don’t disclose your source code and all our connection channels are secure.

Using two testing technologies: automated fuzzing and Red-test.

Cyderian tests the applications both on the cloud and on-premises.

Cydarien supports various programming languages, including C, C++, Python, and Java.

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