Reverse engineering & Fuzzing

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Reverse engineering & Fuzzing testing

Reverse engineering is taking apart an object to see how it works in order to duplicate or enhance the object. The practice, taken from older industries, is now frequently used on computer hardware and software. Software reverse engineering involves reversing a program’s machine code (the string of 0s and 1s that are sent to the logic processor) back into the source code that it was written in, using program language statements.

It is being widely used in computer hardware and software to enhance product features or fix certain bugs. For example, the programmer writes the code in a high-level language such as C, C++ etc.

As computers do not speak these languages, the code written in these programming languages needs to be assembled in a format that is machine specific. In short, the code written in high level language needs to be interpreted into low level or machine language.

The process of converting the code written in high level language into a low level language without changing the original program is known as reverse engineering. It’s similar to disassembling the parts of a vehicle to understand the basic functioning of the machine and internal parts etc. and thereafter making appropriate adjustments to give rise to a better performing or superior vehicle.

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Type of Reverse engineering & Fuzzing app testing

Black Box Testing

It involves testing the product or software as an black box and focusing on inputs or outputs. It may involve fuzzing the target to find out critical vulnerabilities usually not identified in traditional testing. In addition to find out known security issues zero day security testing approach is also to be followed to analyze unknown vulnerabilities in the software product.

Binary Analysis

In Binary analysis activity of reverse engineering following key points are included
• Review and test anti-debugging protections
• Review and test runtime control-flow obfuscation layers
• Review and test licensing mechanisms
• Look for and identify for any Malware, Trojan Injection or malicious code
Binary audit is essentially carried out on software product binaries, executable, dll’s, libraries, etc.

fuzzing

Fuzzing

Fuzz Testing or Fuzzing is a software testing technique used to discover coding errors and security loopholes in software, operating systems or networks by inputting massive amounts of random data, called fuzz, to the system in an attempt to make it crash, generates errors. Various techniques including mutation based fuzzing and generation based fuzzing are applied.

Benefits of mobile application testing

Prevent wider cyber-attacks

Vulnerable mobile applications can often provide attackers with an initial foothold as part of a wider attack against your organisation. Our mobile application tests allow you to identify and classify your most critical mobile application vulnerabilities, providing you with vital remediation advice.

Protect your company reputation

A compromised mobile application can ultimately lead to financial, operational and reputational damage for both client and developer. Mobile applications therefore need to be tested on a regular basis, helping you to protect your organisation and clients from damaging cyber threats.

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Reverse engineering & Fuzzing

Effective reverse engineering & Fuzzing is much more than just a vulnerability scan.