The latest update to NowSecure Lab Workstation includes CVSS scores in the results for every test run, the beginning of Radare2 integration, and support for Swift applications. Customers use Lab Workstation to significantly reduce the time and effort required to perform static and dynamic application security testing of Android and iOS apps. If you’re interested in learning more about Lab Workstation and how it can help you accelerate and improve your mobile app security testing, contact us today.
NowSecure Lab Workstation updates
When users run a test using Lab Workstation, they will see CVSS scores at the top of each security report. Developed by the Forum for Incident Response and Security Teams (FIRST), the Common Vulnerability Scoring System (CVSS) is a universal open and standardized method for rating IT vulnerabilities and determining the urgency of response. This value, which ranges from zero to 10, helps security analysts prioritize risk as they look to identify and fix vulnerabilities.
Radare is an open source reversing framework that is now integrated within Lab Workstation. Users can now use Radare2 to open project artifacts to properly analyze and disassemble them. More functions using Radare2 will be coming in future releases.
Using Radare2, security analysts can display classes, methods, and files from source code for Swift applications. We plan on expanding Swift support in future releases as well.
Network test menu improvements
Tests within the network menu have been re-ordered and reworded for better clarity.
As our team continues to develop Lab Workstation, we encourage users to submit feature requests. Customers can submit requests by contacting their account representative or NowSecure Support at [email protected]cure.com.
User action is required to apply the update. Follow the instructions published in NowSecure support article 3.6 to update. If you have any questions, please visit the NowSecure Support Center or contact us at [email protected]