Achieve repeatable, accurate testing with a consistent test environment
Our kit automates the heavy-lifting, curating proprietary and industry standard tests along with leading open-source tools like Frida, Radare and Capstone so mobile security analysts can scale efforts while executing deep analysis.
Save time with pre-formatted & customizable reports
Eliminate the manual nature of cobbling together reports. Get pre-formatted, customizable PDFs out of the box.
Conduct step-by-step interactive mobile app security testing
With standard tests automated and executed in minutes, mobile security analysts have time to explore deeper within the mobile app, device, network, and backend APIs.
Connect with seasoned mobile app security analysts
NowSecure team members help with a broad array of mobile appsec needs, such as mobile app penetration tests, enterprise risk assessments for apps on employee devices, developer training, and more.
The Mobile App Pen Testing Kit Built by Pen Testers, for Pen Testers
Automated Analysis Engine Enables Accurate, Repeatable Assessments
Perform automated static and dynamic analysis of Android (.apk) and iOS (.ipa) binaries on real devices with industry standard test coverage, completing full-coverage assessments in hours not weeks.
Test Complex Mobile App Configurations
Step through mobile apps interactively and test complex scenarios such as multi-factor authentication (MFA/2FA), CAPTCHA, and, mobile apps with IOT and USB/Bluetooth connected equipment.
Leverage Best-in-Breed Open Source & Proprietary Tools
This leading-edge technology leverages tools from the open source community and proprietary solutions developed by the NowSecure Research team, including the authors of Frida and Radare.
In-Depth Coverage with Customizable Pre-formatted Reporting Out-of-the-Box
Eliminate stress over reporting consistency across different mobile security analysts and tools. Findings are prioritized by CVSS scores, mapped to industry standards and regulatory bodies and supported with remediation instructions and contextual evidence.