Thick Client Penetration Testing
Undoubtedly, penetration testing plays quite a crucial role when it comes to protecting your organization and valuable assets from potential hackers. However, the benefits of Thick Client Penetration Testing Service far beyond data and network security.
Basic security testing services often focus on just mobile or web applications. As a result, many thick client applications don’t undergo rigorous analysis. Unfortunately, these applications might pose potential threats like injection vulnerabilities, memory corruption vulnerabilities, client-side trust issues, and cryptographic weaknesses.
What Are Thick Client Applications?
These applications might involve both server-side and local processing protocols as communication tools. They might also contain a few components from the client’s side and these might be running at different trust levels. Automated vulnerability scanning is not enough. Therefore, we, at Detox prefer to run penetration testing for every thick client.
Get The Most Of Our Unique Approach
Our thick client application assessments start with analyzing your thick client software and the server-side APIs it interacts with. With this analysis, we try to identify-
What Are The Key Benefits?
At, Detox, we have worked with a diversified range of thick client applications like antivirus software, video games, and enterprise software. Our experts customize each assessment to focus on the potential risks.
Our tool-based and blended assessment approach includes a thorough analysis of detailed reporting, results, and actionable remedies.
We, at Detox, understand that every organization has a different risk tolerance level. That is why we tailor our cybersecurity consulting services to your budget and needs. We adjust our scopes and perform the tests more efficiently.
We, at Detox, provide cybersecurity solutions to give you more visibility and protect your data. Our solutions will set the highest standards for your privacy and security controls.
“The application layer attack surface continues to grow in size and complexity, with nearly 30 percent of breaches analyzed in the most recent Verizon Data Breach Investigations Report (DBIR) involving an application layer attack. And since finding and retaining staff who possess the IT cybersecurity skills required to deal with these realities seems to be a universal problem for companies of all sizes.”