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Security Testing


Because of the alarming growth in the number of privacy breaches that companies experience regularly, security testing has become a boardroom issue, resulting in a massive negative impact on the brand name and client retention.
As the cyber world becomes increasingly vulnerable to assaults, company security, consumer data protection, and application availability are critical issues for businesses. Any security breach can have far-reaching consequences, including losing consumer confidence and legal ramifications. We propose security testing services for your application to prevent this issue.
With its team of Certified Ethical Hackers (CEH), we can verify that your application is protected against vulnerabilities and fulfills the specified security criteria such as confidentiality, authorization, authentication, availability, and integrity.
Our security testing services adhere to the OWASP (Open Web Security Project) principles and PCI-DSS, HIPAA, SOX, WAHH, OSSTM, WASC, and NIST Standards applicable. These contain a comprehensive set of criteria for verifying the security of your web application and guaranteeing that no vulnerabilities are overlooked during testing.

Our Penetration Testing Services Cover A Wide Range Of Services Mentioned Following

Application For The Web

Web application security testing is critical for applications housed in highly scalable cloud environments such as AWS, Microsoft Azure, and others, as well as legacy applications in traditional infrastructure settings.

MaMo provides web application penetration testing services with a method that combines vulnerability scanning and manual penetration testing to identify application flaws that can jeopardize the confidentiality, integrity, and availability of critical/sensitive data stored or handled by your application.


We offer security testing for all major mobile platforms. At MaMo, we use a proprietary method based on the Mobile OWASP Top 10; We use this as a guideline and benchmark against which we analyze the security of your mobile application. Our mobile application security evaluation process is based on our web application security assessment approach.

We are skilled at performing security testing on various types of mobile apps, whether native, hybrid, or web-based, to examine and identify flaws at multiple levels–from the mobile application logic layer to the server-side components layer, from the webserver and database vulnerabilities in the backend to the application and browser vulnerabilities in the device, including reverse engineering.

Network Security Assessment

By simulating a real-world threat, our Network Penetration Testing services deliver thorough security testing of your organization’s network. Our internal/external penetration testing aims to detect, exploit, and record even the most minor network vulnerabilities and hazards that might compromise the CIA (Confidentiality, Integrity, and Availability) triangle of information security. MaMo does network penetration testing by best practices such as SANS and the Open Source Security Testing method manual (OSSTMM).

Penetration testers use a battery of known penetration methods to provide authentic findings, ranging from mimicking external hacks to the firewall to inside cyberattacks on LAN, intranet servers, and websites. Upon completion, we give a thorough report that emphasizes the vulnerabilities and best practices and advice on the most effective methods to safeguard your network.

We do the following activities as part of the Network Penetration testing

Thick Client

At MaMo, we have created a method for conducting dense client application assessment projects in six distinct phases to attain optimal tool, infrastructure, and effort costs. The newest thick client application security vulnerabilities are addressed using a combination of tool-based and manual evaluation approaches. Thick Client VAPT typically includes three types of testing: dynamic, system, and static. Fuzzing, traffic interception, and injections are everyday activities in dynamic testing, whereas system testing comprises analyzing log and data files, registry keys, and process threads. Binary analysis and reverse engineering.

We target various system and application-level vulnerabilities in Thick Client application penetration testing, including DLL hijacking, buffer overflow, privilege level escalation, sensitive data exfiltration from memory, command injection, broken authentication, and session management.

IoT: MaMo’s security engineers work with you to improve the end-to-end security of your IoT devices. Pen testing (run time analysis), reverse engineering (binary analysis), code reviews (static analysis), threat modeling (design analysis), and device testing are all part of our unique verification and IoT security testing (hardware analysis)

Static Application Security Testing/Secure Code Reviews

Secure code reviews, also known as static application security testing, help determine the actual security posture of your online application. This service identifies vulnerabilities caused by software defects by combining commercial automated scanning technologies, manual code inspections, and architectural evaluations. To provide complete coverage, we employ innovative commercial scanners. Our safe code review technique follows the OWASP Application Security Verification Standard (ASVS), which is widely accepted as the de-facto standard for certifying the security of online applications.

Cyber Hygiene Evaluation

Security is about people as much as it is about goods and processes.MaMo TechnoLabs, one-of-a-kind Digital Forensics as a Service, promote cyber cleanliness and discipline by uncovering any harmful behavior or data that your workers or users may have left in the online realm. A continuous check to ensure you have no undesirable digital footprints that may be abused is worthwhile, as is periodic cleaning to protect online security.