Test your application code for Improper Buffer Checking. Unintended Operation. Input Validation. Unexpected Failure Conditions.

Do you rollout applications, check for coding errors and then rollout expensive patches?
OR are you one of the few who proactively check, fix and then rollout?.


Secure Code review is an assessment of computer source code for vulnerabilities. It is intended to help identify and potentially help fix mistakes introduced into an application in the development and planning phase thereby improving both the overall quality of software and the developer's skills. Code review procedures are done in various forms, such as pair programming, informal walk throughs and formal inspections.

Our analysis will evaluate the source code of your application for vulnerabilities including but not limited to: Improper Buffer checking, Dynamic Content Creation Issues, Unintended Operation, Secure Code Signing, Input Validation, Improper Cryptography and unexpected failure conditions.

We offer four levels of Secure Code Review which can be done on-site or remotely through our Application Security Testing team:

What is the outcome of this code review exercise?:


  • "Easy-to-read code review reports for multiple stakeholders to take appropriate decisive action"
  • Comprehensive listing of security vulnerabilities in the code which can potentially be exploited in an attack.
  • Strategic and easy to understand remediation recommendations to improve your code.
  • Post audit support to your development team in the remediation of the findings.
  • Vulnerability Management portal
  • CxO dashboard.
  • Two-factor authentication, SSL data encryption & real time DR backups.
  • Online Submission and tracking of VA/PT tasks.
  • Customizable reports available only in secure repository with encryption
  • Assign vulnerabilities to team member for closure with time limit.
  • Team members can mark vulnerabilities as “Closed” and upload evidence.
  • Track closure of vulnerabilities identified.