New vulnerabilities are being found faster than they're being patched. So what are you doing to protect your business and customer?

Our OSCP/OSCE certified security engineer are keep themselves engaged to identify exploitable vulnerabilities in applications before malicious users are able to discover, and help them to remediate vulnerabilities that could lead huge business loss.

You may ask, why do we need it?

To Protect Your Reputation

If attackers are able to successfully exploit vulnerabilities in your organization's applications, it could damage your reputation and undermine customer trust. Application penetration testing can help you avoid these negative consequences by identifying and addressing vulnerabilities before they can be exploited.

To Protect Your Customers' Data

Customer data is one of your most valuable assets, so it's important to do everything you can to protect it. A data breach can not only damage your reputation but also result in hefty fines. Undergoing regular penetration tests can help you to avoid such breaches by identifying weaknesses in your system before attackers do. This helps to protect both your customers' data and your organisation's reputation.

To Comply With Regulations

In some industries, such as healthcare and finance, there are regulations that require organizations to conduct penetration tests on their applications. Failure to comply with these regulations can result in hefty fines or other penalties.

How we address application security flaws

Securitybulls checks your application through exhaustive manual approach, We checks for over hundreds of vulnerabilities, Including business logic flaws which can not be easily detected by vulnerability scanners.

Mobile Application Security is critical in today's mobile-first world. Mobile devices are increasingly being used to access sensitive data and systems, making them attractive targets for attackers.


We use a blended approach. Our automated tests are designed to cover a wide range of common vulnerabilities, while our manual tests are tailored to your specific app. In both cases, we strive to simulate real-world attacks as much as possible to give you the most accurate picture of your app's security. So far, our approach has proven successful in finding vulnerabilities that other companies have missed. We believe that our combined manual and automated approach is the most thorough and effective way to ensure the security of your mobile app.

In our fast-paced world, it's more important than ever to have a secure code review process in place. With the increasing amount of data being shared online, there is a greater risk of sensitive information being leaked.


A code review helps to identify potential security vulnerabilities before they can be exploited. By conducting a thorough review of the code, reviewers can look for weaknesses that could be exploited by malicious actors. In addition, a code review can also help to improve the overall quality of the code. By identifying and fixings issues early on, developers can save time and money in the long run. As a result, a secure code review service is an essential tool for any organization that values security and quality.

API penetration testing is the process of verifying the security of an API by attacking it in a controlled environment. By identifying and exploiting vulnerabilities in an API, testers can help to ensure that the API is safe and secure for use by clients and customers.


This type of testing can be used to identify vulnerabilities such as SQL injection attacks, cross-site scripting attacks, and privilege escalation attacks. API penetration testing services can also help to assess the effectiveness of security controls such as authentication and authorization mechanisms. It can help to identify and fix vulnerabilities before they can be exploited by hackers or malicious actors.

Cyber threat modelling is the process of identifying, assessing and prioritising risks to an organisation's digital assets and infrastructure.


It helps organisations to understand their threat landscape, identify gaps in their defences and make informed decisions about where to allocate resources. There are a number of different threat modelling approaches, but they all share a common goal: to help organisations reduce their exposure to risk. One of the most popular threat modelling approaches is the Microsoft Threat Modeling Framework. It consists of six steps: identify, classify, assess, rank, strategise and implement. Another popular threat modelling approach is the STRIDE model. STRIDE stands for Spoofing, Tampering, Repudiation, Information disclosure, Denial of service and Elevation of privilege. With the right threat modelling service in place, you can give your business the best possible chance of thwarting today's sophisticated threats.

Organizations today face an ever-growing array of security threats, and it is critical to have secure architecture in place to protect against them. A comprehensive architecture review can help identify potential vulnerabilities and recommend corrective actions.


Architecture review services can be performed at different stages in the development lifecycle, from early concept design through to final implementation. The scope of the review will be tailored to your specific needs and objectives. architecture review services can help you avoid expensive mistakes, identify potential security vulnerabilities, and ensure that your system meets your business requirements. architecture review services are an essential part of any security program. By working with us, you can ensure that your system is secure, efficient, and fit for purpose.

Don't let cyber threats compromise your organization's safety

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