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Mobile App Security Test

  • iOS/Android Security Test
  • Mobile App Privacy Check
  • OWASP Mobile Top 10 Test
  • Static & Dynamic Mobile Scan
Free online tool to test your mobile security
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How-To Test

Below are simple instructions on how to use Mobile App Security Test for your Android and IOS applications.

Android Applications

All you need is a valid APK archive for the application. APK's can either be compiled from the application source code, or, if already in Google Play market, downloaded via F-Droid or androidappsapk.co.

Please follow the steps below to test Android APK:

  • Click on "Choose file" button and select the APK, file upload will start immediately.
  • Once uploaded, the test will take approximately ten minutes, depending on application size and complexity, as well as our current system load.
  • Once the test is finished, you will be provided with a detailed report. The report is located on a secret link available only to you. The report is stored for your convenience for 90 days and then automatically deleted. You can delete the report yourself just after the test.

iOS Applications

All you need is a valid IPA archive for the application compiled as a Simulator App (see below).

Please follow the steps below to test iOS IPA:

  • Click on "Choose file" button and select the IPA, file upload will start immediately.
  • Once uploaded, the test will take approximately ten minutes, depending on application size and complexity, as well as our current system load.
  • Once the test is finished, you will be provided with a detailed report. The report is located on a secret link available only to you. The report is stored for your convenience for 90 days and then automatically deleted. You can delete the report yourself just after the test.

How to compile your iOS app as a Simulator App:

  1. Run XCode and open your project;
  2. Right-click your Project Name and select "Show in Finder.";
  3. Right-click YourProject.xcodeproj and navigate to "Open With > Terminal";
  4. Run "cd .." - your current working directory is now your project's main directory;
  5. Determine which iPhone Simulator you can build to by running "xcodebuild -showsdks";
  6. Build your app with the "xcodebuild -arch x86_64 -sdk iphonesimulator{version}" command;
  7. Go to build/Release-iphonesimulator and zip file YourProject.app;