Automated Hacking

What is it?

Preventative hacking means attacking your own applications, public or private APIs, and application building blocks and assets. It can be anything from attempting to access credential blocked paths that require authorization or authentication all the way to specialized hacker methodologies such as SQL injection or fuzzing attacks.

How does it work?

In each of our product dashboards, you will see that there is an inspection drop down that enables you to start up or run the hacking toolkits. These will then enable you to run each attack type. On the backend, we have designed these attack toolkits to automate exactly what would happen if an external hacker were to run these same attacks. This enables you and your team to find any leaks or vulnerabilities that could have been prevented.

Securing Mobile Healthcare Apps

Data Theorem helped Wildflower identify and close 73 security issues and remove 11 harmful third-party libraries, all before releasing them to the public app stores.