Software Reverse engineering is a procedure of analysing software or its part in order to discover the technological principles of its structure, operation, and functioning.
SRE methods also serve for the detection and neutralization of malware and viruses, as well as for the protection of intellectual property.
Having successfully completed a number of research projects, the Cobweb security team have developed a formalized, efficient approach to the reverse engineering process.
For each project, we offer customized solutions depending on the industry specifications.
Our team chooses the necessary methodologies and tools, develops a coherent plan of actions to be conducted, and afterwards, starts implementing it.
Upon the results of testing, we provide a detailed report that contains the following:
- Description of used approaches, tools, and technologies
- List of detected vulnerabilities and bugs in the IS system
- Specific recommendations on how to eliminate detected drawbacks
- Upon your request, you will get working prototypes based on research results.
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Objects of testing
Software source code
Cloud data storage
Professionalism and Guarantees
Our team consists of certified experts in the field of cybersecurity. Every member of our team has 9+ years of experience in hacking technologies, programming, software development, and security hardening methods.
Cobweb’s customer support provides our clients with high-quality services by instantly reacting to new threats and intrusions. Our support team guarantees complete help within the chosen product or service plan.
In our work, we apply the best world practices in the field of information security, along with our own developments. Our R&D department implements cutting-edge technologies to ensure all-around protection for your business processes.
Having performed testing and evaluation of your IS systems, we prepare a complete report of detected vulnerabilities, along with the recommendations for security hardening measures.