h-Cyber App
Cyber Security Code Review Service

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Hardsecure has a service that grants a Cyber Security Code Review, created as a process of auditing the source code for an application or/and database, to verify that the proper security controls are present, that they work as intended, and that they have been invoked in all the right places.

Our Cyber Security Code review ensures that an application or database has been developed so as to be “self-defending” in its given environment.


  • Four techniques for analysing the security of a software application, automated scanning, manual penetration testing, static analysis, and manual code review.

  • Secure code review will grant to the customer the following, Authentication, Authorization, Session management, Data validation, Error handling, Logging and Encryption.

  • Support customers to create threat models, during the design phase, educating developers on secure coding practices (training), and performing frequent peer reviews of code with Hardsecure Pentest & OWASP security team, increase the overall quality of the code and reduce the number of issues reported (and hence that need to be fixed) by the secure code review.

Added Value

  • We understand the developers' approach. Before starting a secure code review, we talk with developers of our customers to understand their approaches to mechanisms like authentication and data validation. Information gathered during this discussion will help jump-start the review and significantly decrease the time of our reviewer spends trying to understand the code.

  • We use multiple techniques (manual and automated techniques) for the review because each method will find things that the other does not. In addition, we use more than one automated tool because the strengths of each differ and complement the others.

  • We do not assess level of risk. Our secure code review does not attempt to make judgments about what is acceptable risk. Our security review team report what it finds. The customer uses its own program's approved risk assessment plan to assess risk and decide whether to accept it or not.

  • When performing a manual review, we gain an understanding of what the code as a whole is doing and then focus the review on important areas, such as functions that handle login or interactions with a database. Leverage automated tools to get details on specific flaws.

  • We follow up on review points. After a review, we hold a follow-up discussion with the development team to help them understand what the findings mean and how to address them.

  • We do secure code review, not just penetration testing. Our review teams are allowed to "pentest" a running version software, release or update code.
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