Thick Client Security Testing
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Thick Client Security Testing® | Web Protection and Security Feature and Benefits:
- Application profiling: This involves enumerating the application’s functionality and behaviour, understanding the core security mechanisms employed by the application, identifying all of the different entry points for user input and establishing what technologies are being used on both the client and the server. This stage enables in determining the attack surface exposed by the application.
- Test the authentication mechanism: This involves testing the authentication-related functionality implemented within the application including registration, login, password change and account recovery functionality.
- Test the session management mechanism: This involves testing the mechanisms used for managing sessions and state including testing for insecure token generation and unsafe handling of tokens.
- Test the encryption control: This involves the testing for weak SSL/TLS ciphers suite usage, re-negotiation vulnerabilities, improper cryptography implementation, protection of private key and digital certificate related issues.
- Test for business logic flaws: This involves testing all relevant items of interesting functionality for logic flaws, including multi-stage processes, security-critical functions, transitions across trust boundaries, checks and adjustments made to transaction prices or quantities.
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Benefits of Thick Client Security Testing
- Test for sensitive data storage on files and registries: During the installation and execution of thick client applications, the thick clients might write/modify sensitive details in the files and registries. The sensitive data amassed by these applications usually contain username, passwords, database credentials, license details, cryptographic keys and configuration details like IP address, port, etc.
- Test for response modification: In the case of thick clients, most of the major processing/validations are carried at the client side. As a result both the request as well as response modifications play a key role in testing the thick client for vulnerabilities.
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