Reverse Engineering

Reverse engineering for mobile and desktop applications. We thoroughly examine websites, databases, and hosts in order to detect vulnerabilities, viruses, and malware.
  • 268
    Android apps checked
  • 316
    iOS apps checked
  • 118
    vulnerabilities identifiedd
8 years of expertise
Each pentester has extensive hands-on experience
24 countries engaged
5 continents covered
15 vulnerabilities
On average testing uncovers a number of existing vulnerabilities
When and why to conduct a diagnostic and audit?
Reason 1
The odds of a malicious user infiltrating your website are greater than 40%, and they can easily cause substantial damage to your business without being detected until you do a thorough diagnostic evaluation.
Reason 2
As attackers are most interested in personal data, accounts and bank card information, it is essential to use diagnostics to protect this valuable information from being compromised and maintain the reputation of your company.
Reason 3
Assessing if the data systems and processes meet the demands or suggestions of standards, normative acts, equipment documentation and software providers is crucial.
Code Review Essentials
Ensure your software\'s security and reliability with thorough code reviews. Prioritize quality assurance for robust outcomes
78%
Client return rate (CRR)
Worldwide
34
Countries
Serving
84
Cutting-edge
Protection Tools
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Cybersecurity
Certificates
Advanced Reverse Engineering for Security
Reverse engineering of mobile and desktop applications involves decomposing compiled software into its fundamental components to grasp its design and functionality. This process includes scrutinizing the program's binary code, as well as its interaction with the operating system and other software components, to pinpoint vulnerabilities and malicious code.
  • Mobile Application Analysis:
    Extraction and Examination: Reverse engineering for mobile and desktop applications. We thoroughly examine websites, databases, and hosts in order to detect vulnerabilities, viruses, and malware.
    Interaction Analysis: Reverse engineering for mobile and desktop applications. We thoroughly examine websites, databases, and hosts in order to detect vulnerabilities, viruses, and malware.
  • Mobile Application Analysis:
    Architecture and Algorithm Review: Reverse engineering for mobile and desktop applications. We thoroughly examine websites, databases, and hosts in order to detect vulnerabilities, viruses, and malware.
    System Interaction Analysis: Reverse engineering for mobile and desktop applications. We thoroughly examine websites, databases, and hosts in order to detect vulnerabilities, viruses, and malware.
Here are 9 examples of how a cybercriminal can harm your business
01.
Delete website
Vulnerable websites are left open to potential exploitation by even the most novice hackers. After watching a few tutorials, 15-year-old guy can wreak … t kiddies.
02.
Hack admin panel
Take your business hostage and demand a ransom - unless you pay up, all control of the website will remain in the hands of criminals.
03.
Steal database
Stealing your database to block access to data, sell it to competitors, or use it for spam and false promotions.
04.
Steal traffic
Stealing traffic by installing a redirect to a competitor\'s website or placing unwanted advertising banners.
05.
Lower SERP
Installing malicious code on your website will often lead to disastrous consequences. Google will take preventative measures such as blocking or low … the site.
06.
Hack promotions
To purchase the products for a mere penny.
07.
Steal payment card data
By injecting a malicious script on your online payment pages via advertising platforms or web analytics services, criminals can acquire sensitive … customers.
08.
Encrypt valuable files
Cryptolockers are malicious viruses that will encrypt valuable files with an intricate password, holding them hostage until a hefty ransom is paid.
09.
Stealing the power of your server
Transform your server into a powerful mining machine to unlock the potential of cryptocurrency.
Our clients
invictus
andromeda
solvd
cloverpop
antosha
Our customers about us
Eugene Mediany
Eugene Mediany
Founder, Andromeda Systems
client company

Eugene Mediany CEO of Andr0meda, together with my entire team, would like to express my sincere gratitude to DATAMI for successfully analyzing the vulnerabilities of our projects.

Thank you for the promptness and high level of professionalism shown by you in our cooperation. We sincerely wish you and each of your employees professional growth and reliable partners.

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Dmytro Tsurkan
Dmytro Tsurkan
General Manager, Head Of Development
client company

We would like to recommend the Datami Cyber-Security Company - the team of highly qualified, experienced, and certified ethical hackers.
They can:
1) carry out regular penetration tests and IT audits: networks, OS, services and
software, Wi-Fi, databases, mobile applications (Android, iOS), and web applications;

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Roger Graves
Roger Graves
Chief Technology Officer
client company

Our Engineering group needed a Pentest done for an upcoming SOC2 audit and DATAMI did a good job for us. They found a few issues that we weren’t expecting and had solid advice on how to close those vulnerabilities. They were quick, efficient, to the point, and an excellent value overall. Our main contact Wlad was responsive when we had questions. We plan on using DATAMI again for future Pentests and would recommend them to other companies.

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Oleksandr Antosha
Oleksandr Antosha
board member
client company

It is my pleasure to recommend the company DATAMI. While working on one of our projects we encountered an external hacker attack. DATAMI team resolved all the issues related to an external attack.
The work was done quickly, efficiently and professionally.
I am looking forward to doing business with DATAMI in the future and would highly recommend it.

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Work algorithm
1. Complimentary Consultation
Our team is readily available to provide a free consultation upon your request!
2. Diagnostic and Audit Plan:
We'll work together on a plan that best meets the individual needs of your project.
3. Contract Signing:
Upon agreement, we sign an appropriate Service & NDA contract for the job at hand.
4. Payment & Access Protocols:
To ensure smooth progress, payment must be received along with necessary access in accordance with our Black/White/GrayBox format.
5. Doing The Work:
Once everything is ready-to-go, we carry out all necessary work within 4 - 5 business days or less!
6. Report Submission:
Finally, you’ll receive a comprehensive report and recommendations converning website security from us once services are completed
FAQ

The purpose of penetration testing is to identify and assess security vulnerabilities in a system, network, or application by simulating a cyberattack … defenses.

Penetration tests should be conducted regularly, ideally every 6 months, to keep pace with new vulnerabilities and threats that emerge daily. Tests sh … tablished.

As a result of the penetration test, you can expect to receive a detailed pentest report. This report will include information about all existing vuln … r threats.

The average duration of a penetration test is around 14 days, and the typical cost is approximately $5,000. However, these figures can vary based on t … r testing.

Our payment procedure involves signing a Non-Disclosure Agreement (NDA) and a service agreement with each client. We typically require 50% of the paym … t is made.

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