OWASP Mobile Security Top 10 for Android and iOS apps

Mobile Applications are often insecure. There can be a lot of reasons leading to the vulnerabilities – the most common being developer mistakes.

So how do you ensure the apps you are developing are secure, and don’t have any serious security issues. A good starting point is the OWASP Mobile Top 10. Before launching the application on the Google Play Store or App Store, you should also conduct a thorough security assessment of the app by your internal security team or through an security firm with an expertise in Mobile SecurityAttify.

We at Attify work with developers and organisations around the world, helping them secure their mobile applications and preventing them from getting hacked.

Below is the OWASP Mobile Security Top 10 vulnerabilities :

We have described briefly about the individual categories in the below infographic.

OWASP 10

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