The usage of dependency graphs to test the security of mobile software applications
Testing the security of mobile software applications by OWASP guidelines was analyzed. Attention is drawn to three levels of requirements in OWASP MASVS and their implementation under the OWASP MSTG guidelines. This guide identifies the processes and methods of testing mobile software applications for vulnerability. This leads to the arbitrary usage of these tools when verifying the feasibility of security requirements for mobile software applications. Overcoming the constraints is suggested by using dependency graphs, given the relationship between the testing stages.
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