Code Review

Code Review & Testing

Early bird catches the worm Technology which protects your organization

As companies are increasingly relying on software to run their business, the number of attacks targeting these applications is rising. An insecure web, mobile, IoT or desktop application could potentially allow an attacker to gain unauthorized access, compromise application functionality or steal sensitive user data – ultimately impacting your business not only in lost revenue, fines and legal sanctions but also through reputational damage and lost trust with customers.

Verifying a code prior to its release can significantly help to cut down on time and resources that it would otherwise take if vulnerabilities were found after the code has been deployed. Sattrix can provide detailed advice on every aspect of the software development process, from design to release, providing clients with actionable measures to increase the overall security of the deployment, build process and source code review.


Get your git together!

Our code review can verify the security of your application source code and find security flaws that may have been overlooked in the initial development phase and could leave your application vulnerable to attack.

Where is the Concern Area

Task List

Costs and incidence of attacks are high and growing

Average cost of cyber-crime per company has increased by 95% in 4 years and Number of successful attacks per year per company has seen a 144% increase in 4 years.

Security Measure

Cost to remediate

Fixing vulnerabilities in later stage of development or post-delivery can be very expensive.

Process Time and Cost

Risk of data theft

Insecure web, mobile, IoT or desktop application could potentially allow an attacker to gain unauthorized access, compromise application functionality or steal sensitive user data.

: Protect Your Business

No clear start

With just Dynamic Testing, you might not always have a clear indication of where in the code you would need to fix it.

Our Approach

Our customer oriented approach makes the transformation journey easy to understand and more effective for our customers to adopt quickly.

  • 01

    Application Logic

    We will start by reviewing the coding practices and guidelines you follow and suggest modifications if necessary.

  • 02

    Code Review

    The next step is the actual deep dive into the application code to carefully scan the security-specific parts of it.

  • 03

    Open-Source Analysis

    If you are using third-party frameworks and libraries to develop your app, we will look at these frameworks and try to identify any security issues that they may introduce.

  • 04

    Review Report

    The final step in the review process is the preparation of a comprehensive source code review report detailing all the vulnerabilities that were identified during the process.

  • Network Penetration Testing Services

    Manual source code review

    Our experts are able to manually identify security vulnerabilities within source code that an automated tool would often miss.

  • Consulting Services

    Automated source code review

    A fully automated approach can ensure breadth of coverage in the identification of some of the most commonly found vulnerabilities.

  • Database Transfer Security


    By combining manual and automated approaches the review can provide both breadth and depth of coverage.

  • Security Testing

    Focused/ Bespoke

    Targeted review can focus on specific areas of the code base, typically those that provide security related, network or complex functionality.

  • Monitoring and Testing


    Integrate secure development best practices and methodologies into development and deployment processes which DevOps makes possible.

Our Specialization

That’s not all what you have read. Sattix provides plethora of options which has acquired over the period and experienced gained from delivering varied size and scale of projects globally.

  • As-a-Service Option
  • 24X7
  • 20+ Languages
  • Roadmap Development
  • Integration
  • SecDevOps