Your application's code contains almost every answer to our queries. If your application is vulnerable it means that the weakness lies inside it's code. If the flaw is discovered among the bussines logic or backend layers, the code will reflect with whom it is communicating and what third party elements it relies on.
Even if the assets used to build and develop the application are to be taken as completely secure, sometimes vulnerabilities reveal themselves in a flawed implementation of said assets. Studying how the application works and how the business logic layer operates will let us check if all those elements have been properly implemented.
No one can asure that an attacker or a malicious user will not try to directly access the backend servers or those that supply some functionalities. Properly securing them can mark the difference between mantaining a safe operation and subjecting the whole userbase to unseen risks.
To properly determine how much it's going to cost, how long it's going to take and how many resources the auditing process needs, we have to measure not only the lines of code that make the application but also the kind and quantity of assets that compose its backend. Don't worry, fill in a simple form and we will take care of the rest.
After obtaining the source code and backend access (only when needed), the auditing process starts. It's a long and tedious process but you won't notice us. If its the case that a vulnerability is found that could pose an inmediate risk to your organization's assets, you're going to be inmediately notified.
This is perhaps for you the most important part of all this process. This represents the sum of all our efforts and hard work, and it reflects your assets real status. This is what sets us appart from our competitors, so we are going to make sure that it is redacted with utmost care and precission.