About the OWASP Mobile Security Testing Guide
The OWASP Mobile Security Testing Guide (MSTG) is a comprehensive manual for testing the security of mobile apps. It describes processes and techniques for verifying the requirements listed in the Mobile Application Security Verification Standard (MASVS), and provides a baseline for complete and consistent security tests.
OWASP thanks the many authors, reviewers, and editors for their hard work in developing this guide. If you have any comments or suggestions on the Mobile Security Testing Guide, please join the discussion around MASVS and MSTG in the OWASP Mobile Security Project Slack Channel. You can sign up for the Slack channel yourself using this invite. (Please open a PR if the invite has expired.)
Copyright and License
Copyright © 2018 The OWASP Foundation. This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 4.0 International License. For any reuse or distribution, you must make clear to others the license terms of this work.
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Bernhard is a cyber security specialist with a talent for hacking systems of all kinds. During more than a decade in the industry, he has published many zero-day exploits for software such as MS SQL Server, Adobe Flash Player, IBM Director, Cisco VOIP, and ModSecurity. If you can name it, he has probably broken it at least once. BlackHat USA commended his pioneering work in mobile security with a Pwnie Award for Best Research.
Sven is an experienced web and mobile penetration tester and assessed everything from historic Flash applications to progressive mobile apps. He is also a security engineer that supported many projects end-to-end during the SDLC to "build security in". He was speaking at local and international meetups and conferences and is conducting hands-on workshops about web application and mobile app security.
Jeroen is a principal security architect at Xebia with a passion for mobile security and risk management. He has supported companies as a security coach, a security engineer and as a full-stack developer, which makes him a jack of all trades. He loves explaining technical subjects: from security issues to programming challenges.
Co-authors have consistently contributed quality content and have at least 2,000 additions logged in the GitHub repository.
Romuald is a passionate cyber security & privacy professional with over 15 years of experience in the web, mobile, IoT and cloud domains. During his career, he has been dedicating his spare time to a variety of projects with the goal of advancing the sectors of software and security. He is teaching regularly at various institutions. He holds CISSP, CCSP, CSSLP, and CEH credentials.
Top contributors have consistently contributed quality content and have at least 500 additions logged in the GitHub repository.
- Pawel Rzepa
- Francesco Stillavato
- Andreas Happe
- Henry Hoggard
- Andreas Happe
- Alexander Anthuk
- Wen Bin Kong
- Abdessamad Temmar
- Bolot Kerimbaev
- Cláudio André
- Slawomir Kosowski
Contributors have contributed quality content and have at least 50 additions logged in the GitHub repository.
Jin Kung Ong, Sjoerd Langkemper, Gerhard Wagner, Michael Helwig, Pece Milosev, Denis Pilipchuk, Ryan Teoh, Jeroen Beckers, Dharshin De Silva, Anatoly Rosencrantz, Abhinav Sejpal, Daniel Ramirez Martin, Enrico Verzegnassi, Yogesh Sharma, Dominique Righetto, Raul Siles, Nick Epson, Kyle Benac, Prathan Phongthiproek, Tom Welch, Luander Ribeiro, Dario Incalza, Akanksha Bana, Oguzhan Topgul, Vikas Gupta, Carlos Holguera, David Fern, Pishu Mahtani, Anuruddha E.
Reviewers have consistently provided useful feedback through GitHub issues and pull request comments.
- Sjoerd Langkemper
- Anant Shrivastava
- Heaven Hodges
- Caitlin Andrews
- Nick Epson
- Anita Diamond
- Anna Szkudlarek
Many other contributors have committed small amounts of content, such as a single word or sentence (less than 50 additions). The full list of contributors is available on [GitHub](https://github.com/OWASP/owasp-mstg/graphs/contributors Github "contributors").
The Mobile Security Testing Guide was initiated by Milan Singh Thakur in 2015. The original document was hosted on Google Drive. Guide development was moved to GitHub in October 2016.
OWASP MSTG "Beta 2" (Google Doc)
|Milan Singh Thakur, Abhinav Sejpal, Blessen Thomas, Dennis Titze, Davide Cioccia, Pragati Singh, Mohammad Hamed Dadpour, David Fern, Mirza Ali, Rahil Parikh, Anant Shrivastava, Stephen Corbiaux, Ryan Dewhurst, Anto Joseph, Bao Lee, Shiv Patel, Nutan Kumar Panda, Julian Schütte, Stephanie Vanroelen, Bernard Wagner, Gerhard Wagner, Javier Dominguez||Andrew Muller, Jonathan Carter, Stephanie Vanroelen, Milan Singh Thakur||Jim Manico, Paco Hope, Pragati Singh, Yair Amit, Amin Lalji, OWASP Mobile Team|
OWASP MSTG "Beta 1" (Google Doc)
|Milan Singh Thakur, Abhinav Sejpal, Pragati Singh, Mohammad Hamed Dadpour, David Fern, Mirza Ali, Rahil Parikh||Andrew Muller, Jonathan Carter||Jim Manico, Paco Hope, Yair Amit, Amin Lalji, OWASP Mobile Team|