Testing Secured Android & iOS Apps Using Robotest, Mobile DevSecOps Best Practices
Learn how Android developers can test Appdome-secured app using Firebase Robotest Crawler.
How to Test Appdome-secured Apps Using Robotest Crawler
- Build your app with Appdome security. In order to use Robotest Crawler, you need to enable Threat Events for Anti-Tampering, as shown below:
- On your local machine, install Android SDK from https://developer.android.com/studio
- On your local machine, install App Crawler from: https://developer.android.com/training/testing/crawler
- Make sure you have Java installed on your local machine.
- Make sure you have the test app .apk file on your local machine.
- Connect a test phone to your local machine via a USB cable.
- To launch the crawler on your test app on your local machine, open a terminal/CMD window and type the following command:
java -jar <app_crawler_directorty>/crawl_launcher.jar –-apk-file <test_app_apk> –android-sdk <Android_SDK_directory>
- After Robotest Crawler finishes, the test results will be stored in the output directory you specified.
- How to Use Appdome’s Build-to-Test Service
- How to Prevent Code Tampering in Android & iOS Apps
- How to Verify the Structure & Integrity of Android & iOS Apps
- How to Prevent Code Injection & Process Injection Attacks in Mobile Apps
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