Apperian can inspect native iOS and Android applications to screen for risky behavior and vulnerabilities, such as malware, trojans, and intellectual property exposure. When you request an inspection you are provided with an Inspection Report that serves as a powerful Mobile App Risk Management tool. Not only can an inspection detect malicious mobile apps, but it can also spot vulnerabilities due to poor programming and design practices. Use an Inspection Report to evaluate an app against your organization's unique set of criteria so that you can make an informed decision about whether an app is safe and reliable. This data can also help you determine the most appropriate set of application policies to apply to the application. While an inspection is pending, or if unacceptable risk is detected, you can within the App Catalog to prohibit users from installing it.
You cannot request an inspection of Windows 8 apps, public apps (web apps or URLs pointing to public store apps), or iOS Config Files. You also cannot request an inspection of an App Catalog.
An Inspection Report is associated with a particular version of an app. If you edit an app and upload a new version of an application file, you will need to re-inspect the app to view an Inspection Report. You can view all the Inspection Reports generated for current and previous versions of an app using the Inspection Reports report on the Reports page. For more information, see View All Inspection Reports.
Click Inspect App. Apperian submits a request to Kryptowire and displays the report when it is available. For more information on the Inspection Report, including an example report, see Application Inspection Report.