How to upgrade from a Free Plan?

Modified on Fri, 23 Feb at 3:55 AM

How to upgrade from a Free Plan? 

IMPORTANT: All Quixxi subscriptions are now managed from app level. 

All User account comes with a Free static assessment (SAST) for one app (Android & iOS) - Limited report (without recommendations) and Free app protection (SHIELD) - Basic Reverse engineering protection (Limited security features)

For accessing to recommendations, Shield full features and for additional apps you need to upgrade your free plan.

Plans and Pricing are as follows: (Pricing Per App)

(Static Assessment)
(Dynamic Assessment)
One time Plan$29
(Android & iOS)
$399 - Android
(Per Domain)
(Android & iOS)
Monthly Plan$49
(Android & iOS)
Not Available*$49
(Per Domain)
(Android & iOS)

*All DAST plans are one-time plans, there is no Monthly subscriptions

*DAST - iOS is available in beta

NOTE: All the monthly plans are auto renewal plans.

For Custom-Enterprise plans / Yearly plans, please request here and our sales team will reach you shortly.

Steps to upgrade:

  1. Select/Open the app that you want to subscribe 
  2. Open App Settings
  3. Click App Subscription
  4. Select - Scan/Shield
  5. Select - SAST/DAST/WEB API
  6. Click Subscribe corresponding to the plan you wish to upgrade (One-off and Monthly plans)

Other Information: 

  • You can also manage cards (Add/Delete) by clicking Username -> Account -> Cards
  • Independently from the choice the detailed payment history will be available under Billing section. You can also download/print payment receipt by clicking Billing -> View -> Print

If you still have any queries left please feel free to contact us at: or through the Quixxi portal Live Chat for immediate assistance.

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