Our security experts act out the role of a hacker, trying to compromise IT systems and employees to discover any potential weaknesses that could be exploited by real hackers. We collect the results of our simulated hacker attacks, summarize them and present our findings in a high-level report that contains an executive summary.
Web Application penetration testing
Check data input and output testing when creating applications.
Prevention of web application and code hack through API.
Prevention of requests sending to take control over a whole database.
DoS And DDoS Attacks
Prevention of company’s service disruption.
XSS Attacks Application
Prevention of administrator session take over and website exploit.
Mobile Application (iOS, Android) testing
Vulnerable server-side mechanism
Check security server-side policies and prevention of server hacks.
No Multifactor Authentication
Security recommendations for companies and users’ passwords.
Encryption to prevent personal data and valuable information exploitation.
Malicious Code Injection
Security assessment measures and grey-box testing.
Prevention from inappropriate session management to escalate privileges.
Sensitive Data Storage
Creation of encryption layer to one provided by the operating system.
Network and infrastructure testing
Identify the most severe risks and security flaws that frequently give attackers unauthorized access to private systems or functionality.
Check up for vulnerable, unsupported, or out of date. Exploits search for many known vulnerabilities.
Firewall And Security Systems Review
Check the effectiveness of policies employed by firewalls and administrative infrastructure.
Default credentials review
Prevention of gaining unauthorized access or knowledge of the system, such as unpatched flaws or access default accounts, unused pages, unprotected files, and directories.
Our methodology is based on the is based on generally accepted industry-wide approaches to perform penetration testing:
Manual complemented by the custom security testing process and experience. We identify vulnerabilities that can be used to steal funds or damage the reputation of the project.
What We Offer
We offer 3 main types of web application pentest:
Our security experts act the role of uninformed hackers, trying to break into the application without any information from you.
You provide us with information on the application’s functionality, credentials, and access roles.
You provide us with access to your application’s source code.
Consultant Technical Report with a detailed findings section. The findings section contains: