Web Application Penetration Testing
Our Web Application Penetration Testing guarantees the highest level of assurance that your application is secure. We scan applications for vulnerabilities and identify security issues all through the development process and provide guidance to developers for closing any gaps identified. Our penetration testing services cover mobile and web applications, and web services/websites.
- Testing user authentication to verify that accounts cannot compromise data
- Assessing the web application for flaws and vulnerabilities, such as XSS, SQL injection, and other vulnerabilities.
- Confirming the secure configuration of web browsers and identifying features that can cause vulnerabilities
- Safeguarding web server security and database server security.
What we do different?
- The Open Web Application Security Project (OWASP)
- The National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST)
- Source Security Testing Methodology Manual (OSSTMM)
- Penetration Testing and Execution Standard (PTES)
- Penetration Testing Framework
- CERT-In Security Policies and Guidelines
Customer Centric Approach
our VA PT veterans build a deep understanding your goals and alert your security team in real time, highlighting critical vulnerabilities and threats discovered.
AiCyberWatch offers in-depth executive level reporting which serves as a risk assessment and mitigation tool for management, and a detailed technical report, highlighting vulnerabilities prioritized according to risk level, for your security team. The report also provides guidance on mitigation strategies based on our insights into the cyber-threat landscape.
Post Engagement Follow Up
Our relation does not end with the report. Our post engagement follow-up allows you to engage with our experts to have any questions answered or seek guidance on plugging issues referred to in our report
Our penetration test will help you:
- Test crucial aspects of application security, such as: user roles, privilege escalation, password-based access controls and data authentication
- Ensure Compliance with PCI DSS and other security standards
- Reduce the risk and legal ramifications of a data breach, which may be caused by security flaws
- Develop strong authentication and session management controls
- Improve access control
- Discover the most vulnerable route through which an attack can be made and verify alignment with OWASP
- Find any loopholes that could lead to the theft of sensitive data and close them.