Web Application Penetration Testing

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Web Application Penetration Testing

Web technologies have advanced in recent years and so have the Web Applications that we all use daily. With this advancement and reliance on web technologies, we have also been exposed to cybersecurity risks associated with these applications

Standards we follow:

  1. OWASP Top 10
  2. SANS

Tools:

The following tools are commonly used during our web application assessments:

  • Burp Suite Pro
  • Nessus Vulnerability Scanner
  • nmap
  • Nikto
  • Dirbuster / Dirb / Dirsearch
  • sqlmap
  • BeEF
  • Metasploit
  • Qualys SSL Scanner
  • BuiltWith / whatweb
  • Manual Review

Our Methodology

INFORMATION GATHERING

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In this stage, we make detailed observations about, its structure, its features, and security controls. Some input is also inputs by the development team the system.

 

PLANNING AND ANALYSIS

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We frame a Red Team methodology based on the information gathered to analyze real-time attacks. We attack collected vulnerabilities either on dummy areas or during low network activity.

VULNERABILITY ASSESSMENT

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We frame a Red Team methodology based on the information gathered to analyze real-time attacks. We attack collected vulnerabilities either on dummy areas or during low network activity.

PENETRATION TESTING

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Here we use custom scripts, in-house tools and open source exploits to evaluate the application’s security.

REPORTING

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We compiled brief and concise reports of the detected vulnerabilities and discussed the nature of the risk, its impact, the level of threat, and recommendations for removing the vulnerabilities.

DISCUSSION

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The reports will be discussed and explained by our technical expects with the vulnerabilities found, and their impact status. Even extensive discussions are held on how to remove the risk and strengthen the application by the client development team.

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