Penetration testing

Penetration testing services mimics an attacker seeking to access sensitive assets by exploiting security weaknesses existing across multiple systems. This service not only identifies individual vulnerabilities but also reveals how networks designed to support normal business operations can provide attackers with pathways to backend systems and data. It helps determine which vulnerabilities are exploitable and the degree of information exposure or network control that the organization could expect an attacker to achieve after successfully exploiting vulnerability. Read more

Vulnerability Assessment

A security assessment is conducted to determine the degree to which information system security controls are correctly implemented, whether they are operating as intended, and whether they are producing the desired level of security. A vulnerability assessment is conducted to determine the weaknesses inherent in the information systems that could be exploited leading to information system breach. Without security and vulnerability assessments, the potential exists that information systems may not be as secure as intended or desired. Read more

Website & Application Security Testing

More than 70 per cent of all attacks are aimed at the Application layer. This service examines your web applications from coding and implementation flaws through to other issues like SQL injection and cross-site-scripting, involving active exploitation of vulnerabilities.

Security testing is an extremely important – but often overlooked – component of website testing. It’s troubling if your website isn’t intuitively usable, detrimental if it doesn’t function properly, but it can be disastrous if a website isn’t secure. You could expose users’ personal information, inadvertently help hackers spread malicious code or suffer a full take down if you do not properly test your website. Read more

Source Code Review

Application source code review is an essential part of White Box Penetration Test or Audit when the highest level of application security is required. Source code review is the most comprehensive and reliable way to find out and eliminate various vulnerabilities in your application.

Sometimes it is quite hard to discover vulnerability or weakness in application without a detailed code audit. Such vulnerabilities (also known as “0-day” vulnerabilities) are often discovered by hackers who use these vulnerabilities to compromise up-to-date applications with the most recent patches installed. Source code review is also the best way to detect intentional or accidental backdoors in applications that you acquire from third-parties. Certain security standards (such as PCI DSS v1.2, section 6.3.7) also demand review custom code prior to release to production or customers in order to identify any potential coding vulnerability.
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