Security testing using standards like OWASP’s ASVS.
The best way to limit the risks of a web-app breach is through secure development and security testing.
One of the most common platforms for attackers to find vulnerabilities are web applications. Provide security for web applications in all stages from development to deployment and updates. Security architects can come alongside your development team to ensure that security is in the forefront of development. Ensuring that the development is done with security in mind will save time and money for your projects.
The use of OWASP and ASVS as standards for penetration tests provides tangible results to work on and improve the security of a web application. Additionally, red team assessments simulate an active and ongoing attack on your web applications and allow blue teams to find, stop, and respond to these attacks.
Every vulnerability in your proprietary application is a potential 0-day...
Did you know that your webpage can also be accessed at a URL with an IP address?
Even now, your webpage may be vulnerable to a 20-year-old rewrite_opener attack.
Did you know that a misconfigured MySQL client can cause an LFI?
A report includes the list of vulnerabilities discovered with severity rating. Additionally, there is a managerial summary which outlines how these vulnerabilities correspond to a business risk, and a technical write up, so developers can reproduce and correct the issues.
Why are web applications often targets of attacks?
Web applications are a common target, simply, because of accessibility.To allow for any user around the globe to connect with online services, this open exposure also allows for attackers to have that same ease of access.
Will you fix the problems? Can I retest once they are fixed?
We will make industry best standard recommendations for each vulnerability, however, we choose to not provide a solution implementation in order to remain an independent third party. This allows us to continue to provide retesting once the solutions have been implemented.
What is the difference between a vulnerability scan and a penetration test?
A penetration test is a security verification technique that attempts to find and exploit security vulnerabilities with the intent to improve or prove security of a system. This often includes the manual work of designing and planning attack vectors that can include one or more found vulnerability or known information. A vulnerability scan finds known vulnerabilities but cannot combine or exploit those vulnerabilities to further verify security of a system.
The cookie settings on this website are set to "allow cookies" to give you the best browsing experience possible. If you continue to use this website without changing your cookie settings or you click "Accept" below then you are consenting to this.