Web application penetration testing involves a methodological series of steps aimed at gathering information about the target system, finding vulnerabilities or faults in them, researching for exploits that will succeed against those faults or vulnerabilities and compromise the web application. Testing activities include hunting OWASP Top 10 Vulnerabilities, website mapping and enumeration, injection attacks, remote code execution, malicious file upload abuse testing and much more..
All testing performed follows the OWASP v4 guidelines and checklist.Drop An E-mail Call / WhatsApp
Commonly Used Tools
The following tools are commonly used during our web application assessments:
Why Do You Need
web application penetration testing is necessary in order to :
Identify unknown vulnerabilities in website/webapps
Check the effectiveness of the existing security policies
Test publicly exposed components, including firewalls, routers, and DNS
Determine loopholes that could lead to the data theft
A penetration test is based on a five-phase methodology : Planning, Reconnaissance, Scanning, Exploitation / Post Exploitation and Reporting.Read More
determining the scope, requirements, backups, restrictions and agreements.
test goals are defined and gathering different kinds of information about the target.
scanning tools are used to understand how a target responds to intrusions.
taking controls over network devices and web applications and then maintaining that access.
outcome of the pentest : summary, purpose, scope, vulnerabilities, recommendations etc.
Frequently Asked Questions
Any organization concerned about their overall cyber security risk or needs to meet certain compliance mandates for their web application.