Vulnerability Assessment And Penetration Testing (VAPT)
VAPT is the best way to find, manage and resolve vulnerabilities of a software application. It involves identifying potential risks and weaknesses of your system, designing a methodology and exploiting from an attacker's mind to find the last remaining vulnerability. We perform VAPT following OWASP Top 10 guidelines.
We identify, quantify and prioritize the vulnerabilities in a system first to identify potential risks and weaknesses on the client’s application or system and then provide the appropriate fix. This helps to understand how secure or insecure your IT infrastructure is. It follows penetration testing by replicating the methods followed by a real potential attacker with a goal to successfully exploit existing vulnerabilities on the client’s application or their system.
Penetrating testing is done by simulating authorized attacks internally or externally to get access to sensitive data. We target the most critical security vulnerabilities associated with web applications, also known as Open Web Application Security Project (OWSAP). The motive is to find out the possibility for a hacker to access the data from the internet onto the client’s application. Our testing mainly focuses on PHP, ASP, Python, Ruby and almost all other languages.
Understanding how your system works is a key in providing you the right security solution. We do proper recon on the target and get as much information as we can. We extract details like OS, versions , frameworks, Programming languages, open ports and overall details which will help us in vulnerability analysis.
A holistic analysis of vulnerabilities present in your system. We initiate the test by going through OWSAP top 10 vulnerabilities and after that we will look for possible vulnerabilities including logical issues which can expose us to great security vulnerabilities.
With a hacker’s mind our security researchers exploit your system to detect the last remaining vulnerability.
A documentation of where and how the patches can be done will be submitted to
your developers team for a fix. The document explains the root cause, and includes a remediation plan categorized on the basis of severity of the vulnerabilities.