Web Application Penetration Test

The Web Application Penetration Test is a form of ethical hacking designed to evaluate the architecture, design and configuration of web applications. Assessments are conducted to identify cybersecurity risks that could lead to unauthorized access or data breaches.

Specifically, the following actions are taken:

  • Reconnaissance checks to map the overall network landscape, including topology, systems, nodes, and available services.
  • Comprehensive checks aimed at identifying network or service vulnerabilities that may be entry points for potential attackers.
  • Investigation to identify the top 10 vulnerabilities according to OWASP.
  • Examination of all APIs for known vulnerabilities.
  • Vulnerability testing of all third-party components and libraries used by the applications.
  • Research for vulnerabilities that may arise from factory default settings, forgotten accounts, weak passwords, etc.
  • Detailed and in-depth analysis of vulnerabilities to highlight penetration possibilities they offer.
  • Categorization of identified vulnerabilities based on:
    • the ease of exploitation
    • the resources, materials and time required for remediation
    • the effects they will have in the event of an attack
  • Recommendations for addressing security issues that need immediate attention.
  • Recording of recommendations for improving security and prioritizing them to address the risk, taking into account the significance of the identified vulnerabilities and the effort required to remediate them.
  • Transfer of knowledge to staff.

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