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Our Penetration Testing Services
Services We Provide
We perform thorough security testing on your IT environment using our in-house manual techniques and enterprise automated tools by leveraging industry standards such as MITRE, NIST, OWASP Top10, ASVS and Business Logic Flaws.
Key activities of our approach include both vulnerability scanning and penetration testing that involves the active exploitation of identified vulnerabilities. Our approach incorporates formal approval points throughout the pen testing lifecycle, specifically to help ensure efficient communication between the testing team and the client.
At the end of our penetration testing assessments, our team will walk you through each stage of the assessment and explain about the threats identified.
List of Services
List of Services
Web Application Penetration Testing
Web application penetration testing is security trying techniques for security openings or weaknesses in web applications and corporate sites. Because of these weaknesses, sites are left open for misuse. Today, organizations are moving their most basic business cycle and applications measure on the web. There is no denying the way that today, web applications are considered as a weakness’ significant purpose of assault in the associations. The consequence of the web application gave data about the trade-off of a few perusing machines that visited those sites which were assaulted by programmers.
To stay away from a situation like this, VAPT keeps up total security and that is the significant motivation behind why it holds most extreme significance for an association. Web Application Penetration Testing is intended for identifying security weaknesses inside the online applications.
Mobile App Penetration Testing
Mobile applications have become a significant aspect of our everyday life as the reliance of people on Smartphones has generously enlarged. Be that as it may, a lot of clients are as yet oblivious of their gadgets’ security. Wellbeing can regularly turn into a bogus observation on the off chance that we don’t have any thought of how our applications were created just as infiltration testing.
The most valuable approach to maintain a strategic distance from any security hazard is to choose Mobile Application VAPT that holds the intensity of giving us a positive degree of certainty with regards to security upkeep. As per different investigations, over 80% of portable application clients have the conviction that their versatile account and wellbeing applications are entirely secure. Primer point of leading the Mobile App infiltration test is to perceive all exploitable weaknesses in the application or system that can conceivably get abused by the hackers.
Network Penetration Testing
Apphaz will attempt to gain access to internal/external network and then, if possible, core internal infrastructure, including Domain Controllers, payment systems, e-mail systems and any other systems which Customer Name considers sensitive. Apphaz will identify and exploit existing vulnerabilities to demonstrate the impact of a successful attack on the internal/external environment.
The penetration test begins by first identifying the scope of the engagement, including the IP addresses or hostnames of any servers and hosts that are in scope for the assessment – Customer Name will provide this information prior to the commencement of testing.
Vulnerabilities will then be identified in the internal/external environment of Customer Name. These vulnerabilities may be exploited to validate the vulnerabilities and expand access over the affected system. Finally, the information gained from the additional access will be fed back into the previous phases to determine if any additional vulnerabilities can be identified.
Cloud Penetration Testing
Our cloud penetration testing services identify vulnerabilities in your cloud environments such as AWS, Azure, and GCP and provide strategic guidance on how to improve the overall cloud security. Our methodology helps you secure your cloud infrastructure irrespective of whether you are migrating to the cloud (AWS, Azure, GCP) or developing/deploying applications. Our team helps you find cloud security gaps that create exposure and risk.
Secure Code Review
Our approach to secure code review is to first understand the purpose of the whole application, then the purpose of each function, as it fits into the Customer Name environment. By establishing what is expected, the Apphaz auditor can more effectively design attacks that are likely to succeed. This understanding is critical in ensuring not only are common vulnerabilities are detected but attacks very specific to your application and the business process it supports can be crafted and tested. The Penetration tester will use a comprehensive testing methodology which will identify security vulnerabilities from the OWASP Top 10 as well as security vulnerabilities that are specific to the application itself.
Red Team Engagements are an effective demonstration of tangible risk posed by an APT (Advanced Persistent Threat). The assessors are instructed to compromise predetermined assets, or “flags,” using means that a malicious actor might utilize in a legitimate attack. These comprehensive, complex security assessments are best suited for companies looking to improve a maturing security organization.
Our team will be performing configuration review on the infrastructure devices to analyse the current configuration, looking for security gaps or vulnerabilities from both a best practice perspective as well as a realistic risk perspective. The configuration review is performed using either offline configuration review which includes the offline configuration script review to identify security flaws in the network device configuration files or using credential review where an authenticated agent will try to identify the configuration flaws in the network devices.
Some of the broad level categories which are looked at during the review, but is not limited to, Access Control Settings, User Account related Policies, Password Policy, System & Account Authentication Security settings, Network and Print Sharing Privileges, Network ports open on systems, Network services running on the system, File System Permission Settings, Logging settings and Auditing Policies, Networking and TCP/IP Settings, Security Patches and Critical Updates, System Authorization/Privileges, File Sharing, Temporary file/folder permissions.