WEB APPLICATION PENETRATION TESTING
Our Web Application Penetration testing follows OWASP Top 10 (Open Web Application Security Project) standards to ensure that we identify any weaknesses that could allow an attacker to compromise your application or the data stored on it. Our reports provide deep insight into weaknesses that an attacker can exploit to gain access or ex filtrate confidential data.
Web Application Penetration Testing
The Seniors IT’ identifies exploitable vulnerabilities in web applications performed by highly skilled consultants with rich experience in the field who provide strategic and tactical recommendations to assist in prioritizing detected risks.
Every vulnerability we report are real and rated based on the risk it exposes your business to. This greatly helps your IT and development team to prioritize remediation activities by going after the most critical risks. Seniors IT Web Application Testing methodology will test both the application and the environment around the application to provide a comprehensive risk analysis of the application and associated data.
Reconnaissance and Enumeration
Seniors IT expert penetration testers begins with Open-source intelligence (OSINT) gathering focusing on identifying the organization’s public presence which may include IP ranges, domain names, leaked data and corporate footprint. For the assessment methods such as “Google Hacking,” DNS requests and a variety of other tools and methods for open-source intelligence gathering will be used.
Network Surveying & Services Identification
Our security champions implement methods such as port scanning, service and OS fingerprinting, and vulnerability scanning which enables to identify open ports, protocols, and services passing traffic in and out of the environment and enumerate the attack surface. During this phase, Seniors IT multi-layered approach will identify present vulnerabilities with fingerprint catalog versioning information on all protocols and services.
Network Penetration Testing
Our security consultants will use the data gathered in previous phases to develop an attack plan. The attack plan is then executed focusing on gaining access to systems and data. Once initial access is gained the goal shifts to escalate privileges to make the attack more pervasive and gain access to sensitive assets and information.
Services with authenticated logins are tested against a dynamic username and password list tailored to the organization based on information gathered in previous phases and industry password security trends. The goal of this aspect of the assessment is to obtain access to services and devices that are not available through configuration error and/or vulnerability exploitation.
Manual Application Testing & OWASP
Seniors IT penetration testers bring a unique blend of testing processes, tools, and technology expertise, and domain knowledge to to ensure that applications will be reviewed for common vulnerabilities such as Cross-Site Scripting, SQL Injection, Buffer Overflows, and numerous other vulnerabilities