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Web Application Security Testing

What is it?
What is the value proposition?
What are the drivers?
What is the methodology used?

What is it?

On August 6, 1991, the first website was introduced to the world. Its first website contained information about the World Wide Web Project. It was launched at the European Organization for Nuclear Research, CERN, where it was created by British computer scientist Tim Berners-Lee. Around 175 websites are created every minute to meet the growing demands of the use of technology across industries. But these websites are not self-resilient to modern attacks and are at the mercy of an organization’s security strategy to keep them secure.



What is the value proposition?

  •   An in-depth understanding of web based vulnerabilities of modern applications.
  •   A systematic combination of manual and automated approach focusing on current vulnerabilities and tactics and techniques used by adversaries.
  •   Experienced web applications security experts with 1000+ hours of industry experience in web security testing.
  •   Detailed reports with recommendations by benchmarking against OWASP and other industry standards.

What are the drivers?

  •   Customers looking for comprehensive web security testing.
  •   Requirement to satisfy global regulatory and compliance requirements.
  •   Contractual obligations with customers for conducting periodic security testing.
  •   Growing risks of fast production applications without proper security testing.
  •   Lack of experienced resources for conducting efficient testing.

What is the methodology used?

Our penetration testing methodology is as follows:

  •   Preparation - Identify the rules of engagement for the scope.
  •   Reconnaissance - Intelligence about the web app is gathered as per the defined goals.
  •   Scanning and Exploitation - Threat modelling is performed on the target and OWASP top 10 web vulnerabilities are benchmarked and tested.
  •   Reporting - Findings are analyzed based on the risks and reports are debriefed and improvement actions are presented.
  •   Remediation - Remediation efforts are discussed, prioritized and reviewed with customer.
  •   Retesting - Retesting is conducted to confirm the closure of the identified vulnerabilities.
  •   Closure - Debriefing of the retesting activity is done and retesting report is shared.