Web Application Penetration Testing

Vulnerability Management


Risk of Violation of the Personal Data Protection

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Identification of vulnerabilities:

Most organizations can’t fully identify the vulnerabilities that span to sister-concerns, vendors and suppliers. Indirect vulnerabilities, shadow-IT and distributed global presence expose organizations to a wide variety of vulnerabilities which if left unmitigated, could lead to disastrous consequences.

Our Vulnerability Management as a Service (VMaaS) helps you with a 360-degree view of your organization's vulnerabilities including On-prem and cloud presence.

“CSRO-Licensed Penetration Tester”

Our Website Penetration Testing Approach & Methodology

Types of Penetration Tests

What this means for Singapore organizations is that “Absence of data exfiltration does not necessarily mean that an organisation cannot be found in breach of the PDPA,” according to the case docket.

Web Applications

Comprehensive penetration test of your web applications, web services and APIs that may be used to store and access critical business information, with the goal to identify and exploit web-borne vulnerabilities.

Network & Server Infrastructure

Evaluation of your internal or external information assets’ ability to withstand attacks. Our world-class penetration testers, armed with the same techniques as cybercriminals, will attempt to break into your network

Mobile Applications

Access to your mobile applications to identify vulnerabilities specific to mobile computing environments, such as those defined by the Open Web Application Security Project (OWASP) and other emerging industry standards.

Wireless Networks

Comprehensive wireless penetration testing services, ranging from traditional Wi-Fi networks to specialized wireless systems, which include identifying and exploiting vulnerabilities and providing guidance

Our Penetration Testing Methodology

What Are We Testing During a Penetration Test?

The execution of our vulnerability assessment and penetration testing (VAPT) is composed of three main phases explained below:

Active & Passive Reconnaissance

Information gathering about the target organization, as well as identify underlying components such as operating systems, running services, software versions, etc. The following is a non-inclusive list of items that will be tested to allow us to craft our attack in an informed fashion, elevating our probability of success:

Prevent ransomware attacks

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