Web Application Penetration Testing
Web Application Penetration Testing evaluates the vulnerabilities of web applications by analyzing the unshielded defenses within the web applications which are so widely used in all Enterprises today.
Web applications prove to be the most fragile of all when it comes to security in most of the organizations. Being the most accessible publicly and the most preferred touch point for most stakeholders, web applications face the maximum risk of being breached and lead malicious attackers into the system. It is then important to integrate a conducive and fool proof web application penetration testing technique into the workflows of the system.
Robust system design plans to expect and circumvent possible threats and defects prior to deployment can fail because of the rapid increase in complexity and the sheer volumes of the web enabled transactions and interactions today. Undetected errors lying within the application makes it imperative to scan through these anomalies and explore them through Web Application Penetration Testing comprehending the negligence and the harm that can be caused if left unchecked.
Be it inappropriate system configurations, hardware or software defects, limitations in security system or any other inadequacies, Web Application Penetration Testing is the call of the day to identify and assess web security loop holes before coming face to face in a real time environment.
Services for Web Application Penetration Testing
- Inaccuracies Identification in the resources
- Data Sources
- Violations Management strategies
- Analyze Outcomes
- Counter attack plans
- Analyzing and Circumventing OWASP threats related to web applications
- Broken Authentication and Session Management
- Cross-Site Scripting
- Insecure Direct Object References
- Security Misconfiguration
- Sensitive Data Exposure
- Missing Function Level Access Control
- Cross-Site Request Forgery
- Using Components with Known Vulnerabilities
- Invalidated Redirects and Forwards
- Provide Preventive Actions Guidelines