Web Application Penetration Testing is a process in which we use penetration testing and security skills to find different vulnerabilities in web applications. It plays an important role in every modern organization. But, if your organization does not properly test and secure its web apps, adversaries can compromise these applications, damage business functionality, and steal data. Our web application penetration testing key Approach is to identify security weakness across the entire web application and its components (source code, database, back-end network). And also helps in prioritizing the identified vulnerabilities and threats, and possible ways to mitigate them.
In an engagement the goal of information gathering is to gain an understanding of the application from an outsider’s perspective.
In an engagement the goal of mapping is to gain an understanding of the application from a typical user’s perspective.
In an engagement the goal of discovery is to gain an understanding of the application from an attacker’s perspective.
Web services are technologies used for machine to machine communication, but they should be tested using the same methodology that you’ve been employing prior to this (mapping -> discovery -> exploitation)
In an engagement the goal of exploitation is to leverage the vulnerabilities found during discovery and measure how deep they go and the true risk that they pose.
All available list of vulnerabilities will be shared with mitigation plan and comments.