CyberNX Application Security Testing Services
Finding vulnerabilities and remediating them are important steps in securing applications. The overall process requires knowledge, experience, and specialised skills. Certain categories of vulnerabilities, such as authorization issues and business logic flaws, cannot be found with automated assessments and requires a skilled penetration tester to identify them. Our Manual Penetration Testing uses a proven process to provide extensive and comprehensive security testing results for web, mobile, desktop, back-end, and IoT applications. Our proven process delivers detailed results, including attack simulations.
- Web & Mobile Application Security
- Cloud Integrated Applications - Security Testing
- API Security Testing
- Vulnerability Assessments
- Container Security Assessments
- Red Team exercises
- Continuous Web Application Security Monitoring
Key Components of Security Testing
Testing of infrastructure against vulnerabilities, configuration gaps and best practice implementation such as CIS benchmarks.
Web, App, Mobile, APIs
OWASP STANDARD, API SECURITY
Are the Web & Mobile applications developed and implemented as per standards? Rigorous testing for finding security weaknesses.
Are the cloud components misconfigured leading to account or data compromise? Test publicly exposed components for possible security risks.
CyberNX teams conduct WEB, API or Mobile application testing as per OWASP standards. The testing is done using both manual and automated process. We use best of the breed tools for automated scanning of the applications. During the manual penetration process, we validate weaknesses identified during the automated testing and also try to uncover new vulnerabilities or security loop holes. During the testing process, we try to access the applications, data or penetrate into the infrastructure very similar to a hacker could attempt.
Key Checks During the Testing Process:
- Security Misconfiguration
- Cross-site Scripting
- Insecure De-serialization
- Using components with known vulnerabilities
- Insufficient Logging and Monitoring
- SQL Injection Attacks
- Sensitive Data Exposure
- Broken Authentication
- XML External Entities
- Broken Access Control
Security Testing Types
Black Box Model
We work in life-like conditions having strictly limited knowledge of the client network and no information on the security policies, network structure, software, and network protection used.
Gray Box Model
We examine your system having some information on your networks, such as user login details, architecture diagrams, or the network's overview.
White Box Model
We identify potential points of weakness by using admin rights and access to the server configuration file's database encryption principles, source code, or the architecture documentation.