This is a security testing service that focuses on locating vulnerabilities, misconfigurations and other flaws in your networks, infrastructure and overall architecture (i.e. server services, network protocols, operating systems and any other IP enabled components). In this service, we try to exploit vulnerabilities in order to gain full access to vulnerable systems.
In a Network Vulnerability Assessment, which is a cost effective alternative to a Network Penetration Test, we only report on the flaws without actively exploiting them.
More than 70% of all technical attacks are aimed at the Web Application layer. This service examines your web applications from a coding and implementation flaw perspective, but also looks at issues like SQL injection, local and remote file inclusion as well as cross-site-scripting (XSS).It involves the attempts to actively exploit vulnerabilities in order to gain access to the Web Application, underlying database services and hosting server system itself. In a Web Application Vulnerability Assessment, which is a cost effective alternative to a Web Application Penetration Test, we only report on the flaws without actively exploiting them.
Hardly any market is growing fast than mobile applications. This service covers all threat vectors concerning Mobile Apps. The audits contain Application Run time Analysis, Traffic & Encryption flaws, Insecure Storage, Code Signing, Memory Protections, Fuzzing and Exploitation. We will test your Android and iPhone mobile applications to make sure they cannot be compromised
WiFi is no longer just a "nice to have" but mission critical component to many businesses. The Wireless Penetration Testing service covers all threat vectors of Wireless Networks. Our audits contain attempts to crack Wireless Encryption and Authentication mechanisms, include the set up of rogue access points along with test phishing portals, a variety of man-in-the-middle (MITM) attacks, Denial of Service Testing and Bluetooth Security tests.
Often Security is breached despite the fact that the latest perimeter defenses are in place. Why? An employee may simply plug a USB stick in which claims to contain Amazon vouchers, brought their own infected device into the corporate network, clicked on a malicious PDF or simple visited a malware website as he/she thought the email instruction to click on that link came from her manager. Could your staff be tricked that way? Our Social Engineering services can find out.
Have you heard about the dark web? This is where a lot of illegal hacking activities take place. Has any of your confidential business data leaked out already? Are hackers planning to attack your business? Have you unintentionally shared too much information with Google? We provide you high-class reports around threats concerning your business. Reports can be delivered as a one time off or on a regular recurring basis.