Web Application Testing

A Web Application is any program that can be accessed through a web server (like Apache, IIS, etc.) but not necessarily with a web browser (like Firefox, Internet Explorer, Safari, etc). Examples of Web Applications include online banking portals, websites that are managed by Content Management Systems (like Joomla, Mambo, WordPress, etc.), e-commerce websites, subversion (aka svn), Web Services, etc. Web Applications are most commonly delivered through websites but not always.

Web Application Penetration Testing Services

Scanyoursecurity Web Application Penetration Testing services are derived from Open Web Application Security Project (OWASP) and heavily augmented by Real Time Dynamic Testing. OWASP is effective standard for designing and testing secure web applications. Scanyoursecurity focuses on key areas of OWASP that include but are not limited to the following:

At the Web Application testing that we follow below steps ,

1-Information Gathering,

2-Threat Modeling,

3-Vulnerability Analysis,

4-Exploitation,

5-Post Exploitation,

6-Reporting

Also our features and goals are ,

*24x7 support

We are always there for our clients

*In-Depth Vulnerability Scanning

Inside-out analysis of website

*No false positives

Our reports have 100% accurate results

*0-Day protection

Protection from vulnerabilities not released publicly yet

*Building Defense Mechanism

Making your site secure than ever

*Bug fixing

We not only find bug, but also fix them

*Detailed Report

Our report contains information on issues found, how to patch them with every detail about vulnerability

FootPrinting

  • Search Engines
  • Subdomain Scan
  • Directory Search
  • Port Scan
  • Reverse IP Lookup

Automation Tools

Web App Vulns

  • Logical Vulns
  • Unauthorized Access
  • Injection (SQL, XML etc.)
  • File Upload
  • RCE
  • SSRF
  • IDOR
  • CRLF
  • Directory Listing
  • Brute Force
  • XSS
  • Open Redirect
  • CSRF
  • Clickjacking
  • HTML Injection
  • CSS Injection
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