Find your web application’s vulnerabilities before hackers do

The primary objective of a web application penetration test, or pen test for short, is to identify exploitable vulnerabilities in applications before hackers are able to discover and exploit them.

Web application penetration testing reveals real-world opportunities for hackers to compromise your applications in ways that allow unauthorised access to sensitive data or even system take-overs for malicious purposes.

This type of assessment is an attack simulation carried out by our highly trained security consultants in an effort to:

  • Identify application security flaws present in the environment
  • Understand the level of risk for your organisation
  • Help address and fix identified application flaws

Our application pen testers also have experience developing software — not just trying to break it. They leverage this experience to zero in on critical issues and provide actionable remediation guidance.

As a result of our penetration tests, you’ll be able to view your applications through the eyes of both a hacker and an experienced developer to discover where you can improve your security posture. Our consultants gather findings in written reports and provide your team with the guidance necessary to effectively remediate any issues we uncover.

How we do it

Evozon Security Division uses a comprehensive, risk-based approach to manually identify critical application-centric vulnerabilities that exist on all in-scope applications.

Web App PenTesting

Using this industry-standard approach, our comprehensive method covers the classes of vulnerabilities in the Open Web Application Security Project (OWASP) Top 10 2013, including: Injection, Cross-Site Scripting, Cross-Site Request Forgery, Invalidated Redirects & Forwards, Broken Authentication & Session Management, Security Misconfiguration, Insecure Direct Object Access and more.

Reporting & Remediation

The reporting phase marks the beginning of our relationship.

Evozon Security Division strives to provide the best possible customer experience and service. As a result, our report makes up only a small part of what we deliver. We provide clients with an online remediation knowledge base, dedicated remediation staff and ticketing system to close the ever important gap in the remediation process following the reporting phase.

We exist not only to find vulnerabilities, but also to fix them. And we provide remediation retesting whenever it’s needed.