Web Application Penetration Test

Web applications frequently store sensitive information or may provide an external access point to your network. Users expect user-friendliness, and as a result, web applications have increasing vulnerabilities as developers enhance user-interfaces and the applications become more dynamic. To mitigate these weaknesses, application user-improvements should always coincide with associated security testing.

A Web Application Penetration Test examines all aspects of an application to identify vulnerabilities. All Web Application Penetration Tests are unique and require a manual testing approach. The objective of the penetration test is to exploit any found weaknesses and obtain secure information or impede the application.

Overview

Web applications frequently store sensitive information or may provide an external access point to your network. Users expect user-friendliness, and as a result, web applications have increasing vulnerabilities as developers enhance user-interfaces and the applications become more dynamic. To mitigate these weaknesses, application user-improvements should always coincide with associated security testing.

A Web Application Penetration Test examines all aspects of an application to identify vulnerabilities. All Web Application Penetration Tests are unique and require a manual testing approach. The objective of the penetration test is to exploit any found weaknesses and obtain secure information or impede the application.

Benefits

All web applications will benefit from a Penetration Test – In fact, many industries understand the benefits and require Web Application Penetration Testing. At the conclusion of the Web Application Penetration Test you will understand the vulnerabilities of your web application. As a result, your organization will be able to implement the Silent Break Security solutions to address security weaknesses.

Additional benefits of the Web Application Penetration Tests include the following:

  • Find business logic flaws which automated tools cannot find
  • Tests an organization’s monitoring
  • Tests an organization’s incident response capabilities
  • Meets industry compliance
  • Results in protection from threats and ensures web user privileges cannot be misused
  • Combined White-Box and Black-Box testing benefits
  • Non-Intrusive
  • Unbiased Testing – clear boundary between tester and developer