Web Application Security Testing
To strengthen the security of web applications, web developers and security administrators test and gauge the security strength of that application by using both manual and automated security techniques.
The need for web application security testing is to identify and investigate the extent and criticality of vulnerabilities found in Web Applications, including front-end and back-end systems so that later the risk of anonymous access or cyber-attacks can be reduced to a certain extent. Otherwise, it would end up in the following
- Loss of customer trust.
- Disturbance to your online means of revenue generation/collection.
- Website downtime, time loss and expenditures in recovering from damage (reinstalling services, restoring backups, etc.)
- The cost associated with securing web applications against future attacks.
- Data leakage.
- Related legal implications and fees for having lax security measures in place.
Approach to Application Security Testing
Our security team will analyze the application, its workflows, business logic, and functionalities with the help of this analysed data we think like an external attacker.
Based on the application analysis, our testing team develops a custom threat profile for the application under test.
Based on the investigation, our team performs testing by using manual tools or automated tools. The list of vulnerabilities are identified & validated.
Our testing report consist of detailed report for the technical team and summary report for the executive management. We maintains international standards for all reports, also we provides remedial actions to be performed.
Re-tests of all identified vulnerabilities are conducted so that we could assure you that they are minimal.
Features of Application Security Testing
- Providing the organization, a detailed view of potential threats faced by an application.
- Help the organization in identifying programming errors that lead to cyber-attacks.
- Provide risk management.
- Safeguards the business from loss of reputation and money.
- Secures applications from internal and external attacks
- Protects the organization’s data from malicious attacks