Web Application Penetration Testing
It has been garnered over time that more than 75 percent of all vulnerabilities discovered are at the application layer. And our experience shows that nine out of ten customers have at least one serious hole that could lead to customer data disclosure or total system compromise. In an online banking application, can an adversary siphon off funds? . In an insurance application, can an adversary modify the terms of a user's policy? In a healthcare application, can an adversary change the prescription for a patient? In a school records application, can an attacker modify a Student's record? All these are put into consideration as Phynxlabs Web Application Penetration Testing service looks at a web site from the perspective of a malicious hacker and finds the holes before they can be exploited in real time.
Having developed a detailed methodical approach to web application penetration testing to ensure we are effective, efficient and produce good results faster, our methodology goes well beyond looking for the Top Ten issues in Security lists. Using multi-facetted approach & utilizing a variety of technologies and techniques which differs based on the web-based application being tested, we present to you an overview
The Information Gathering Phase which involves the examination of external/client-side visible code and also to identify the Web application environment for information that could be used for social engineering purposes or for information on how an application functions that might be used for a more focused attack.
The testing phase involves testing the web application against the following
The Reporting Phase – a penetration test is half-done if it involves only performing the technical part of the assessment without a well-prepared report. At Phynxlabs, we provide a well-written and informative report which is easy to understand and highlights all the risk found during the penetration phase.