VAPT (Vulnerability Assessment and Penetration Testing) is a security service that facilitates organizations identify and address vulnerabilities in their IT systems and networks, before they can be exploited by cybercriminals. Vulnerability assessment involves analyzing IT systems and networks for potential weaknesses and flaws that could be exploited by attackers. Penetration testing, on the other hand, involves actively testing IT systems and networks by simulating attacks to find vulnerabilities that may have been missed during the vulnerability assessment phase.
Our experts’ hands-on-skill can identify and fix vulnerabilities that could lead to data breaches, financial losses, and reputational damage. Moreover, with the experts’ guidance and support throughout the VAPT process, organizations can stay ahead of emerging threats and ensure that their IT systems and networks are secure and compliant with industry standards and regulations.
We have different types of testing services available as mentioned below to facilitate organizations identify and address vulnerabilities in their IT systems and networks. We combine automated and manual pentest to create a one-of-a-kind pentest platform. Ultimately, we can genuinely suggest for the frequency of VAPT testing analyzing various organizational factors such as duration, cost, type of data stored, and compliance requirements.
Systems, hosts, and different networking devices all present possible entry points for hackers into your internal network. You may learn which areas of your network are most vulnerable with the use of our network penetration testing service.
A firewall keeps track of the traffic entering and leaving your network and tries to block and identify different kinds of malware, phishing scams, and other cyber-attacks. Any gaps or weaknesses in your current firewall configuration will be found with our firewall penetration testing service.
For the majority of organizations today, mobile and smartphone devices have become vital. Whether it’s an iPhone, Android, or any other connected device, our application penetration testing service will ensure security on all organizational data handled on smartphones.
Web Application VAPT
We conduct web application penetration testing via either a Whitebox or Blackbox approach, in addition to manual review and inspection. From data collection and identity management testing to cryptography and client-side testing, we will walk you through the full process.
Hackers in today's world don't just focus on malware and phishing. Hardware access points that are vulnerable include personal PCs, physical servers, and laptops provided by the employer. All of your company's physical endpoints will be protected by our hardware penetration testing solution.
Databases store important business assets such confidential client information, payment card information, information about products and prices, employee records, blueprints, intellectual property, and vendor data. If this data falls into the wrong hands or is compromised in other ways, you could suffer financial losses as well as reputational harm.
Our database penetration testing service will simulate an attack in the manner a hacker would try to access your database using industry best practice methodologies and our own additional techniques, identifying access points and providing advice on how to secure your database in the event of a real attack.
Cloud Configuration Review and VAPT
Cloud Penetration Testing is a combination of external and internal penetration testing approaches to look at the organization's external posture. Cloud Configuration Review compares your cloud configuration to accepted best practices of industry benchmarks. When conducting cloud testing—whether a configuration review, a penetration test, or both—we concentrate largely on looking at the security in the following important areas:
- Enumeration of external attack surface – The O365, Web Applications, Storage Blobs, S3 Buckets, SQL/RDS Databases, Azure Cloud, AWS Cloud, Remote Desktops, VPNs, and other potential entry points into the environment will all be noted.
- Authentication and Authorization Testing – We make sure the environment's users follow the principle of least privilege, are secured by strong multi-factor authentication policies, and aren't allowed to use well-known "bad passwords."
- Storage and Databases – In this section of testing, we'll look at the permissions on storage blobs and subfolders to make sure that only authorized users may access the data inside. Examining databases for security best practices (whether they are operating through Azure SQL or on virtual servers running SQL Server) is also discussed.
A weakly secured API can expose security holes for anything that it is connected to, whether you utilize a SOAP or REST API. The security of the API is equally as crucial as the security of the program or web application it supports. Improper authentication and permission problems within the API are some of the most prevalent vulnerabilities we encounter.
We will subject APIs to a number of tests as part of our API penetration testing service in an effort to identify any potential security flaws. How may a hacker misuse the features an API offers? Effective API penetration testing necessitates an aggressive search for flaws, just as an attacker would.
Wireless Network VAPT
Our wireless assessment approach is based on the Open-Source Security Testing Methodology Manual (OSSTMM) and the Penetration Testing Execution Standard, and it mimics actual attacks to give a point-in-time assessment of vulnerabilities and threats to your wireless network architecture (PTES).
Since containerized application development frequently uses third-party software components that could be vulnerable, containers can be vulnerable to rogue processes that are able to bypass the isolation that makes containers so valuable. Container platforms like Docker and Kubernetes include some native security controls. As a result, other container images become vulnerable to unauthorized access, and if the container image contains a vulnerability, programs may unintentionally use it. Container security is too important to be ignored since improperly configured permissions have the potential to amplify these issues.
Assessments of container security include a wide range of topics. But we offer the majority of what follows:
- Scanning images
- Runtime protection
- Screening for threats and vulnerabilities
- Network protection
- Response to incidents and forensics
- Integration of SIEM and DevOps tools