Research Driven Web Application Penetration Testing with BB-SEC
Your Web Application is a big target for hackers. Our comprehensive and research driven web application testing targets finding high RISK vulnerabilities that attackers could use to compromise your systems.
Our testing includes:
- Exhaustive manual penetration testing
- OWASP Top 10 Testing (and beyond): Broken Access Controls, Cryptographic Failures, Injection, Insecure Design, Security Misconfigurations, Vulnerable and Outdated Components, Identification and Authentication Failures, Software and Data Integrity Failures, Security Logging and Monitoring Failures, SSRF. etc.
- Authenticated and Unauthenticated Testing
- Web Application API and backend components testing
- Testing based on industry standards and best practices (OSSTMM, OWASP, PTES, NIST, ISSAF, PCI)
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Web Application Penetration Testing Service
Cybercriminals do not stop at easy-to-find, scannable vulnerabilities. In fact, they often outnumber application developers both in resources and time. This is why, when it comes to web app security, you need the BEST.
BB-SEC’s white-glove web application penetration testing services are recognized for their quality, and depth. Ask us how our services will give you the best return on your investment into your app’s security.
Web Application Penetration Testing FAQ
Web application penetration testing is the process of testing web applications for security vulnerabilities. It involves ethical hackers attempting to identify and exploit any weaknesses in the web application’s security. This type of testing is important to ensure the security of an organization’s web applications and to protect data from malicious actors.
The shortage of web application pen testers is mainly due to a lack of qualified personnel. Web application pen testing requires a great deal of technical knowledge, such as understanding how an application works, being familiar with different web application security frameworks and having experience with detecting and exploiting a variety of complex vulnerability types. Additionally, web application pen testers need to possess strong communication skills, as they need to explain their findings in a way that is easily understood and be able to provide high-quality remediation recommendations. With the increasing demand for web application security and the limited number of professionals with the necessary skills, it is difficult to find qualified web application pen testers.
The most popular tools used for web app pen testing are Burp and ZAP. Burp Suite is a commercial web penetration testing tool used to identify and exploit vulnerabilities in web applications. It includes tools such as an intercepting proxy, a web application scanner, and a web vulnerability scanner. ZAP is an open-source alternative. A variety of other tools and scanners are also often used in web app pen testing, including manual scripts written by testers.
The cost of a web app penetration test can vary significantly depending on the type and scope of the test. Web app pen tests under $4,000 are typically automated vulnerability scans mislabeled as penetration testing.
Web application pen testing should be conducted on a regular basis, typically at least once a year, to ensure the security of the application. It should also be conducted prior to deploying the application in production, as well as after any major changes are made to the application.