Web Application security

Understanding the attacker’s aspect is key to successful web application penetration testing. Web application plays a high role in modern organizations. But the organization does not properly secure its web application, mobile application, adversaries can compromise their applications, break or damage business flow and steal data. Attackers can hack website database and get all information of their clients. The secure application is the biggest need of today. Web applications have become a must to have composed in organizations. So We perform an extensive deep scan that identifies web application vulnerabilities or bugs using both authenticated and non-authenticated scan, including looking for attack vectors such as Broken Authentication, cross-site scripting (XSS), SQL injection, Remote file inclusion, LFI, Password Cracking, insufficiently protected credentials and information leakage and many other vulnerabilities to secure your any type of web application to hack or from the hackers. Hackploit application security testing experts adopt an end-to-end approach for web application security. Our methodologies incorporate numerous components of application security across all levels of the software development lifecycle (SDLC) to reinforce overall security posture of the essential business applications Penetration Testing needs of your business. choose among following testing components that perfectly match the business needs from the list of test options provided by Hackploit. White box Testing In White box testing, the tester has full information of the application’s source code, IP addresses involved, detailed network information, and all server information the application runs on. The aim is to attack the code from many angles to reveal security threats. A white box is an efficient, and mainly used method of penetration testing. It is mostly used to analyze your source code and identify areas that need to be patched. Hackploit Pen testers and security researcher work directly with your application developers to identify vulnerabilities or bugs that need to be patched in your system layout. Black-box Testing In a black box, the client does not provide information about their infrastructure of a web application and their network other than their IP address, their URL or even just the association name. It is also known as “blind testing” because the penetration tester has to find a route to access the web application and its network. Hackploit assesses the environment as if they were an external attacker or pen-tester with no information about the framework or application logic that they are testing. The process of black box testing involves bracing the attack without having access to source code or program files. Black box assessments provide a simulation of how an advanced computer user without any information, such as an internet hacker and cracker, organized crime. Grey Box Testing In between black and white box testing, you will detect gray box testing. The penetration tester and web security researcher will be given partial details about the website and its network infrastructure