According to recent research 75% of the cyber attacks are at Web Application level.

In this virtual era, a website is the identity of a company and we at INVESICS are driven to secure your web applications through our website security testing service.

Top Web Application Attacks

The attack is the technique used by hackers to exploit the vulnerabilities of the applications. Attacks like brute force, SQL injection, Clickjacking, Cross-site scripting (XSS), Cache poisoning, Buffer overflow are some of the common examples.

Our value proposition is our custom-made services. Yes, we agree that one size fits all, but we believe that each organization has its own set of requirements that do not suit the one-size-fits-all model. As a result, we tailor our services to each client's needs and place an emphasis on manually validating any false positives. A keen mind can uncover what machines can't. Another feather in our cap is end-to-end service. Following the completion of a project, we give support with all security requirements.

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Vulnerability Assessment and Penetration Testing Scope


  • Web Internet Gateway and Firewall Analysis
  • Web Server Vulnerability Analysis
  • Patch level testing and resulting vulnerabilities
  • Cryptography related (layer 6)
  • Misc Web Services called by Apps, XML Payloads
  • Cloud login scenario testing
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  • Rootkit attack possibility and dormantness
  • SQL Injection and session stealing attack
  • App code related (XSS, Cookie and many more)
  • Backend Database reachability and Pentesting
  • All listed as BlackBox
  • All listed as GreyBox
  • Scanning for 1000+ known code level vulnerabilities


Common Attack Vectors in a web application


  • Compromised Credentials
  • Weak and Stolen Credentials
  • Ransomware
  • Missing or Poor Encryption
  • Misconfiguration
  • Brute force attack
  • Distributed Denial of Service (DDoS)
  • Zero-Day Vulnerabilities

Globally Open Web Application Security Project(OWASP) releases a list of top 10 security risks or vulnerabilities which are


  • A1 Injection
  • A2 Broken Authentication
  • A3 Sensitive Data Exposure
  • A4 XML External Entities (XXE)
  • A5 Broken Access Control
  • A6 Security Misconfiguration
  • A7 Cross-Site Scripting (XSS)
  • A8 Insecure Deserialization
  • A9 Using Components with Known Vulnerabilities
  • A10 Insufficient Logging & Monitoring

Reference: https://owasp.org

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Approach and Procedure of test:

Process includes 3 phases:

  1. Network Discovery
  2. Vulnerability Assessment [VA]
  3. Web application penetration testing or web Pentesting [PT]

Invesics's Pen-test approach goes beyond OWASP Top-10

Project Purpose
Manual Pen-Testing
Requirement Gathering
Review- Analysis
Defining Scope
Reporting- Suggestions
Automated VAPT
Retest- Certification

Our Security Experts perform the following steps:

  • Perform broad scans to identify potential areas of exposure and services
  • Perform targeted scans and manual checks and investigation to validate vulnerabilities
  • Test components to gain access
  • Identify and validate the vulnerabilities
  • Rank vulnerabilities based on threat levels, potential loss, and the likelihood of exploitation
  • Identify issues of immediate consequence and recommend solutions
  • Transfer knowledge
  • Experience in below Domains but not limited to:

    VB Dot-Net
    php
    VB Dot-Net
    VB Dot-Net
    codeigniter
    MongoDB
    nodejs
    mysql
    redies
    no sql
    c++
    oracle
    Windows server
    linux
    wordpress
    angular
    woo-commerce
    joomla
    sharepoint
    go
    aws
    gcp
    azure
    reactjs
    blockchain
    socketio

    Web Application VAPT Deliverables:


    • Password Protected rich Reporting for all Scope
      • Vulnerability Listings with severity to fix
      • Vulnerability Listings - based on who need to fix that (Developer, Server Admin, Network Admin)
      • Evidence (Images or video) for each vulnerability
      • Conceptual fixings guidance for each vulnerability
    • Explanation Call with Dev/Fixing Team if required
    • Complementary Re-Test within one month of Initial Report Submission

    FAQs

    What are the things I need to provide you for starting my VAPT assignment?

    If it is tool based testing only, we will need URL in case of Web Application, APK file in case of Android App, IPA file in case of iOS App. If it is a manual based testing, along with previously mentioned things, we will need dummy credentials of each users roles exists in your system.

    Does Invesics have certain certification which are required?

    Yes, Invesics is an ISO 27001 certified Company. Resources who will work on the assignments are CEH certified. Security Lead at Invesics is a double graduate having Masters degree in Cyber Security and Incident Response. ( )

    How can I make sure my details and application data will be in a safe hand?

    INVESICS is ISO 27001 certified company and hence we have all the compliance applies to handle your data privacy. Further, you will get digitally signed NDA before starting the assignment, this NDA is legally valid.

    What am I supposed to do if I have extra requirements on my project?

    You can convey that to you account manager, he will be there 24*7 to assist you. If your extra requirements does not fall under your selected plan, you will be given estimate for the extra work.

    What am I supposed to do if I am not interested to work with Invesics, after doing the payment?

    You can cancel the project anytime before signing NDA and you will get your money back. For more clarity, you can refer our refund policy here.

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