Application security includes all tasks that introduce a secure software development life cycle to development, testing and IT teams. Its final goal is to improve security practices and find, fix, and preferably prevent security issues within applications.
The use of blockchain technology across all fields has surged owing to its advantages. But, with it comes significant vulnerabilities and security issues, accounting for 51% of attacks.
Organizations stand to lose crucial data due to the below-mentioned reasons.
It is thus essential to be vigilant regarding maintaining a solid cloud security posture.
Black Box, Grey Box, and White Box Testing are the most common web app security, mobile app security, and network security tests.
Manual security testing is performed by a Pentester who uses his skills and experience to find out the vulnerabilities in the application. Automation testing is done by tools using default frameworks.
OWASP top 10 (2021), WASC 40 (applications), and SANS 40 are the most crucial security standards.
|OWASP top 10 (2021)
|Web app, mobile app, API security
|WASC 40 (applications)
|Web app, mobile app
Yes, we do provide certificates based on the requirement.
Entersoft security, one of the leading fintech security firms in the market, has its core expertise in application security. It is known for its unique approach methodology via the hacker's perspective. Our homegrown portal and reporting solution enable the client to keep track of the process. It provides Security-as-a-Service solutions delivering comprehensive and uncompromising protection to various platforms like the web app, mobile app, cloud. It also enables them to safely and securely access enterprise apps, email, and the web from anywhere on any network.
It usually depends on the nature of the business and the industry the company belongs to. Mostly the requirement is once a quarter.
External vendors help gain the objective perspective and provide you with an immense knowledge base and exposure with their years of experience and expertise.
Our company is registered along with compliances like ISO, GDPR, DUNS. We are a team of certified Ethical Hacking individuals.
Several tools are used to test the different components of network and application security. Some of them are:
It depends on the complexity of the application. Some of the factors include the number of roles, number of pages, number of APIs defined in the application.
We provide proof for the existence and non-existence of vulnerabilities, thus addressing the assurance of our claims.
We provide a report of all the test cases performed with proof that there aren't any vulnerabilities in the application.
After testing, we provide a comprehensive report with all the findings and test cases. We also give some sample codes for assistance and support your development teams to fix all the identified bugs through an iterative process. After patching the vulnerabilities, you can opt for a validation test. We perform the retest, and after being assured that there are no loopholes left, we close the engagement releasing a certificate.
Once you fill out the pre-engagement questionnaire, we will have the walkthrough of your application, which will help define the scope.
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Testing the production environment helps get a security assessment of the actual target. However, sometimes it can affect the database because we use automated scanners as part of testing. It can impact the target in several ways, add junk data, fill up tickets, create pop-ups, or provoke some slowing of processes, which hampers the customer's experience.
Penetration test on a non-production environment does not impact the users or interfere with the activity. There might be fewer restrictions with no repercussions on the company's data. It makes sense to pentest:
Choosing between a production or non-production environment balances getting the most out of the pentest and reducing the risks.
Yes, but only for a specified period based on the project. As most applications do code modifications regularly, there might be a chance of new vulnerabilities whenever the code gets updated. As vulnerabilities evolve on a day-to-day basis, you need to get your applications tested regularly.
We test the Payment Methods the way it has been implemented, but not the Payment Gateway.