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Comprehensive Application Penetration Testing with BreachLock™
Manual Penetration Testing + Automated Scanning = BreachLock™
Your applications and cloud environment are always on the move. New features and changes are deployed with agility. Don’t deprive your small releases of security testing as that may result in big security gaps for your application.
OWASP Compliant Pen Testing
BreachLock™ adheres to OWASP (Open Web Application Security Project) standards in order to provide the optimal study into an organization’s web application security. Each domain within OWASP is critically analyzed for your applications and results are documented in actionable reports.
Penetration Testing as a Service
Requesting a penetration test on your latest release is as simple as clicking a button. Our security researchers swing into action and replicate hacker-like manual penetration testing activity on your cloud infrastructure and applications. You get online as well as PDF reports with screenshots of hacked areas.
Manual Penetration Testing
Most organizations build their web applications taking advantage of the global community of developers. This also provides risks and possible oversight for your application. That is why we perform exhaustive manual tests utilizing the same tools and resources that a malicious hacker would use.
Web Application Penetration Testing
Web application penetration testing uses manual and automated testing techniques to identify any vulnerability, security flaws or threats in a web application. The BreachLock™ platform is armed with AI augmented automated scanners and a certified team of security experts.
Find Critical Vulnerabilities
Database injection, authentication failure, data leaks, XML exposure to external entities, brute force, access controls, and security misconfiguration are few examples of test cases that we include in our approach. We also test for critical business logic security flaws in your web applications.
Mobile Application Penetration Testing
BreachLock™ supports manual penetration testing for web applications, mobile applications (iOS/Android) and desktop applications. Our SaaS platform consolidates all results, allows you to download results, request validation of fixes and contact our security experts for support.
Unlimited Online Support
Technical Support is available to assist with our test results. We will work closely with your IT team and partners to ensure that security gaps are identified and provide advice to help you address them. Our SaaS portal facilitates the whole workflow in an easy to manage way and you remidiate faster.
Comprehensive and Compliant Reports
Our reports include vulnerability descriptions, severity ratings, recommendations on fixes and references to external websites. Each report is available in online and offline (PDF, CSV) format. Our SaaS platform facilitates collaboration with our security experts and speeds up your patching.
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Comprehensive testing and accurate results
No automated technique can find all type of vulnerabilities. This especially applies to authorization issues and business logic flaws. Our skilled security researchers can uncover these flaws while interacting with the applications just like a hacker would. This ensures that you get a deep and comprehensive assessment that uncovers hidden security gaps.Get Started
Comply with Vendor Assessments, PCI DSS, HIPAA, SOC 2 & other requirements
Regulatory standards PCI DSS, HIPAA, GLBA and FISMA require penetration testing and also security frameworks such as OWASP Top 10 and SANS Top 25. PCI DSS even specifies that scans without a manual process are not permitted in certain situations. Our manual penetration testing, DAST and automated scans are fully compliant with these needs.Get Started
Experienced and certified team
BreachLock™ manual penetration testing gives you unlimited access to our world class team of security researchers. Our team has over 100+ CVE’s to their credit and are publicly acknowledged by Fortune 500 companies for finding security flaws via published responsible disclosure programs. Our team is comprised of security professionals with decades of security experience and global certifications such as CREST, OSCP, OSCE, CEH, CISA, CISM, SANS and many more.Get Started
Industry standard methodology
Our manual penetration testing is aligned to OWASP and OSSTMM testing methodology. As the whole penetration testing process is facilitated via the BreachLock™ cloud platform, this guarantees all projects get a standard quality assurance level and all clients get a consistent experience with high-quality results.Get Started
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To ensure that a penetration test simulates a real-life attack, many organizations prefer availing services of an external service provider. To choose a particular penetration testing service provider is indeed a difficult task. Our experts have compiled a list of 10 questions that you must ask a potential penetration testing service provider in order to ease the selection process of a service provider.Read More
Application Security Testing Best Practices
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