Web Application Security Analysis

Web applications have become a critical component of modern businesses. They provide a platform for organizations to interact with their clients, manage their operations, and store sensitive information.

However, web applications are also vulnerable to cyber threats like hacking, malware, and other attacks. To ensure the security of web applications, organizations need to conduct regular security assessments.

Our Engagement Model
Pre-engagement interactions We conduct a kick-off meeting with the client to establish the scope of the assessment, collect additional information, and provide any IPs or URLs that might require whitelisting from the client.
Intelligence Gathering This stage involves gathering information about the target through OSINT to identify its current security posture.
Vulnerability Analysis We identify the flaws and weaknesses of the targets within the scope that a potential attacker may use to exploit. This stage uses a dual approach of tool automation and manual testing.
Exploitation This stage simulates an attack environment that a potential attacker might take against the target to determine the criticality and associated risk of the target.
Post Exploitation This stage is performed to identify the level of criticality and compromise from an attacker's standpoint when a target is successfully exploited. It involves modifying the service to demonstrate to the client how an attacker may escalate privileges, gain access to specific data, or cause a denial of service.
Reporting Our final stage involves submitting a report that outlines the findings and discoveries made during the assessment. The report will consist of a management overview and technical findings section that provides the client's technical team with the necessary inputs to patch the targets.
Why Traboda?
Traboda's Web Application Security Assessment service is designed to help organizations identify and mitigate security vulnerabilities in their web applications. Our security assessments comply with industry best practices and recognized standards such as the Open Web Application Security Project (OWASP) for web applications, mobile applications, and secure coding reviews.
Our approach is derived from the industry-recognized Penetration Testing Execution Standard (PTES), a standardized methodology for conducting penetration testing.