Identifying exploitable web application vulnerabilities, weakness & technical flaws in applications before attackers can exploit them.
Identifying exploitable web application vulnerabilities, weakness & technical flaws in
applications before attackers can exploit them.
The aim of a Web Application Penetration Testing (WAPT) is to detect exploitable vulnerabilities, weaknesses, and technical flaws in applications before malicious
actors can exploit them, thereby exposing sensitive data. Krash Consulting’s penetration testing is carried out in accordance with the Open Source Security Testing
Methodology Manual (OSSTMM) and the Penetration Testing Execution Standard (PTES) and leverages the Open Web Application Security Project (OWASP)
framework for evaluating the security of web applications.
The primary objective of Web Application Penetration Testing (WAPT) is to identify vulnerabilities, weaknesses, and technical flaws in web applications before they can be exploited by attackers. Krash Consulting’s WAPT leverages the Open Web Application Security Project (OWASP) framework to assess the security of web-based applications. The simulated attack provides a realistic assessment of the vulnerabilities and threats to the customer’s application environment.
Our team performs a simulated attack to identify security flaws in the customer’s environment. The methodology includes Reconnaissance, Network Surveying and Services Identification, Manual Environmental Testing, Password Cracking, Manual Application Testing, and Root Cause Analysis and DREAD Reporting.
External Applications – the organization’s connectivity to the Internet, partners, clients, and suppliers.
Internal Applications – accessible through the organization’s internal network that house sensitive information such as intellectual property, client data, employee information, etc.
Identification of exploitable security issues. Safeguards the integrity and security of sensitive data. Secure extension of business applications. Improves productivity and user confidence. Supports efforts to achieve compliance with government and industry regulations
Our simulated attack approach provides a realistic assessment of the vulnerabilities and threats present in a customer’s application environment. The
assessment results are presented in the form of findings, which group together one or more security issues and offer recommendations for remediation,
prioritized according to the relative risk level. External applications represent an organization’s connection to the internet, partners, clients, and suppliers,
while internal applications house sensitive information and are accessible via the organization’s internal network.
Our team goes beyond the OWASP Top 10 to evaluate the security state of your applications and provide actionable recommendations to improve security. Our methodology involves reconnaissance, network surveying, services identification, manual environmental testing, password cracking, manual application testing, and root cause analysis. The results of our testing enable organizations to safeguard sensitive data, secure business applications, improve productivity, and achieve compliance with government and industry regulations.