Web App & Website Security Audit Services
Suma Soft helps all kinds of businesses in assessing the security of their software configuration and web environment. Our webapp & website security audit services help to safeguard information that is publicly available as most cyber crimes are performed by an internal employee or exploited by the information that is accessible for public users. We conduct a website security audit through automatic scanning and manual process. We follow the web application security testing guidelines provided by following models and manuals
OWASP Top 10 & Software Assurance Maturity Model
OWASP Top 10 is a potential awareness document applicable for web application security. With the help of this document, Suma Soft assures businesses that their web application does not contain any flaws. Utilizing software assurance maturity model, Suma Soft assists organizations to formulate and implement tactics for web application security.
This model helps organization verify information thoroughly, efficiently and accurately. OSTMM permits you to perform specific tests on diverse parts of your security framework, such as firewall validation, IDS verification, password cracking and so on.
Our manual approach uses different techniques like White Box, Black Box, and Grey Box security testing. Additionally, we also test business logic testing that checks prohibited activities like authentication bypass, privilege escalation, changing cart value, unauthorized access to restricted data, etc.
Advantages of our WebApp & Website Security Audit Services
After gathering all possible information against our target we launch an attack called “Social Engineering Attack”. Social engineering is a non-technical attack or we can say a Lure attack. This attack will be performed on target to see that how their internal assets are vulnerable to any further attacks.
We can’t rely or trust on automated scan results, that’s why we give strong attention to manual penetration test. In this part, our experts perform various attacks to find the all possible vulnerabilities like performing a business logic attack, privilege escalation, authentication bypass, and other vulnerabilities as well.
After the automated and manual penetration test, we verify the result by reproducing the issue. According to the impact and ease of attack, we filter them into three levels, i.e., critical, high, medium and low vulnerabilities.