Like any other software, web applications can be susceptible to showing vulnerabilities that put organizations’ and their clients’ information assets at risk. Our ethical hackers target these vulnerabilities before cybercriminals have the opportunity to exploit them. To ensure a fast remediation process, you should not depend on defense by firewalls and should look for weaknesses in your applications’ security features and other functions, and even in the open-source software associated with them.
Our web application security testing goes beyond the most popular cybersecurity vulnerabilities (e.g., OWASP Top 10) and is performed from different perspectives, not only by automated tools but mainly by multiple members of our red team, following techniques such as SAST, DAST and SCA. In addition, we manually test and attack your web applications performing the Penetration Testing technique, going deeper, finding the more complex vulnerabilities (including those in the business logic of the app) and helping to avoid false positives and false negatives. Fluid Attacks’ web application security testing can also be included in your software development lifecycle (SDLC) if your company is responsible for developing these applications.