Silverark Security Audit - Application Penetration Test (APT)

The application penetration test is a service that will perform full security audit on your website or web application. This process uses a variety of tools, exploit databases and vulnerability scanners to scan your web application for common security vulnerabilities.

Security Audit

What is a Penetration Test?

Many organisations have their own internal terminology for a penetration test, so you may also call it a vulnerability audit or technical risk assessment. At its simplest, a penetration-test is the process of evaluating your information security measures, documenting potential security issues and advising how best to protect your data.

You will received both an executive summary highlighting the problems found, as well as a developers report giving full details of where the vulnerability was found and how to patch it!

The basic audit includes

  • Input Validation
  • Buffer Overflow
  • Cross Site Scripting (XSS)
  • URL Manipulation
  • SQL Injection
  • Cookie Modification
  • Bypassing Authentication
  • Code Execution
  • Gain Elevated User Rights
  • Form Brute Force vulnerability
  • Cross-site request forgery (XSRF)
  • SSH Tunnelling
  • SSL certificate validity and vulnerabilities
  • AJAX and JavaScript vulnerabilities