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To get an up-to-date assessment of vulnerabilities and threats to your network infrastructure, we simulate real-world attacks targeting common and less obvious system security aspects. Both internal and external checkups are performed by our best pen testing experts with years of experience in pen testing.
At Relevant, we leverage a diverse number of solutions and testing approaches, such as the Open Source Security Testing Methodology Manual (OSSTMM), Penetration Testing Execution Standard (PTES), and Open Web Application Security Project (OWASP), which allow us to access all the security aspects of your web-based applications.
To ensure your software product is resistant to any possible scenarios and tactics of various cyber attacks, our specialists can also provide a full checkup of the API’s functions/methods, how they could be abused, and how authorization and authentication could be bypassed.
To perform first-class pen testing for mobile, our experts apply a wide range of automated and manual testing to assess mobile app security on iOS and Android. In the process, we apply OWASP, eLearnSecurity Web Application Penetration Testing (eWPT) methodologies, as well as our proprietary approaches and checkups.
At internal pentest, our testers will conduct a series of attacks that could be carried out by a hacker who has already gained a foothold within your network and is searching for more benefit or damage to be performed within your systems, such as data disclosure, misuse, alteration or destruction, accessing the NPPI and many more.
Apart from the traditional white box testing, Relevant’s experts can perform the gray box testing, in which a pentester is given identifiers and passwords to assume the role of legitimate users of all privilege levels. Additionally, our pen testing professionals possess strong black box testing skills – external tests, similar to a real-world hacking attack.
When pen testing web applications, Relevant’s experts apply agile methodology to ensure the vulnerability checkup has covered all the security aspects of your web app.
To manage each of our pen testing projects, we engage only certified development experts with a proven experience in planning, organization, and project delivery.
Relevant provides value not only for the clients but its employees as well. We offer a wide range of career development opportunities to keep a motivated and expertized team for a long-term perspective.
Over 90% of clients are satisfied with the web application penetration testing service delivered by Relevant. With most of them, we’ve been collaborating for years!
To perform effective penetration testing for web applications, Relevant hires top-level professionals with deep knowledge and experience in development, testing, and management.
Under the changing trends in pen testing, our team proactively searches for new tools, solutions, and methods of risk management. This feature makes us a reliable partner, not just a service vendor.
To identify the possible vulnerabilities through pen testing, our security professionals perform multiple simulated attacks to see whether it’s possible to gain access to the app, which are mainly divided into two categories: internal and external penetration testing.
The external approach implies analyzing the components accessible to hackers via the Internet, for instance, through web apps or websites, while internal penetration tests simulate a scenario in which cyber attackers gain an access to your app behind the firewall.
To perform penetration testing on web applications, the first and most essential step is the test configuration. At this stage, developers define the scope and goals of the testing project. This will help to get a better idea of how to perform the tests, covering web architecture, API elements, general infrastructure information, and many more.
Web app penetration testing is essential to ensure your product is steady, secure, and resistant to possible attacks. Also, pen testing allows experts to conduct the infrastructure assessment, satisfy compliance requirements and confirm security policies, which are the key points for nearly any web application solution.
Penetration testing simulates the attacks to identify the risks of system intrusion, as well as detect the existing vulnerabilities in an app. This process does not cause a complete system outage, but there is always the potential for it to interfere with the system's performance. That is why it’s important to hire dedicated pen testing experts who can minimize the negative impacts and successfully resolve any possible issues.
The most commonly applied pentest method is network testing, according to which the testers conduct internal and external network exploitation.
Other popular methods which help to identify and fix security weaknesses are web application penetration testing, wireless pen testing, social engineering pentest, and physical penetration testing.
The end goal of Relevant is to provide high-end penetration testing services to improve the client’s security posture. This means that all the testing data is reasonably handled: moved to the encrypted archive, and destroyed the client data shortly after the report is finalized. Upon request, we can also shorten the amount of time evidence to meet your operational or regulatory requirements.
At Relevant, we highly prioritize the confidentiality and security of our clients. That is why we start collaborating on the project after signing a non-disclosure agreement (NDA), which is followed by all the departments of our company, including developers, managers, pen-testers, and others.
When all the agreements are discussed, you’ll get a personal manager assigned to your project to track the performance and progress of the pentest. At Relevant, we are extremely flexible in communication methods and time, which means you’ll always be informed about the most recent updates of the project’s web app pen testing.
The average costs for web app pen testing mainly depend on the application’s size and complexity and vary from a few thousand dollars to over 100,000 USD for a single pen test. The major factors which affect the final pricing are roles and permissions, dynamic pages, API endpoints, mobile variations, the testers’ skill level and tech stack, and many more.