The approach for Web App Security Testing - Vulnerability Assessment and Penetration Testing (VAPT) typically involves several stages, including:
Reconnaissance: In this stage, our security experts gather information about the target web application, including its structure, architecture, and any external dependencies. This information is used to develop a scope for the VAPT.
Vulnerability scanning: Our team will use automated tools to scan the web application for any known vulnerabilities. This can include identifying vulnerabilities in the application's code, as well as those related to any external dependencies or libraries.
Threat modeling: Our experts will use threat modeling techniques to identify potential security threats and develop a plan for performing penetration testing.
Penetration testing: Our team will perform simulated attacks against the web application to identify any potential security weaknesses. This may include testing for vulnerabilities related to the application's code, as well as any potential vulnerabilities related to the underlying the web application operating system or device.
Reporting: Our team will provide you with a comprehensive security report that includes a detailed analysis of our findings and recommendations for remediation.
The goal of the VAPT is to identify and remediate any potential security risks in the web application before they can be exploited by malicious actors. By performing regular VAPTs, you can help ensure the security of your application and the data it handles.