Website Application Testing (WAPT)

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Web sites and web based applications are the most common targets for hackers world-wide. A website compromised using shell-injection can result in complete takeover of the data center & internal network. A company which has critical data online, or that runs an e-commerce business,or having an online CRM system, or one which uses CMS; must test its online applications on a periodic basis.

At SA Biz UK Ltd, our website security expert Penetration Testers put every aspect of your web application, including servers and web application firewalls, to the test during a WAPT engagement. We follow a systematic and yet agile approach to test website security.

We analyze every known exploit, including:

  • Injection attacks – SQL injection, command injection, XML injection
  • Application logic attacks
  • Input validation – cross-site scripting, cross-site request forgery, buffer overflow
  • Authentication bypass
  • Security misconfigurations

After a comprehensive, hands on review of your website and your application architecture, we use a combination of multiple tools to provide the reporting and provide remediation steps to  secure your sensitive web-application.

What do we need from you ?

  • List of URLs (and subdomains) in scope
  • Whitelisting of our IP address and account during the penetration testing process

Benefits of WAPT
  • Prevents security incidents related to your web-application which might go otherwise un-noticed for long periods of time. This is especially true of attacks such as Web-shells, backdoors and SQL Injection attacks.
  • Prevents loss of sensitive data from the database such as payment details, user credentials etc
  • Protects from defacing and unauthorized modification of website content
  • Protects against mailers and financial loss caused by other unauthorized activities on the web-server such as tampering of client/user data, tampering of product details or rates.


Penetration Testing

  • SQL injection attacks
  • XML injections
  • Command injections
  • Cross site scripting
  • Application logic attacks
  • Cross site request forgery
  • Buffer overflow
  • Authentication bypass
  • Security misconfigurations
  • Automated testing
  • Manual testing
  • Identification of vulnerabilities