Identifying Vulnerabilities Before Hackers Do

Enhance Your Website’s Security with Red Threat Cyber’s Comprehensive Penetration Testing Services

Penetration Testing Services

Welcome to Red Threat Cyber Security’s specialized web application testing services where we thoroughly evaluate your online presence through strict adherence to OWASP guidelines. Our experts rigorously test various components within web applications including identification of OWASP top ten vulnerabilities, website mapping & enumeration, testing for injection attacks (such as SQL, JavaScript, LDAP), testing for RCE, malicious file upload testing, and much more.

TOOLS USED

BeEF Project

Empowering Penetration Testing with Browser Exploitation Framework

Burp Suite

The Ultimate Toolkit for Web Application Security Testing and Analysis

DirBuster/DirSearch/Dirb

DirBuster/DirSearch/Dirb

Discovering Hidden Directories and Files, for Web App Security Testing.

metasploit

Metasploit

The Leading Penetration Testing Framework for Uncovering Vulnerabilities

Nikto

Nikto

Web Server Scanner for Effective Security Assessment & Testing

Nmap

NMAP

Network Scanning Tool for Mapping and Assessing Network Security

qualys

Qualys

Cloud-based Security & Compliance Solutions for Strengthening Cyber Defenses

Sqlmap

SQLMap

Open Source SQL Injection Testing Tool for Uncovering Database Vulnerabilities & Data Security.

Vulnerability Assesment with Red Threat

At Red Threat Cyber Security, we follow established industry practices and methodologies to provide quality assurance to customers about the security of their web applications. We adhere strictly to the OWASP Testing Guide version 4 and NIST Special Publication 800-115, which serve as valuable resources to aid our experts in evaluating web application security. By leveraging these frameworks, we streamline our testing process to ensure all facets are covered, resulting in greater confidence that potential vulnerabilities will be identified before they cause harm. These standardized testing procedures allow our team to consistently produce excellent reports, providing clear actionable recommendations for securing your vital digital assets.

We take pride in offering exceptional penetration testing services using cutting-edge AI and NLP technologies alongside proven industry methods. We understand that every organization has unique needs, so we aim to tailor each assessment based on individual circumstances. By incorporating artificial intelligence into our process, we streamline the discovery phase, making it faster and more efficient than ever before. The integration of these advanced tools helps us analyze data quicker and more accurately, ultimately benefitting you – our valued customer

4 Step Penetration Testing

Experience the efficiency of PDAD

At Red Threat Cyber Security, we bring you efficient and effective penetration testing, backed by our honed technical skills and knowledge. Our unique methodology comprises four crucial stages:

STEP 1

PLANNING

Understanding your business objectives is our priority. We establish clear communication channels and rules of engagement for seamless collaboration, ensuring project success.

STEP 2

DISCOVERY

Our team kickstarts the process by conducting comprehensive scans and enumeration exercises using cutting-edge tools like Burp Suite Professional Edition and Nessus Vulnerability Scanner. This stage aims to uncover existing vulnerabilities and identify potential entry points in your system. Through enumeration, we gain crucial insights into software stack configurations, user directories, exposed services, and application version detection

STEP 3

ATTACK

Armed with valuable insights from previous phases, it’s time for the main event! Our skilled engineers meticulously detect suspected issues using powerful tools like sqlmap, BeEF, Nikto, and more. We proactively minimize risks within agreed-upon limitations and capitalize on access opportunities to enhance your organization’s security posture.

STEP 4

DOCUMENTATION

After the attack phase concludes, we provide you with a detailed document highlighting all discovered vulnerabilities and breached access points. Additionally, an exhaustive report is shared, covering failed attempts, positive findings, strengths, and shortcomings observed. This comprehensive documentation keeps you informed at every step, showcasing your organization’s resilience to threats. It also includes recommended remediation and guidelines for improvement, enabling you to prioritize resources effectively based on a thorough evaluation process.

Tests we perform

The following represents a list of potential weaknesses in your web application that our testing
seeks to identify and address. This extensive catalog encompasses both OWASP Top Ten
Critical Vulnerabilities as well as numerous other prevalent issues faced by websites today. Our
examination includes:

OWASP

The crucial ten risks outlined within the Open Web Application Security Project

SQL Injection ‚Äč

Attacks which exploit data entering databases

XSS

Cross-site scripting (XSS), malicious code execution within user browsers.

Command Injection

Unauthorized command insertion via injections flaws

Path traversal

Violations allowing access to restricted directories.

Formatting mistakes

Potential unintended behavior or system crashes.

Serialized object vulnerabilities

Insufficient security when parsing objects

CSRF & SSRF

Server-side and client-side counterfeiting scenarios

XML external entity exploitation

Buffer overflows through external entities

Code injection

Introduction of dangerous programming instructions.

Remote file inclusion (RFI)

Loading files from foreign sources.

Directory browsing

Public display of site directories.

Denial-of-service (DoS)

Disruption caused by server assaults.

Error message configuration

Covert click manipulation

Authorization token theft

Stealing authentication tokens

Password reset abuse

Unauthorized account access

Error message exposure

Accidental disclosure of private details.

Resource path patterns

Identifiable openings for scanning probes