Application Penetration Testing

To identify and address hidden vulnerabilities in your organization's security before someone else does.

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About eBuilder Penetration Testing

We help Minimize the Impact of a Cyber Attack

In a pentest, your IT systems are tested for vulnerabilities that can be exploited by cybercriminals to penetrate your network. Our experts conduct a real-life simulation of hacking into your system.

Pentesting, also known as ethical hacking, helps your organization protect critical data. eBuilder Security provides pentests as a service.

Staying Ahead

Cybercrimes are skyrocketing. AIG predicts the annual damages for cybercrimes to reach 10.5 trillion dollars by 2025, which is almost half the US GDP. Cybercrimes have become an industry with traditional products and services. Hacking tools can be rented or purchased as regular software.

The level of sophistication is growing each year. Preventing a cyberattack is essential to stay ahead of a growing threat to organizations across the world.

eBuilder Pentest Methodology

eBuilder Security provides comprehensive penetration testing that follows a strict methodology. It is manual work where specialists simulate a real-life hacker attack using our own methodology (see below). The goal of penetration testing is to uncover any vulnerabilities that may get exploited by hackers. Pentest also improves your organization’s skills in handling major incidents.

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01

Reconnaissance

Gather information on business requirements from the client as well as from online data-sharing web sources. Leverage phishing wherever applicable.

Step
02

Assess & Analyze

Identify critical application pages and perform automated scans to identify vulnerabilities. Analyze, verify and eliminate false positives from vulnerability analysis reports.

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03

Exploit & Penetrate

Attempt exploitation techniques on identified vulnerabilities. Penetrate into the underlying infrastructure using the application vulnerabilities.

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04

Attack Persistence

Establish access, replicate attacks, and escalate privileges. Pivot through the network and penetrate into other critical servers like AD, Mail server, etc.

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05

Verification

After the security threats have been removed, verification tests are executed.

What should be included in a pentest report?

The final step in pentesting, providing a report with the analysis, should include the following several key items:

  • An Executive Summary - concise description of the business risk and the overall impact of findings to the business.
  • Risk Analysis - Detailed analysis of the discovered risks and their implications.
  • Impact Analysis - Detailed analysis of the discovered risks and their implications.

Reports will be available within 48 hours (about 2 days) of a test. Our detailed deliverables will allow your staff to cross-reference our activities with monitoring and alerting controls.

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What Our Clients Say

“Cybersecurity has top priority in our firm. Our software is installed on Exchanges and Central Depositories around the World. We chose eBuilder Security because of their extended experience in delivering secure SaaS to global organizations.
We are very happy with their professionalism and customer service.

Chris Richardson, CEO Percival Software Ltd.

Frequently Asked Questions

How long does a penetration test take?

Penetration testing usually takes about 2-3 weeks.

We already do vulnerability scanning. Why do we need a penetration test?

Scanning tells you what could happen, but not much about the extent of the risk the vulnerabilities may carry. This is where penetration test becomes beneficial.

Does it fulfill my compliance obligation?

Most audits like SOC 2 or ISO 27001 require you to have adequate security checks. Penetration tests may also be a requirement for some customers annually, especially if you are a Software as a Service [SaaS] Provider.

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For starters, we can show how to improve upon your existing security in 30 mins. Care to proceed?