IT security experience services

It is the method of testing where the areas of weakness in server systems in terms of security are put to test to determine, if ‘weak-point’ is indeed one, that can be broken into or not. There are a many of reasons for performing a penetration test for your server. We conduct penetration tests using manual or automated technologies for servers, web applications, networks and other potential points that are exposed to vulnerabilities. We would be testing compromised systems to check suitable exploits in other resources, specifically by trying it in the resources that have high level of security clearance. The vulnerability scanner discovers various issues that are potential security problems for your web server. The types of issues we can identify are:

Vulnerability Scan

A vulnerability scan is the first step of a full penetration test. Your systems are probed, using the same tricks and techniques that a real-world hacker would make use of, to find security holes and potential entry points.

Penetration Testing

A penetration test uses the knowledge gained in a vulnerability scan to attempt to gain access. The methods and technologies we use will be in-line with what you’d expect to find in a real-world scenario, so you’ll be able to identify and close any security holes before they become exploited.


  • We use industry-standard tools and methods to simulate a real-world attack

  • We can deep-scan your network components and web applications for unsecured access points and instances of weak security implementations

  • By proactively finding and fixing the weak points in your system we can save you a lot of time and money
  • We will only proceed with clear, written confirmation and will provide you with a comprehensive report of the weaknesses and vulnerabilities we find

We use OWASP top ten approaches:

  • Injection
  • Broken Authentication and Session Management
  • Cross-Site Scripting (XSS)
  • Insecure Direct Object References
  • Security Misconfiguration
  • Sensitive Data Exposure
  • Missing Function Level Access Control
  • Cross-Site Request Forgery (CSRF)
  • Using Known Vulnerable Components
  • Invalidated Redirects and Forwards


  • On-demand penetration Testing.
  • Hardware and software Exploits detection.
  • Database security.
  • CVE, OSVDB and Zero-Day Exploit Testing.
  • Application and hardware level firewall set-up and Configuration.
  • IDS Testing & Set-up.
  • Server OS vulnerability testing.
  • Server OS vulnerability testing.
  • Server Application testing.