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Who needs pentest by Hacken?

GDPR requires every company to have a process for regularly testing, assessing, and evaluating the effectiveness of any measures protecting personal data

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ICO Startups

The cornerstone of any successful ICO campaign is investors’ trust. How to achieve it? Prove your ICO is safe! It cannot be reached without a secure website or application.

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IT Companies

Young companies or well-established market players who push bright ideas for the IT world must ensure the highest level of security for their product, systems, and applications.

Most private information is stored in various applications and business systems which can be targeted by malevolent hackers.

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We offer Cybersecurity Services that enable Cybercrime prevention for Businesses which lack the scale, expertise, or time to do it themselves.
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Why do you need PenTest?

You may find the answer in the key cybersecurity statistics of 2017

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Over 75%

of all legitimate websites contain unpatched vulnerabilities.

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$3.62 millions

The cost of an average data breach in 2017.

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More than 40%

of cyber attacks target small and medium businesses.

What do we check?

Web Application Penetration Testing

For an average user, a web application is a client-server program in a web browser. For a black hat hacker, a web application is an opportunity to steal sensitive data.

Cyber attacks on web apps range from targeted database manipulations to large-scale network disruptions. Some companies never recover from major data breaches. Flawed coding or failure to sanitize input to and output from web application can result in massive financial losses, damage to brand reputation, and loss of customer trust. Therefore, every company should ensure the web security: the best way is to hire white hat hacker.

Solution

Hacken web application penetration testing delivers detailed results that include criminals’ attack simulations showing how an attacker can exploit a vulnerability. We combine automated and manual penetration testing to achieve the most accurate result. Automated tools and scanners discover almost all technical vulnerabilities, while a penetration tester identifies logical vulnerabilities.

It takes excellent technical skills and experience of Hacken’s penetration testers to identify complex flaws in authorization and business logic of the web app. We provide clients with an insightful analysis and recommendations on how to eliminate vulnerabilities.

Mobile Application Testing

Viruses, man-in-the-middle attack, or ruined reputation as a result of a data breach, which would you choose?
Hacken suggests mobile app security testing

Mobile applications are one of the most widely spread tools for storing sensitive information as modern people use mobile apps to access company’s services. Thus, it is imperative to ensure security at both ends. Mobile penetration testing is the solution to ensure that your client will not fall victim to a positioned attacker who aims to manipulate traffic.

It is pointless to develop an attractive app if there are holes in the servers that store and process customer data. At the same time, completely secure servers cannot save customer data from retrieval or redirection to a remote attacker if an app is insecure.

Solution

Hacken’s mobile app penetration testing provides an insightful security analysis of phone and tablet-based apps. A well-balanced combination of automated and manual penetration testing helps achieve the most accurate assessment.

Our penetration testers identify vulnerabilities that can be misused to steal funds from the customers’ and investors’ wallets or loot funds from an IT company's account damaging the reputation of the project.

Network Penetration Testing

The role of servers, employee devices, and routers is usually underestimated when it comes to corporate security.

In fact, black hat hackers target anything that stores, processes, and transmits personal information.

It is unlikely that an average user is aware of the risks connected with his/her WI-FI router. However, a mature company should take into account all possible hackers attack vectors. A company’s network may be under great risks due to a wide range of security flaws including misconfigured software, outdated software or operating systems, insecure protocols and unnecessary exposures.

Solution

Vulnerability research provides a comprehensive testing of a company's servers and network infrastructure to ensure that the company is highly protected against a range of cyber threats. Hacken’s white hats will check whether the organization has any exploitable vulnerabilities in networks, systems, hosts and network devices.

Network penetration testing is a step ahead of black hat hackers. We will reveal possible opportunities for hackers to compromise systems before they are able to exploit them.

Key directions of the assessment

Authentication

The application's authentication controls the mechanism as it processes the identity of individuals or entities.
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Session Management

The application's session management controls the mechanism as it traces the activities performed by authenticated application users.
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Input Manipulation

The application's input controls the application processes inputs received from different interfaces and/or entry points.
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Output Manipulation

Possibility to gain information from temporary Internet files, cookies and other application objects.
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Information Leakage

We determine the type of information that is transferred back to the user or stored in the client's machine.
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How does it work?


1)Information Gathering
A search for any data about the system, mobile app, or infrastructure through the open sources.


2)Threat Modeling
Based on the collected data, a plan on how to sneak into the system is created.


3)Vulnerability Analysis
Automatic (with the help of scanners) and manual assessment of the system.


4)Exploitation
Using the identified data, specialists try to perform various manipulations to check how the vulnerabilities can be misused by criminals.


5)Post Exploitation
Researching what other actions can be performed with the identified vulnerabilities.


6)Reporting
Writing a detailed report on the performed actions with the recommendation on how to eliminate vulnerabilities.

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