Adanavce Grey Box Penetration Testing

Dynamic, planned security testing with partial knowledge of the application, or grey-box testing, is an effective technique for finding security vulnerabilities in software applications or web application

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The objective of grey box security testing is to identify weaknesses and vulnerabilities in your running applications before cyber-criminals can find and exploit them.

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Grey Box Testing


Greybox Overview

Do you need a test where you get the benefits of a black box test but do not have all that time? Or a test which gives results like a white box test but do not want to provide all the information? Are you willing to share a minimal amount of information to get maximum benefits? Grey Box Test is your answer.

A grey box test can be defined as the grey area between the white box and black box test. The tester has access to a small amount of information, like technical documentation or authentication credentials which reduce the time that Black Box Test requires in getting through the authentication mechanism of the system.

Grey Box Security Testing Benifits

We at SecureLayer7 place the client’s needs on top priority. The SecureLayer7 Grey Box Testing methodology is designed by keeping the client’s requirements in mind. The client decides how much information to provide, what information to provide, what to test, literally everything.

And we provide the results in minimum possible time. Our engineers will always be in communication with you to give you the flexibility of requirement specification at any stage of the security testing.


SecureLayer7 Penetration Testing Strategy

Client Business Analysis

The central objective of any SecureLayer7 penetration test is to fulfill the exact needs of our customers. The first stage in any testing is therefore to understand the business functions of our client’s systems and incorporate those needs in our testing plan. This process helps us to identify the main potential threat surfaces of the client’s applications and customize the penetration test accordingly.

Vulnerability Detection

Once we have your applications main potential threat surfaces, our security engineers start the actual penetration testing. The testing detects and tracks all the security flaws and vulnerabilities.

Expert Manual Penetration Testing

We do not rely on automated penetration testing. As the critical bugs review reports reach our development team, all security threats are checked and verified manually by our team of experienced engineers.

Keeping Clients in the Loop

We keep our clients in the loop all the way. While performing penetration testing, we ensure proper synchronization of our team’s work with the client’s IT department.

Detailed Security Reports

After the completion of testing, a detailed threat assessment report is created and shared with the client. The report includes vulnerability impact assessment and threat mitigation recommendations.

Jargon Free Client Communication

We communicate clearly to webmasters and business managers alike. All our system threat reports and recommendations are both specific and descriptive, saving the IT department the trouble of explaining the situation to top management.

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World-Class Testing Methodologies

  • Scoping
  • Reconnaissance and Enumeration
  • Application Scanning
  • Vulnerability Analysis
  • Mapping and Service Identification
  • Analysis of Vulnerability
  • Testing for Business Logic
  • Service Exploitation
  • Privilege Escalation
  • Pivoting
  • Remediation Planning
  • Detailed, Actionable Reporting

SecureLayer7 Service and Deliverables

Our Security Services Include:

Identification of vulnerabilities, definition of attack scenarios and automated detection coupled with manual analysis and detailed evaluation of countermeasures and improvements.

Grey box testing Report

Once we complete the security assessment, SecureLayer7 provide a electronic assessment report. The report will provide an analysis of the current state of the assessed security controls. The report deliverable will also include the following in-depth analysis and recommendations for technical staff to understand the underlying risks and recommendations. The analysis will identify areas that need to be resolved in order to achieve an adequate level of security. The detailed contents of the deliverable are described below.

  • Executive Summary
  • Purpose of the engagement
  • List of identified security controls
  • Recommendations to prevent the recurring of vulnerability
  • A technical description and classification of each vulnerability
  • Proof of Concept in the form of Videos and Images
  • Description of how to mitigate the vulnerability
  • Appendices

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