Web Vulnerability Assessment and Penetration Testing Service

Web Vulnerability Assessment and Penetration Testing Service

Bytecode Cyber Security will be performing Web Application VAPT effectively at the client place and giving complete satisfaction from the vulnerabilities
We are finalizing the After the successful penetration into the system, the privilege escalation technique is used to identify and escalate access to gain higher privileges, such as registry/root access or administrative privileges to that particular environment.


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What is a Web Application Penetration Testing?

Web Application Penetration testing is a method where we can identify and exploit vulnerabilities of the Web Applications. Its action is to classify possible flaws in the Web Application to assure the application is protected.

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Why Web VAPT is Required?

As new technologies emerge and change the IT scenarios, newer audit security challenges are given to be faced by corporates. Thus the business that does transactions over the internet is at high risk, though other companies are also at risk when being exposed to external networks. Thus many unforeseen traps with multiple vulnerabilities and numerous threats do manifest themselves in the least expected time and at the least expected place. Thus in order to take up such challenges and address them, a robust system with appropriate security policies, adequate controls, periodic review, and monitoring are to be in place to protect the organization’s information assets. Hence it is highly recommended to carry out an in-depth Network Assessment comprising of Web Application VAPT audits in a periodic manner to ensure software compliance to controls established and the policies set in the organization and further to evaluate whether they are adequate to address all the threats