Web Application Scanning for Vulnerabilities 

Manual and Automated Scans for all security breaches

MasonBlue Security utilizes gamut of skills, experience and tools (Commercial & Opensource) to run both manual and automated web security scans to identify web application vulnerabilities. We have not designed this system as a "one size fits all" solution. We customize based on your need and budget. Our Web Application security testing services uncovers design and logic flaws within the Web Applications that could result in the compromise or unauthorized access of your networks, systems, Web Applications or information.

Web Application Scanning - Are you confident enough to share and open your systems to your Customers and Partners ? 

In today's advancement of digital solutions, and equally increased security threats, web application scanning for these threats and testing are very critical as well. Companies have to set aside a part of their budget  whether they intend to or not, if they need security built in to these web applications and open and share their web apps confidently to their customers, partners and employees. A good application leads to better quality and performance.  

Our Web Application Security Testing Approach

Using automated scanners, custom scripts followed by in-depth manual security testing against the Web Application, Masonblue's Web Application security testing services uncovers design and logic flaws within the Web Applications that could result in the compromise or unauthorized access of your networks, systems, Web Applications or information. We perform Web Application security testing to identify and investigate the extent and criticality of vulnerabilities found in Web Applications, including front-end and back-end systems.

Vulnerabilities we look for normally are  SQL injection, Cross site scripting (XSS), Password Cracking and URL manipulation and many more. 

 

Though we use automated tools, majority of the testing are also done manually to discover any complex technical and logical vulnerabilities.