Application Penetration Testing

Penetration Testing actively attempts to exploit vulnerabilities and exposures in the customer environment. We simulate the tactics, techniques, and procedures of real-world attackers targeting your high-risk cyber assets.

Why Do You Need Pen Testing?

To Identify and mitigate complex security vulnerabilities before an attacker exploits them and misconfigurations that could lead to strategic compromise.

Our Approach

Our approach is based on the latest version of the leading web security industry standard “OWASP Testing Guide” complimented by TSS proprietary security testing process.

GDPR and Pen Testing

  • In Article 32, GDPR requires that “controller and the processor shall implement appropriate technical and organizational measures to ensure a level of security appropriate to the risk”.
  • The GDPR recommends that you assess applications and critical infrastructure for security vulnerabilities and that the effectiveness of your security controls are tested regularly, services such as penetration testing and regular vulnerability assessments would help meet this recommendation.

Service Process

Information Gathering

Planning Analysis

vulnerability Detection

Penetration Testing



A sample of Pen Testing findings

  • Application Vulnerability Cross Site Scripting attack (XSS)
  • Click jacking attack
  • Brute-force attack
  • SQL injection
  • Code Execution via File Upload
  • Command Injection
  • Server-Side Request Forgery
  • Password Transmitted over HTTP
  • Source Code Disclosure
  • Server Information Disclosure

Examples of used Tools

  • Burp Suite
  • Acunetix
  • Netsparker
  • Zed Attack Proxy
  • Charles proxy
  • Nikto
  • Uniscan

Service Packages


  • Analyze the application
  • Executive Summary Report


  • Advanced Plan +
  • Secure Code Review
  • Reporting Code security issues/bugs and violations
  • Recommended security code fixes and controls

GetExceptional Results

  • High-level executive summary report.
  • Technical level, reproducible report for application’s vulnerabilities.
  • Fact-based risk analysis to validate results.
  • Tactical recommendations for immediate improvement.
  • Strategic recommendations for longer-term improvement.

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