Security Pen Testing Tools for a human-driven assessment of an organization’s security. One or more pen-testers will be engaged by an organization to identify and exploit vulnerabilities within the organization’s network environment. Often, these engagements will have a set of objectives used to determine the difference between a successful test and an unsuccessful one.

Security Pen Testing Tools can be used for a variety of different reasons. Some of the most common goals of a penetration test include:

  • Regulatory compliance: Many data protection regulations require an organization to properly protect certain types of sensitive data against compromise. These regulations may explicitly or implicitly require an organization to perform periodic penetration tests to ensure compliance.


  • Security assessment: Beyond the desire for regulatory compliance, organizations also pursue stronger cybersecurity to help protect their operations and their customers. A penetration test helps to identify weaknesses and vulnerabilities within an organization’s cyber defenses.


  • Defense development: As organizations’ environments evolve and cyber threats change, existing defenses may be inadequate for protecting against modern threats. Penetration testing provides valuable data about what an organization is capable of detecting and protecting against and enables defenses to be added or modified to increase their effectiveness.



Security Pen Testing Tools

  • Port scanners: Port scanners identify open ports on a system, which can help to identify the operating system and the applications currently running on it with network access. These tools are used for reconnaissance and to provide data regarding potential attack vectors.


  • Vulnerability scanners: Vulnerability scanners go a step further than port scanners and attempt to identify applications with known vulnerabilities running on a system and for any configuration errors. The reports provided by vulnerability scanners can help a penetration tester select a vulnerability to exploit for initial access (if one is available).


  • Network sniffer: Network sniffers collect the traffic that is flowing over a network and dissect it for analysis. This enables a penetration tester to more passively identify active applications on a network and search for exposed credentials or other sensitive data flowing over the network.


  • Web proxy: A web proxy allows a penetration tester to intercept and modify traffic between their browser and an organization’s web server. This enables the tester to search for hidden form fields and other HTML features and to identify and exploit vulnerabilities within the application (such as cross-site scripting or cross-site request forgery).


  • Password cracker: Password hashes are a common target for attackers and a means for expanding or elevating an attacker’s access on a target system or network. A password cracker enables a penetration tester to determine if an organization’s employees are using weak passwords that place them at risk of exploitation.

Web Penetration Testing

Our flagship cybersecurity service, we fully analyze and determine the extent to which your assets can defend against threats by testing your exposure to exploits and vulnerabilities on your infrastructure.

We discover and safely exploit vulnerabilities before hackers do

Web Penetration testing is a simulated attack orchestrated by certified security engineers to attempt to compromise your network and digital assets.

We do quality pen-tests much faster and cost-effective than the traditional approach. Our consultants achieve this by combining their advanced technical skills with powerful tools. You get an accurate security posture of your web applications or network as well as actionable recommendations.

  • Highly trained and certified penetration testing team
  • Guaranteed findings or test is free
  • Proven penetration testing methodology (NIST, OSSTMM, OWASP, PTES)
  • Clear & concise reports with prioritized, actionable items
  • POC creation with no business interruption

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