Security & Privacy Tests
Software security is about making software behave in the presence of a malicious attack, even though in the real world, software failures usually happen spontaneously-that is, without intentional mischief.
A vulnerability is an error that an attacker can exploit. Attackers generally don’t care whether a vulnerability is due to a flaw or a bug, although bugs tend to be easier to exploit. Because attacks are now becoming more sophisticated, the notion of which vulnerabilities actually matter is changing. Although timing attacks, including the well-known race condition, were considered exotic just a few years ago, they’re common now.
Not surprisingly, standard software testing literature is only concerned with what happens when software fails, regardless of intent. Design-level vulnerabilities are the hardest defect category to handle, but they’re also the most prevalent and critical.
We do check your website for server & application
Vulnerabilities, hidden malware, and SSL security configuration errors.
Detect vulnerabilities and review ways to fix them.
Find malware uploaded by malicious users.
Verify that SSL is properly configured and working.