Purpose: The purpose of the security test is to discover the vulnerabilities of the web application so that the developers can then remove these vulnerabilities from the application and make the web application and data safe from unauthorized actions.

Security Testing Techniques

  • Password cracking
  • SQL Injection
  • Cross Site Scripting (XSS)
  • Data Manipulation
  • Privilege Elevation
  • Unauthorized Data Access
  • Denial of Services
  • Identity Spoofing

iFlair Security testing approach

  • Security Architecture Study
  • Classify Security Testing
  • Test Planning
  • Security Testing Tool identification
  • Test Case Execution
  • Security Architecture Analysis
  • Threat Modeling
  • Traceability Matrix Preparation
  • Test Case Preparation
  • Reports

Why Security Testing

System testing, in the current scenario, is a must to identify and address web application security vulnerabilities to avoid any of the following:
  • Loss of customer trust
  • Disturbance to your online means of revenue generation/collection
  • Website downtime, time loss and expenditures in recovering from damage (reinstalling services, restoring backups, etc.)
  • Cost associated with securing web applications against future attacks
  • Related legal implications and fees for having lax security measures in place

iFlair Advantages:

  • Simplifies security auditing & testing
  • Access to highly qualified IT security personnel
  • Reduces the exposure of sensitive data
  • Improves redundancy & disaster recovery
  • Prevent or curtail viruses and malware infection
  • Secure sensitive or confidential information in motion
  • Achieve compliance with leading self-regulatory frameworks