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Application Penetration Testing

The Goal

Discover and remediate custom application weaknesses that may provide a method for attackers to compromise data, access sensitive resources, or escalate into the environment.

Our Method

Simulate an attacker attempting to gain unauthorized access to data, services, or systems through the provided or exposed application and documenting application weaknesses in custom code by evaluating exposed user data inputs, application logic, communication methods, memory management, and data storage.

The Result

Urbane provides assessment reporting that includes:

  • Detailed Findings and Observations
  • Tailored Remediation Strategies
  • Remediation Validation Testing

Testing Scopes

Urbane recommends the focus of testing to simulate actual risks of concern to the organization. As such, Urbane focuses their application penetration testing on the following methods of testing.

Web Applications

Going beyond the OWASP Top 10, Urbane assesses web applications for the latest in vulnerabilities. Monitoring the latest in bug bounty reports for other applications to stay in sync with cutting edge techniques, Urbane assesses applications in both developmental and production states. Whether exposed externally or internally, Urbane's application penetration testing specialists have a diverse background in assessing and coding in Java, C#.Net, ASP.Net, Ruby, Python, PHP, Perl, Hack, Node.JS, and client side JavaScript.

Mobile Applications

Assessing both the local application and the backend APIs, Urbane evaluates both publicly released and privately distributed Apple IOS, Google Android, and Windows Mobile applications for common software weaknesses affecting applications for mobile phones, tablets, smart watches, and embedded devices.

Desktop and Server Applications

Whether leveraging a 3rd party framework or fully custom developed, Urbane's associates regularly assess applications developed for desktop use or custom server services coded in C, C++, .Net, Java, and JavaScript. Leveraging provided source code for a deeper review, these hybrid penetration tests provide proof of concept exploitation beyond the basic identification of a vulnerability.

The Urbane Difference

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Urbane demonstrates our founding principles in every engagement through attention to the details, modern techniques, and strong union with our clients.

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