Web Security Testing

Secure your Web Applications from mordern threats.

Payatu follows a strict methodology when conducting an Application Security Assessment. This method ensures that a structured process is followed and provides the client with the baseline against which the quality of the assessment can be measured. Our methodology takes into consideration the industry-wide projects looking at the most commonly vulnerable areas of the application deployments, considering the OWASP top 10 and Web Application Security Consortium.

  • Extensive audit techniques sweep every corner of your system to discover potential attack surfaces
  • Dual security audit execution approach, i.e. automated and manual security is followed
  • With the invincible combination of industry standards checks and industry best researchers, no leaf is left unturned to find business-critical flaws in your web application.

Web Application Security Test Cases

Our Methodology

Our methodology takes into consideration the industry-wide projects looking at the most commonly vulnerable areas of the application deployments, considering the OWASP top 10 and Web Application Security Consortium.

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Session, Online
08-October-2020

Asmita Jha will be taking a session on “IoT Security Assessment”.

Webinar, Online
11-July-2020

Munawwar will give security professionals a comprehensive understanding of the ARM Architecture, reversing ARM binaries, exploiting vulnerabilities and the nuances of ARM shellcoding.

Webinar, Online
21-May-2020

Arun Magesh will be delivering a webinar on Introduction to IoT Reversing Firmware and discussing how to get started with IoT pentesting with hands-on.