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Network Pentesting

What Is Infrastructure Penetration Testing ?

Network nodes and applications are inspected for vulnerabilities during an infrastructure inspection before being exploited. Is7-Intel scans and evaluates each component of the infrastructure, looking for weaknesses, using the same methods and techniques as hackers and cybercriminals.

Hackers gain access to sensitive data, such as personal information or financial systems, by exploiting flaws in your network design. Once inside your network, hackers have the ability to steal data, demand money, or cause severe havoc. The development of the tested systems and security measures will be in accordance with best practices thanks to a vulnerability assessment or infrastructure penetration test. The target system does not currently have any standardized or well-known flaws. If bugs are discovered, they can be fixed before an attack or security breach occurs.

Top 10 Web Application Security Risks

A01:2021-Broken Access Control
A02:2021-Cryptographic Failures
A04:2021-Insecure Design
A05:2021-Security Misconfiguration
A06:2021-Vulnerable and Outdated Components
A07:2021-Identification and Authentication Failures
A08:2021-Software and Data Integrity Failures
A09:2021-Security Logging and Monitoring Failures
A10:2021-Server-Side Request Forger

What will we delivery after the engagement?

• Brief about our tests, achievements and findings
• List of vulnerabilities, their classification and threat level
• Changes we induced in the system for mending it our way
• Devices and systems we used and protocols we followed
• In-depth recommendations.

Advanced Penetration Testing

Web Pentesting

What Is Web Applications Penetration Testing?

As many organizations' sensitive data has been compromised due to a lack of security awareness and poor development implementation for web applications, letting Is7-Intel secure your business's web application will reduce your business's chances of being hacked by hackers or being affected by security vulnerabilities that could expose your data. Our expert researchers will identify the world's most serious web application security flaws through a thorough examination.

External Infrastructure Penetration Testing

​An external network penetration test identifies vulnerabilities that could be exploited by unauthorised individuals to gain access to your environment, damage your systems and exploit your business-critical data.

Our penetration testing team will make an effort to find and take advantage of any security holes that might be present within the perimeter of your network using a combination of automated scanning and manual hacking techniques. The testing is carried out from the perspective of an unauthenticated external actor with limited familiarity with the network infrastructure and systems of your organization with the goal of simulating real-world risks.

Internal Infrastructure Penetration Testing

Is7-Intel uses intrusion tests to identify what an attacker could compromise from inside your organization's network in light of rising internal security concerns.

Cloud and Virtualization Penetration Testing

Automated tools are used to examine each coding sequence and its related output, then compared to the necessary result. Manual analysis entails inspecting the application code line by line for logical flaws, insecure cryptography use, insecure system settings, and other known platform concerns.


Our analysis includes an executive summary that highlights business risks and detailed concerns with proposed corrective measures.

Review of Findings

The reports evaluate the entity's technical team and best practice techniques to address its offers, or we will provide a "fast and dirty" solution for the interim time.

Our Security Testing Approach


Static Testing

Config files analysis: URL disclosure, server credentials, cryptographic keys, hardcoded passwords, etc.

Dynamic Testing

Input Validation: Injection flaws, malicious input acceptance, buffer overflow, unrestricted file upload, business logic validation, improper error handling and disclosure, improper session management, log tampering, etc.

Server-side Testing

​Web servers: Directory traversal, injection flaws, sensitive file exposure, web server misconfiguration exploitation, etc. API/Web services: Authorization exploitation, IDOR, Injection flaws, API business logic bypass, API misconfigurations exploitation, etc.

OWASP Mobile Top 10

• Insecure authentication
• Insecure authorization
• Code quality
• Improper platform usage
• Reverse engineering
• Insecure data storage
• Insecure communicatione
• Code tampering
• Insufficient cryptography
• Extraneous functionality

What will we deliver after the engagement?

• Brief about our tests, achievements and findings
• List of vulnerabilities, their classification and threat level
• Changes we induced in the system for mending it our way
• Devices and systems we used and protocols we followed
• In-depth recommendations.

Web3 Penetration Testing

What is Web3 Penetration Testing?

The practice of offensively evaluating the security of Web3 applications and blockchain-based systems is called web3 penetration testing. Web3 penetration testing aims to find vulnerabilitiesand weak points in both Web 2.0 and Web3 that could be used by bad actors.

What our web3 Penetration Covers

✔ Mobile Apps, APIs, Mobile & Desktop Websites, Browser Extensions.

✔ Non-destructive testing with rate limiting on live sites


✔ OWASP DAST (Dynamic Application Security) and MAS (Mobile Application Security Testing)

✔ APIAST (API Security Testing) using postman API specifications

✔ Custom Web3 attack vectors not covered by standard Web 2.0 vendors

✔ White-box, grey-box and black-box testing

✔ Actionable vulnerability reports: >99% accurate, less than 1% false positive rate. More signal, less noise.

Mobile Applications Penetration Testing

What is Mobile Application Penetration Testing? 

A method for assessing the security of mobile applications is the mobile app pentest. Mobile app penetration testing identifies weaknesses in a mobile application's cyber security posture. Since practically every mobile app interacts with a backend system, our mobile app pentesters have experience with infrastructure and web pentests, which is crucial for testing mobile apps.
Because it enables us to assess the variety of native apps, hybrid apps, online apps, and advanced web applications, this knowledge is crucial.

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