Pentesting Made Easy

Prevent any attack using pentest or a simulated cyber attack to identify any weak spots in your system perform by certified offensive security professional

What is Pentest?

A penetration test, also known as a pen-test, is a simulated cyber attack against your computer system to check for exploitable vulnerabilities. Penetration testers use the same tools, techniques, and processes as attackers to find and demonstrate the business impacts of weaknesses in a system.

Why Pentest is Important?

Penetration testing is a critical aspect of network and computer security. It is the practice of testing a computer system, network, or web application to identify vulnerabilities that an attacker could exploit. By conducting regular penetration tests, organizations can identify and address security weaknesses before they can be exploited by attackers.

Penetration Testing Methodology

Modern digital environments require scalable, dynamic testing, not just
point-in-time reports, to proactively find vulnerabilities before the adversary can.

Define a Scope
Gaining Access
Stage 1 Testing
Report and Remediation
Stage 2 Testing
Final Pentest Report

Penetration Methodology Explained

Define a Scope

Defining the scope and goals of a test, including the systems to be addressed and the testing methods to be used. Gathering intelligence (e.g., network and domain names, mail server) to better understand how a target works and its potential vulnerabilities.

Gaining Access

This stage testers request for access and testing schedule needed to uncover a target’s vulnerabilities.

Stage 1 Testing

Testers try and exploit these vulnerabilities, typically by escalating privileges, stealing data, intercepting traffic, etc., to understand the damage they can cause.

Report and Remediation

After stage 1 testing you will get simple report so you can perform remediation before testers perform stage 2 testing, The goal of this stage is to achieve persistent security result by remediate the exploited systems.

Stage 2 Testing

Testers then try to re-exploit vulnerabilities and finding other new vulnerabilities in the system, typically by escalating privileges, stealing data, intercepting traffic, etc., to understand the other damage they can cause.

Final Pentest Report

The results of the penetration test are then compiled into a report detailing: a. Specific vulnerabilities that were exploited b. Sensitive data that was accessed. c. The amount of time the pen tester was able to remain in the system undetected. This information is analyzed by security personnel to help configure settings and other application security solutions to patch vulnerabilities and protect against future attacks. You can submit this report to regulators

Secure, Discover, and Audit IT and Cloud Environments

Uncover vulnerable software, weak credentials, and infrastructure misconfigurations across web, mobile, network, API, and desktop assets..


  • Root out vulnerabilities in web and mobile applications to keep your data safe.
  • Find weaknesses in infrastructure that hosts public applications and filters malicious traffic.
  • Test against OWASP top 10 categories and adhere to industry standards.

Get an expert-written summary for auditors and executives

You’ll be able to fix bugs quickly thanks to real-time vulnerability alerts. And at the end of the pentest period you’ll receive a final report that includes key recommendations, the assessed scope, tester profiles, vulnerability details, remediation results, and more..


  • Achieve pentest standard report for your compliant requirements.
  • You will get a detailed summary report or a high-level attestation— each customized for your needs and audience.


Penetration Testing frequently asked questions  :

a simulated cyber attack against your system to check for exploitable vulnerabilities.

Penetration testing is typically performed by testers known as offensive security professional. These offensive security professional are IT experts who use hacking methods to help companies identify possible entry points into their infrastructure nor application.  Pentesters require certain certifications such as OSCP (Offensive Security Certified Professional) so that the pentest results are recognized by regulators.

A penetration test can take between one and three weeks to perform or depends on scope range.

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