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Penetration Testing

(Web Application, External, Internal)

Want to determine how vulnerable critical assets are to cyber attacks?

No organization wants their name in the next headline which is why organizations are continuously assessing enterprise exposure to threats and vulnerabilities.

Attractsoft’s penetration testing services help organizations determine if a cyber attacker can gain access to their critical assets while giving them detailed insights of the overall business impact of a cyber attack.


Identify Weak Links

Uncover hidden security risks and prioritizing the highest risk vulnerabilities.

Gain Expert Insights

Understand the impact of a cyber attack and attain comprehensive recommendations

Boost Security Posture

Mitigate vulnerabilities before a cyber attacker exploits them


Combination of Techniques

Our Penetration testing experts use both manual and automated testing techniques for a complete and accurate picture of the vulnerabilities in an organization’s assets.

Customized Approach

Tailored assessment and testing techniques that fulfill the specific goals, scope, requirements and boundaries set by the organization.

Real World Experience

Our team gathers real-world attacker techniques and updates the tools and methodologies so that they reflect the most current threat environment.

Purple Team Assessment

Want to enhance your existing defense and response capabilities and evaluate how effectively they work together?

In the realm of cyber security, there is a growing demand to enhance the security landscape of an organization with a more collaborative approach and one of the most effective ways is to perform a combination of both red team and blue team assessments that renders invaluable insight through real world attack and response scenarios.

Our Purple Team Assessment evaluates existing capabilities of an organization’s security defenses under simulated attack scenarios to enhance the detective and response measures as well as recommend any necessary adaptations to mitigate attacks in future.


Simulated scenarios that reflect real-world attacks

Scenario-driven simulated attacks performed by our experts provide a realistic view of current security controls and response procedures.

Enhanced response techniques

Our team helps you develop a stronger defense mechanism and improve the efficacy of incident response techniques.

Identify gaps in current security controls

Derive maximum value from Breach Attack Simulation by identifying gaps in blue team’s capabilities and security controls


Email Defenses

An email is crafted that contains different attack payloads and sent to your email service. This will test the email filters, endpoint protection (EDR/EPP) and other solutions effectiveness.

Social Engineering Tactics

Launch simulated phishing campaigns to emulate social engineering attacks. Gather statistics to understand overall security awareness metrics for your users.

Effectiveness of Endpoint Security Solutions

Confirm effectiveness of endpoint security solution by running tests to map to MITRE ATT&CK which is a globally-accessible knowledge base of adversary tactics and techniques based on real-world observations

Test Potential Network Attack Vectors

Test how attackers can traverse laterally across devices through exploits, privilege escalation, and pass the hash validation requirement. Additionally, test exfiltration of data outside the network.

Testing your Network and Web Application Firewall(s)

The platform can attack a specific URL (such as your company’s web portal or application) to find ways to circumvent the firewall that protects it. It tests whether the firewall can deter incoming malicious traffic. The test connects to a dummy website and tries to upload malicious forms and scripts using http/https. This test can check what pages make it past internet security filters and if endpoint protection can prevent malicious files from being successfully downloaded by the browser. To take these attacks to the next level, BAS can also attempt to mine sensitive information and carry out cross-site scripting (XSS) and injection attacks to breach the firewall.

Application Security testing

(SAST, DAST, IAST, Threat Modelling)

Want to determine how vulnerable your proprietary applications are to cyber attacks?

Testing is an essential part of the Software Development Life Cycle (SDLC). While hackers are increasingly sophisticated in how they exploit weaknesses in applications’ security, security testing becomes more and more critical as an integral part during the application development and before any release. Security and risk management leaders will need to meet tight deadlines and test more complex applications by accelerating efforts to seemingly integrate and automate Application Security Testing (AST) in the software life cycle.
Attractsoft’s AST services help organizations find critical defects and security weaknesses in their proprietary applications. It provides full path coverage, ensuring that every line of code and every potential execution path is tested. The services also provide highly accurate analysis, so developers don’t waste time on a large volume of false positives.



The early covering of vulnerabilities brings considerable financial savings and benefits to any organization. The issues are usually fixed with patching software, which is much more costly than addressing the real problem during the SDLC.


Many times a test team does not have enough time to check the software application, so they have to squeeze the testing time, which affects their work badly. If you start testing early, you will give them the chance to examine software applications well enough.


The safety and security of sensitive information is a primary concern for many individuals. Data breach, or any other form of loss of personal and confidential information, is a serious matter that could land a company in a lot of trouble. It could even require an organization to pay a huge sum of money as a settlement. AST approach helps mitigate those threats to an acceptable level.


Static AST (SAST) approach analyzes an application’s source, bytecode or binary code for security vulnerabilities, typically at the programming and/or testing software development life cycle (SDLC) phases.

Dynamic AST (DAST) approach analyzes applications in their dynamic, running state during testing or operational phases. It simulates attacks against an application (typically web-enabled applications and services and APIs), analyzes the application’s reactions and, thus, determines whether it is vulnerable.

Interactive AST (IAST) approach combines elements of DAST simultaneously with instrumentation of the application under test. It is typically implemented as an agent within the test runtime environment (for example, instrumenting the Java Virtual Machine [JVM] or .NET CLR) that observes operation or attacks and identifies vulnerabilities.

Software composition analysis (SCA) approach used to identify open-source and third-party components in use in an application, their known security vulnerabilities, and typically adversarial license restrictions.

Threat modeling is a structured approach which helps to identify and prioritize potential threats to a system, as well as to determine the value that potential mitigations would have in reducing or neutralizing those threats. Attractsoft Cyber’s approach aims to provide guidance on how to create threat models for both existing systems and applications, as well as any new systems which are still in their development phase.