Vuntie - cloud penetration test




At Vuntie, we understand that every client has unique needs and requirements. That's why we offer a range of testing options, including black box, grey box, and white box tests. We also consider other factors such as complexity and tailoring possibilities. Our approach is not just about identifying vulnerabilities; it's about providing a comprehensive understanding of your web application's security posture.

Our approach includes the following steps:

Reconnaissance: We conduct extensive web app security discovery activities. This includes gathering intelligence about your web application, its version information, and identifying sensitive files & data.

Scanning & Enumeration: We discover endpoints to attack and map these endpoints to their associated vulnerabilities.

Exploitation: During this phase, we perform the attacks, trying to find exploits in your web apps. This tests your web app product's resiliency to attack, the coverage of your security monitoring, and the efficacy of your detection capabilities.

Remediation Verification: Our web app penetration testers perform a follow-up assessment to ensure that the remediation and mitigation steps from the exploitation phase have been accurately implemented. This also allows us to confirm that your security posture aligns with industry best practices.

Delivery: We clean up, document our analysis, create a report, and present it to stakeholders. This allows you to easily benchmark the security level of each process based on the results of our penetration tests. We can also assist with the implementation of countermeasures if requested.

web app penetration test


At Vuntie, our methodology is more than just a series of steps—it's a philosophy that guides everything we do. We believe in a comprehensive, agile, and strategic approach to web application penetration testing that not only identifies and addresses vulnerabilities but also empowers your organization to maintain a robust defense against potential cyber threats.

Blending Best Practices: We combine the best practices from well-known methodologies such as OWASP, PTES, ISSAF, and NIST with the agility of Scrum and DevOps. This unique blend allows us to adapt quickly to new threats and changes in your IT environment.

Continuous Pentesting: Our primary approach involves performing integral and incremental pentests at every stage of the development process. This allows us to detect and fix vulnerabilities promptly, ensuring that your web applications are always protected.

Tailored Solutions: We understand that every web application is unique. That's why we tailor our methodology to meet the specific needs and challenges of your application. Whether you're a small business or a large corporation, we can create a testing strategy that's just right for you.

Advanced Tools: We use only the most reliable and practical tools for web application penetration testing, including Burp Suite, OWASP ZAP, SQLmap, Nikto, Wapiti, WebScarab, Arachni, and w3af. Our commitment to using the best tools guarantees accurate and comprehensive results for our clients.

Commitment to Innovation: At Vuntie, we are committed to providing innovative cybersecurity products and technologies. Our highly skilled team provides unparalleled cybersecurity and hardware engineering services, utilizing the same tactics as cyber criminals to ensure the best defense for our global clients.

Methodology web application penetration test
web application penetration testing


At the heart of our services is a thorough web app penetration testing protocol. We've designed it to identify and confront the most critical vulnerabilities in all kind of mobile apps. We do this because we understand how devastating these threats can be to your infrastructure.
  • Injection Flaws
Broken Authentication
Data Exposure
XML External Entities
Broken Access Control
Cross-Site Scripting
Infecteed Components
Insufficient Monitoring
Request Forgery
Unvalidated Redirects
Insecure References
Cross-Site Forgery
Asset Mismanagement
Insufficient Protection
"Unprotected APIs"
Rate Limiting Issues