INFRASTRUCTURE SECURITY ASSESSMENT
Network Penetration Testing
softScheck performs internal and external network penetration testing.In penetrating the network externally softScheck consultants assume the role of an attacker with testing taking place over the internet. The nature of the test is non-destructive however it shall be able to identify security vulnerabilities affecting external infrastructure which may be compromised to allow unauthorised access to the systems or data. Read More..
The growth in wireless technologies, has fuelled an increase in attacks on the corporate infrastructure; malicious intruders continually probe the network for weak security controls, misconfigurations and vulnerabilities.
Remote Access Penetration Test
Virtual private networks make life easier for employees who can access a company’s network from virtually anywhere, but it also makes it easier for a hacker to steal your sensitive information. Read More..
Host Hardening Review
softScheck host hardening reviews methodology is based upon industry standard such as SANS Network security audit methodology and the Centre for Internet Security benchmarks.
We evaluate the security of your company’s critical servers, the backbone of your technology infrastructure to ensure that they are configured in line with your security policy. Read More..
APPLICATION SECURITY ASSESSMENT
Web Application PenTest
Web applications are the most fragile entry points to breach into organization’s network infrastructure. As it offers public access it faces the highest risks of being breached and lead to malicious attackers into the system.
Mobile Application Pentest
The mobile application runs under Android, iOS and Windows Mobile devices are at the forefront of mobile technology. It is inevitable with the growing popularity of mobile applications being used as the preferred interface between a user and network resources that security breaches achieved through such a channel become more widespread. Breaches of this nature can damage the reputation and public levels of trust in mobile apps published by organizations and any associated third-party developers. Read More..
Thick Client Pentest
A thick client, also known as Fat Client is a client in client–server architecture or network and typically provides rich functionality, independent of the server. In these types of applications, the major processing is done at the client side and involves only aperiodic connection to the server.
Product Penetration Testing
Due diligence to ensure that your hardware products are adequately protected against unauthorised access prior its commercial release demonstrate a good business practice. Our fuzzing lab that utilizes over 300 fuzzing tools and generating millions of combination input data will help you to ensure the readiness of your productagainst cyber-attacks.softScheck will be able to certify your product that has been securely tested using its method by issuing ‘Security Tested by softScheck certificate’. Read More..
The Internet of Things (IoT) encompasses any and all products that are connected to the internet or to each other. As more devices are connected to the internet, many manufacturers have no prior experience with networked devices and are bound to overlook software security design.
Source Code Review
Code reviews should be a regular part of your development process. Security code reviews focus on identifying insecure coding techniques and vulnerabilities that could lead to security issues. The review goal is to identify as many potential security vulnerabilities as possible before the code is deployed. Read More
Threat modelling is an approach for analysing the security of an application.softScheck threat modelling will systematically identify and rate the threats that are most likely to affect your system. With threat modelling softScheck is able to help you ensure that applications are being developed with security built-in from the very beginning. Read More..
The security researchers and hackers are increasingly using fuzzing as one of the main techniques for finding vulnerabilities. Hackers typically practice black-box fuzzing—generating various permutations of the data, without actually correlating it with the code that parses the data. Read More..