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Web application security assessment

We are a leading application security company with a full range of services around application security assessments and implementing an application security strategy for your organization.

Web application security assessment combines information security best practices and technologies specifically designed to test websites, web-based services, and web applications. Web application security assessment can be performed manually or automatically, and should continue throughout the software development lifecycle (SDLC). It will typically include safety protocols, security checks, and regular assessments, as well as safe coding practices, secure firewalls, vulnerability testing, and the installation of protocols that will ensure safe operation.

Application Security Assessments are designed to identify and assess threats to the organization through proprietary applications or those delivered by vendors with little or no customization. Our application security assessment methodology is designed around the following well known security assessment guides such as:

  • OWASP Top 10 (Open Web Application Security Project)
  • Threat Modeling processes such as STRIDE and DREAD
  • OWASP’s Software Assurance Maturity Model (OpenSAMM)
  • Open Security Testing Methodology Manual (OSTMM)
  • Web Application Security Consortium (WASC) guidelines 


As your applications may provide interactive access to potentially sensitive materials, it is vital to ensure that these applications don't expose the underlying servers and software to malicious attack(s) or allow any unauthorized user to access, modify or destroy data or stop critical system services.

ajnaa’s Approach to Application Security Assessments
we uses a number of application security testing techniques. This might include black-box testing, grey-box testing, fault injection, and behaviour monitoring. This is done along with business logic testing which might exploit or abuse an application's functionality to carry out unwanted actions such as privilege escalation attacks, authorization bypass, parameter manipulation, etc.