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Penetration testing

A penetration test or pentest is the most important step in a security audit of an organization’s information systems. It allows business owners to ensure that the company can withstand external attacks and that key business processes will not be disrupted by attackers. Conducting a penetration test significantly reduces the risk of damage due to the actions of cybercriminals. The term pentest comes from the English phrase penetration testing. The procedure is now a widespread practice around the world.

During a penetration testing process, CyberSEALs experts check all nodes of an information system, which are an essential foundation for a stable operation of organization processes — a website, a mail server, client, and mobile applications.

Types of penetration tests:


A type of pentest when only publicly available data about research targets, networks, and their parameters are accessible to the pentester.


A specialist is provided with all data needed for rapidly conducting a penetration test


A tester has only limited information to identify the strengths and weaknesses of a target’s security network, and periodically requests information to reduce the investigation time and to make the testing process more efficient.

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Testing of applications adheres to requirements from:

  • OWASP Testing Guide;
  • PCI DSS;
  • NIST SP 800-115;
  • ISACA Penetration testing procedure (P8).


Competences of specialists

The company’s employees have been awarded the following certificates:

  • CEH;
  • CIS;
  • CISSP.


Types of submitted reports:

  • A test execution plan;
  • An intermediate report on the progress of work;
  • A final report on the results.


The final report consists of two parts, containing:

  • Information about the assessment of the security level of the customer’s system, with the required information about the practical demonstration of successful exploitation of vulnerabilities;
  • Recommendations for eliminating or minimizing the identified vulnerabilities;
  • Classification of all identified risks.


Information system security is one of the critical aspects that the owner of the organization must focus on. A penetration test is conducted to identify the security level of the customer’s system.

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Effective attack vectors
Effective attack vectors

The most appropriate attack vectors are selected for the testing according to the client's requests.

Over 8 years of work experience
Over 8 years of work experience

Extensive experience allows us to provide services quickly and efficiently.

Support service
Support service

If the client suddenly has additional problems, our support service is ready to assist to solve them as soon as possible.

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