A standardized procedure ensures constant quality during our assessments.
For our tests, we use a standardized procedure, which is extended with custom checklists and testing steps. As a foundation for our security assessments we use recognized standards of well-known organisations, such as OWASP.
Nevertheless, every penetration test is individual and the test target needs to be assessed based on the used infrastructural components, as well as the unique software in use. The combination of a standardized procedure along with individual testing steps ensures a high success rate in the indentification of vulnerabilities.
Frequent questions regarding penetration tests (FAQ)
Should your project requirements include special standards or qualifications, which are not listed on our homepage, we likely do not offer them.Feel free to contact us and we will discuss, whether your requirements can be fulfilled if possible..
All our penetration testers are OSCP-certified and have passed a 24 hour practical hacking exam with real scenarios. Should your qualitative requirements be below OSCP level, we recommend increasing them to the OSCP standard level. Inferior certifications often use theoretical skill tests (e.g., via Multiple-Choice) . For the technical assessment of penetration tests we task employees with practical hacking skills, who have a theoretical foundation.