ThreatScan can be used to perform a vulnerability scan. Our vulnerability engine can scan over 1500+ vulnerabilities. Our penetration tester manually verifies all the vulnerabilities identified during the scan.
After the scan is performed, business logic testing is performed on the application. Over 150 different checks are performed on the application to validate the different types of vulnerabilities.
During the penetration testing, all the vulnerabilities identified are captured in ThreatScan. After confirming that the identified vulnerabilities are fixed, our pentesters manually verify the vulnerabilities and update the status.
A comprehensive report for penetration testing performed either for the whole application or an individual vulnerability can be downloaded easily on the platform.
A checklist of all the tests that the penetration tester manually tested against is provided as part of the deliverables.
A certificate can be downloaded to testify and validate the penetration testing status and validity.
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There are admins who can perform special operations,Users who can submit a test, read-only roles are designed with CISOs in mind to view the reports and check status of the penetration tests.
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