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Managed Penetration Testing as a Service Platform

What is Threat Scan?

Threat scan is vulnerability management and penetration testing platform. ThreatScan is designed to remove manual intervention of pentesters and program managers to coordinate a pentest.   With ThreatScan, your application gets scanned using our VA engine, and our pentesters perform manual and business logic testing with guaranteed zero false positives.   ThreatScan collects all the necessary web application information, views vulnerabilities, and downloads reports. You also get insights on the threat score of the application at the application level and multiple pentest request level.   Our AI-based chatbot – Diana, is here to help you 24/7, and there’s always our customer support whom you can reach via email/phone within threat scan. ThreatScan is available for use in USA, India, Singapore and worldwide.
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What are the capabilities on Threat Scan?

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.

Seamless Integrations with your project Management Tools

Integrates Seamlessly with your JIRA cloud, Slack, and Email. 

What are all the deliverables

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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Multiple Roles

Multiple roles are designed keeping in mind the different users of ThreatScan.


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.

Interested In ThreatScan?


Our artificial intelligence chatbot Diana can help you with all the queries regarding the threat scan or general FAQs that you might have related to the threat scan. If Diana cannot answer your question, you can feel free to get in touch with us using the support or feel free to get in touch with us on the phone. All of the below features mentioned below are all available on ThreatScan in USA, India, Singapore and worldwide.
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Features of ThreatScan

ThreatScan provides exhaustive list of features to support your penetration tests

AI Based Chatbot Support

AI based chatbot - Diana. Happy to help you in every step of the pentest.

Threat Score

Get the threat score of your asset or organisation.

Vulnerability Management

Industry leading vulnerability engine to scan your assets.


Using our dashboard you can have single pane to view all the metrics.

On Demand Report

Reports can be downloaded on demand for your assets.

Revalidation on Demand

Request for a revalidation with the click of a button.

Online Reports

Track all your vulnerabilities, status of your pentest, and other metrics

Offline Reports

Reports for a vulnerability or a test can be downloaded in PDF format.

Status of vulnerabilities

View and track real time status of identified vulnerabilities.

Excellent VA scanner

ThreatScan is powered by industry leading VA scanner.

Zero False Positives

100% zero false positives on a pentest and vulnerabilities


ThreatScan supports integration with E-mail, Jira and Slack.

Role Based Access

Multiple roles for CISO, IT managers, and security consultants.

Certificate of Pentest

Download a certificate to testify that all the vulnerabilities are closed.

Visualized Dashboards

Track progress of your pentest with intuitive dashboards.

Dark Theme enabled

ThreatScan supports dark theme for your IT OPS monitoring.

Like What You See?

Get in touch for a demo and see how we can help you.

Vulnerabilities Identified

Different types of vulnerabilities ThreatScan Identifies

Server-Side Request Forgery

Server-side request forgery is a well-known vulnerability that allows an attacker to the attacker to abuse the functionality on the server to read or update internal resources.

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Broken Access Control

Broken Access Control features in the OWASP Top 10 vulnerabilities and hackers can exploit these to masquerade as users and access resources using privileged functions.

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Sensitive data exposure

Sensitive data exposure vulnerabilities can occur when an application does not adequately protect sensitive information from being disclosed to attackers.

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Broken Authentication

Broken authentication refers to several vulnerabilities that attackers exploit to impersonate legitimate users online.

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Injection attacks

Injection attacks refers to a broad class of attack vectors. In an injection attack, an attacker supplies untrusted input to a program.

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Cross-Site Scripting (XSS)

Cross-Site Scripting (XSS) attacks are a sort of injection, during which malicious scripts are injected into otherwise benign and trusted sites.

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Security Misconfiguration

Security misconfigurations are one of the OWASP Top 10 Vulnerabilities and take place when an application component is vulnerable to attack as a result of insecure configuration option or misconfiguration.

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Insecure Design

Insecure design are those vulnerabilities that exist due to lack of security implementation in an application at the time of development. Insecure design is focused on the risks associated with flaws in design and architecture.

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Vulnerable and Outdated Components

Vulnerable and outdated components refers to known issues where vulnerabilities exist due to developers are not aware that the software used is already unsupported or out of date.

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Identification and Authentication Failures

This category covers weaknesses in authentication and session management in web applications, resulting vulnerabilities allow attackers to gain unauthorized access to accounts or data.

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Insecure direct object references (IDOR)

Insecure direct object references (IDOR) are a type of access control vulnerability that occurs when an application utilizes user-supplied input data to access objects directly.

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XML External Entities (XXE)

XML external entity injection (also known as XXE) is a web application security flaw which allows an attacker to interfere with an application's processing of XML data.

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hreatScan is available for use in USA, India, Singapore and worldwide.

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