An ApplicationCheck assesses the possibility for a player to attack an application or service. The check is performed by identifying vulnerabilities, configuration errors, information leakage, design flaws, or other types of attack vectors.
To ensure effectiveness, most of Security Office's ApplicationChecks are carried out as so-called White box tests, which entails full access to documentation, source code, testing and production systems, as well as access as both authenticated and non-authenticated user.
The result is a report describing all identifiable vulnerabilities, their possible consequences, and recommended measures. Each vulnerability is given a risk score according to CVSS 3.1.
By periodically performing an ApplicationCheck, our customers test the resistance of their applications against attacks. In a digital environment, where the whole world potentially has access, it is vital to always be one step ahead.
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An AdminCheck helps you detect vulnerabilities in the IT security of your business. Security Office performs the check by trying to obtain domain admin rights using various methods.
An ApplicationCheck tests the resistance of your applications against attacks. A report then lists the vulnerabilities that have been identified, possible consequences, and recommended measures.