Web & Application assessment

Web vulnerability assessments help to identify security weaknesses in web applications that can be exploited by attackers. This information can be used to strengthen the security of the application, making it less susceptible to attacks. Web vulnerability assessments can help to protect sensitive data that is stored or transmitted by the application. By identifying vulnerabilities, steps can be taken to prevent unauthorized access to data, which can help to safeguard the privacy and security of customers and clients.

Bistwork has a team of experienced and highly skilled penetration testers who have expertise in identifying vulnerabilities in web applications. Their experience and expertise can help to ensure that your web application is thoroughly tested and any vulnerabilities are identified and addressed. Bistwork uses a comprehensive testing methodology to ensure that all areas of your web application are thoroughly tested for vulnerabilities. This includes testing for common vulnerabilities such as SQL injection and cross-site scripting, as well as more complex vulnerabilities.


  • Cross-Site Scripting

    This type of attack allows an attacker to inject malicious scripts into a vulnerable website

  • SQL Injection

    This type of attack involves injecting malicious code into a vulnerable database

  • Password Cracking

    It involves various techniques, such as brute-force attacks, dictionary attacks.

Our Benefits

Bistwork takes a customized approach to each web penetration testing engagement

  • Experience and expertise

  • Comprehensive testing methodology

  • Customized approach

  • Actionable recommendations

Web & Application assessment

How long does web penetration testing take?

The duration of web penetration testing can vary depending on the size and complexity of the web application being tested. A typical web penetration testing engagement can take anywhere from a few days to a few weeks to complete.

How often should I perform web penetration testing?

The frequency of web penetration testing depends on a variety of factors, including the size and complexity of the web application, the rate of change of the application, and the level of risk associated with a potential breach. In general, it is recommended that web penetration testing be performed at least once a year, but more frequent testing may be necessary for high-risk applications or in highly regulated industries.

What is the process of web penetration testing?

The process of web penetration testing typically involves the following steps: information gathering, vulnerability scanning, vulnerability exploitation, privilege escalation, and reporting.