Application security testing evaluates the security of web applications to protect against cyber-attacks. From source-code, all the way up to the browser — an application security assessment measures the effectiveness of your in-house developed application. By simulating a hack, we assess the controls you currently have in place. We offer both web application and mobile application testing.
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|Areas of difference||Red teams||Blue teams|
|Defensive vs. Offensive||The red team is the offensive expert that tests the defences of various applications and overall infrastructure. The red team attempts to circumvent the blue team’s cybersecurity measures and controls. The red team’s intent is to act like real-world threat actors without harming the infrastructure; the intent is to educate the organization about its security flaws.||The blue team is the defensive expert that puts up strong defences to withstand the attack.|
Red team members are independent ethical hackers, and blue team members are IT, security professionals, including incident response consultants and IT security staff. The red team members know of:
|The blue team is the defensive expert that puts up strong defences to withstand the attack.|
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Paragraph 1 Trees from groves in hammocks or areas covered with pine forest are budded on sour orange trees, a method that gives a high solids content. On sand, they are grafted on rough lemon rootstock.
Paragraph 2 Today, navel oranges continue to be propagated through cutting and grafting. This does not allow for the usual selective breeding methodologies, and so all navel oranges can be considered fruits from that single, nearly 200 year-old tree: they have exactly the same genetic make-up as the original tree and are clones. This case is similar to that of the common yellow seedless banana, the Cavendish, or that of the Granny Smith apple. On rare occasions, however, further mutations can lead to new varieties.
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The scope should not be so broad that the project can’t be completed in a timely, efficient manor, and should not be so narrow that it limits the consultant’s ability to simulate a realistic cyber-attack.Christina Cooke, Massive Media
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