Web App Penetration Testing in Australia

Safeguard your web applications with Web App Penetration Testing

Web App Pen Testing

During a Web App Attack & Penetration Test , Secmentis attacks your web applications from a blackbox perspective, focusing on evaluating the security of your web applications.

The goal is to identify vulnerabilities in your web applications and advise you on how to fix them, before hackers exploit them.

Web App Penetration Testing in Australia

Secmentis Web App Penetration Test services are available in Australia, in major cities like Sydney (New South Wales), Melbourne (Victoria), Brisbane (Queensland), Perth (Western Australia), Adelaide (South Australia), Gold Coast (Queensland), and Canberra (Australian Capital Territory), and can be provided remotely. Generally, we provide Web App Penetration Tests worldwide in the Americas, Asia & Pacific, Europe, and Middle East & Africa regions.

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Approach & Methodology

Our Web App Penetration Tests are conducted from a blackbox perspective and cover the OWASP Top 10 vulnerabilities. We methodically follow these steps:

  • Reconnaissance & Footprinting to gather intelligence about your web application, its version information, and identify sensitive files & data
  • Scanning & Enumeration to discover endpoints to attack, and map endpoints to their associated vulnerabilities. We will use both automated and manual methods and tools for vulnerability scanning
  • Attack & Exploitation to attack and compromise your web application through the identified vulnerabilities, thus confirming which vulnerabilities are real
  • Access & Exfiltration to extract sensitive data (e.g. credentials, customer information, credit card information, etc.) through your web application, and thus demonstrate the impact of a real attack.

Note: Our penetration tests begin only after you have given us explicit and signed authorization.


Secmentis will provide you with a report which includes the following deliverables at the end of our testing:

  • Executive Summary , highlighting critical web app vulnerabilities and business risks, and our recommendations
  • Technical Report with our findings and suggested recommendations for remediation and mitigation of the identified vulnerabilities
  • Presentation of the critical vulnerabilities and business risks (optional)


Which vulnerabilities does our Web App Penetration Test cover?

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Benefits of working with Secmentis

We take your cyber security seriously. Our Web App Penetration Tests are tailor-made for your organization.

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“If anything can go wrong, it will.”

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Which vulnerabilities does our Web App Penetration Test cover?

Our Web App Penetration Tests cover the OWASP Top 10 vulnerabilities. The OWASP Top 10 methodology covers the industry-agreed most critical web application security flaws. These vulnerabilities are dangerous because they allow attackers to completely take over your web app, steal data, or prevent your web app from working.


We exploit injection flaws (e.g. SQL injection , OS command injection , etc.) by delivering hostile data to web apps.

Broken Authentication and Session Management

We exploit authentication and session management to compromise passwords, session tokens, or masquerade as other users.

Cross-Site Scripting (XSS)

We attempt to execute client-side scripts to hijack user sessions or redirect users to controlled websites.

Insecure Direct Object References

We expose and manipulate direct object references in web apps (e.g. references to internal files or keys) to gain unauthorized access to data.

Security Misconfiguration

We exploit security misconfigurations at all tiers of a web app (from database, to web server, to front-end frameworks) to extract sensitive data.

Sensitive Data Exposure

We attempt to uncover sensitive data stored improperly within the database (e.g. credit cards, authentication credentials, etc.).

Missing Function Level Access Control

We forge hostile requests to manipulate web applications in order to gain unauthorized access to application functionality.

Cross-Site Request Forgery (CSRF)

We discover flaws that can be exploited client-side that force users to send seemingly legitimate requests to vulnerable web applications.

Using Components with Known Vulnerabilities

We attempt to identify vulnerable components (e.g. libraries, frameworks, software modules) to undermine defenses and enable further attacks.

Unvalidated Redirects and Forwards

We discover entry points for unvalidated redirects and exploit them to access unauthorized information and endpoints.

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What our customers say

  • “Fantastic communication, very quick turnaround for a detailed report and much more reasonably priced than the big competitors.”

    Director, (undisclosed) Gaming company

  • “We were extremely pleased with Secmentis’ work on the penetration testing engagements. The reports created by Secmentis were very helpful and of very high quality.”

    Director, (undisclosed) Social Media company

  • “It was great working with the Secmentis team: They quickly understood our requirements and appreciated our tight deadlines, and performed very comprehensive, timely, and useful testing.”

    Head of IT, (undisclosed) Internet company

  • “We have used the services of Secmentis for security testing for our portal and I must say that I was really happy with the service level I got. Secmentis team was really helpful and went the extra mile many times in order to fulfill our needs in squeezed timelines. Given the squeezed timelines, the quality of the deliverables was not compromised by the speed. I will happily request their services again for many other occasions.”

    Head of Development, (undisclosed) Software company

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