Website Security Scan
See how intruders can attack your website.
We work as a team
We don’t sit in separate offices and type all day. When we see your website, us at The Cyber Desk will work together to test your website security.
With members of the team all over the world, our range of knowledge is dynamic and extensive.
No corner left untouched
we use our own devices
Many companies which conduct testing are adopting methods where they use a single automated tool/script. We don’t believe in that.
We use our experience and frequently updated arsenal of devices to break into your website and find security flaws
Watch our progress
Once you receive a scan from us, you will have access to your own sub-domain where you can see all the work we have done.
You will never lose access to this, so you can keep it as a point of reference for future scans
Why Choose The Cyber Desk?
We are small company with a large network of Ethical Hackers and Cyber Security professionals. Our network extends outside of the UK and there are members from all over the globe. The diversity of members allows different approaches to any security scan we conduct.
Fast and Global
Our scans are usually done in a few days. And a report is built alongside the scan. We try our upmost hardest to prevent any downtime (Any intensive attacks if permitted will be ran at off-peak times to prevent additional load on your web servers)
What do we test for in our scans?
Using out of date or poorly secured architecture can allow attackers to infiltrate a website at any level. Issues at core level can cascade security bugs down to all aspects of the website.
OWASP Top 10
OWASP Top 10 refers to the top 10 most commonly reported and seen security flaws that get exploited by malicious attackers.
SQL Injection vulnerabilities allow attackers to view, extract, modify and delete data from your database through security errors on your website.
XSS (Cross-Site Scripting) is a method used by attackers to script malicious code to either be delivered to your visitors or to the back end of the website. Both of which causing a wide range of issues.
If your website is leaking sensitive/private information to attackers, they can use this to further attack the website or distribute private information held on your website.
Content Management Systems don’t spoon feed you on how to set up your website and they don’t stop you from making errors when configuring the website. Misconfiguration can effect all aspects of your site and leave serious security holes wide open.
Security headers are used to ensure visitors are safe when browsing on a website. The absence of these can leave your users and the website susceptible to malicious activity conducted by an attacker.
Brute Force Protection
Brute force is a common method carried out by attackers to infiltrate accounts and administrator pages. Brute force protection can help prevent accounts being accessed by unauthorised entities.
Having certain files and folders accessible by the public can result in sensitive information being stolen and information about the site to be used against it in malicious ways.
Content Management Systems allow users to install plugins and themes for the website. These can carry security vulnerabilities and flaws.
Is your site even showing on common search engines? If not, you are likely to be missing out on vital business. If your website has been blacklisted, this could mean your site has been infected with malware or has been hijacked by a malicious attacker.
Unlike humans, automated bots around the world will not get tired of repeatedly attacking a website. As soon as a known vulnerability is found, it won’t be long until an attacker makes a move.
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