Prevent cyber-attacks and data leaks

SmartPentest, antecipates and corrects potential attack surfaces that attackers could exploit.

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We simulate real-life attack scenarios with specialized tools and attack techniques and assist your company in addressing all exposed vulnerabilities.

Penetration Tests

Penetration Tests can be performed in the BlackBox, GreyBox, and WhiteBox modalities.



Intrusion testing technique that requires no prior knowledge of the IT environment or access credentials to systems and applications. When it comes to an external test, the only information that the customer needs to provide is the domain to be evaluated (ex:, or access to a network point when it comes to an internal test.



A technique used to determine if there are inconsistencies in user access permissions by simulating an employee or service provider associated with the customer. It also applies to web application tests in which it is desired to determine whether the access permissions and transaction authorization are consistent with the specification or business need.



Intrusion testing technique in which all network topology information, as well as access credentials to systems and applications, are passed on to the test analyst, who assesses vulnerabilities throughout the technological environment. It is our most comprehensive test, with more detailed results than the previous ones. It is used in web application tests, where the analysis is based on the application’s source code, an activity also known as Code Review or Source Code Review.


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