Test your website for security vulnerabilities and provide fix

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What you get with this Hourlie

I will test your online web application's security to see if it's secured or not.

If a hacker was to attack your website right now, would you be safe and what would be the impact against your business?

Many businesses understands the value of securing their websites when it's too late.

Im a ethical hacker you can trust, I have experience over 2 years and i have hacked more than 100+ websites including Google, facebook, yahoo, twitter, uber etc. I have a hackerone profile that you can checkout http://hackerone.com/h33t. Im also in the synack red team , which is known as one of the best ethical hacking platforms.

With this hourly, I will be able to identify the following:

1. What vulnerabilities exist?
2. Can any of the vulnerabilities be exploited?
3. If so, how easy is it to exploit them?
4. What is the impact of each of the vulnerabilities exploited?
5. What is the overall level of risk posed by the vulnerabilities discovered?

A combination of manual techniques and open source tools will be employed throughout the tests to accurately and thoroughly assess the current security posture of your website or system.

Throughout the entire testing process, I will communicate with you on a regular basis to report back any necessary results and issues encountered during the tests.

At the end of the tests, I will provide you with a comprehensive test report detailing any vulnerabilities identified, the methods used to exploit them during the tests, and recommended actions to fix any vulnerabilities discovered.

This hourly is for 2 days , 1 day and a half is for pentesting and the rest of the time is for reporting and providing you the fixes.

Get more with Hourlie Add-ons

  • I can manually test your website in 24hrs and report fixes

    Additional 1 working day


What the Seller needs to start the work

A pre-engagement phone call prior to commencing the security tests in order to fully understand the scope of the test (i.e. what needs to be tested) and the rules of engagement (i.e. how and when the tests will be carried out).

Once both sides are happy, it is recommended that I sign a Non-Disclosure Agreement and for each of us to sign a document that authorises me to carry out the tests according to the test scope and rules of engagement.