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Penetration Testing Report


    This is a SOC (Service Organization Control) sample penetration testing report. It belongs to one of our previous clients who opted for this service and whose information is kept private for security reasons. Through this report, you will get an idea of how we document our test process and its results.

    The main goal of the SOC penetration testing report PDF is to comply with the SOC 2 industry standards set by the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants (AICPA). This compliance framework ensures the protection of client data from third-party service providers. With our user-friendly design and clear content, you will understand everything and get everything you need from the report.

    Key Features of a Penetration Testing Report:

    • Vulnerabilities found
    • Vulnerabilities description
    • Impact level of vulnerabilities
    • POC (Probe of Concept)
    • Remediation steps

    How are Reports Looks like

    • Risk Assessment Methodology: NIST 800-30 Revision 1 Standard

      We provide an executive summary that highlights the main points and provides the context to help you understand the overall security posture of your whole application.

    • Executive Summary

      We provide an OWASP top 10 comparison table which helps you to gain insights on the top vulnerabilities found in your application.

    • OWASP Top 10 Comparison

      From opening your app in a browser till we exploit the vulnerabilities, what steps we follow, and what scripts we put in, we write in very simple English with screenshots of each step.

    • Detailed and Step-by-Step Exploitation Process

      We provide a proper remediation strategy that takes a methodical approach to fixing vulnerabilities. It requires prioritizing and carrying out corrective steps to decrease risk and improve security in a timely way.

    • Proper Remediation Plan

      Apart from the list of vulnerabilities, we test and provide details about the open ports and outdated
      components, such as technology, plug-ins, etc, to help you keep them up-to-date.