Penetration Tests

Since 2012, PRODAFT has grown into a successful provider of high-end penetration testing services for critical infrastructures in the U.S., Europe, MENA, and LATAM regions.

Holistic commitment to penetration testing


Notable banking, aviation, fintech, e-commerce, IoT, defense, and insurance industries have chosen PRODAFT for their security testing requirements, especially prior to launching un-tested projects. All of which proves PRODAFT's holistic commitment to penetration testing, comprised of:

Top-notch security researchers


Our penetration testing teams are not just pentesters but also security researchers. Since 2012, we have discovered and published more than 400 zero-day vulnerabilities.



Each member of our team has been granted OSCP, OSCE, and OSWE certifications—regarded as the golden standard in the industry.

Experience-based approach


We owe success to our ability to act and adapt our penetration testing procedures according to each team member’s experience and intuition. PRODAFT penetration tests are far more realistic and effective than others, which tend to rely on automatized vulnerability scanning tools.

External Penetration Test


The main objective of external penetration tests is to analyze and assess the status of an externally accessible software, hardware, network, or service against different attack scenarios that may be carried out by unauthorized and malicious actors. As is commonly known, vulnerability assessment involves the use of conventional scanning tools to assess organizational structure on a regular basis.


Penetration testing is a highly advanced approach. It simulates an actual cyber threat, creating various attack vectors by using multiple vulnerabilities in the same attack scenario.

PRODAFT’s team does not build its penetration testing strategy on the output of any automated scanning tools. During each pentest, our team simulates different attack scenarios that rely on the use of multiple findings. Thus, our clients are able to see the status of their systems against an actual hacker attack rather than the nonspecific outputs of a commercial security tool.

Internal Penetration Test

The main purpose of our internal penetration test is to evaluate the preparedness of an organization’s networks and systems against threats directed from inside the organization. To do this, PRODAFT takes a variety of threat models into consideration.

By means of these internal penetration tests, several high-end attack scenarios can be simulated, including:

  • Cyber attacks carried out by an employee inside the organization.
  • Cyber attacks carried out by an organized group, who may have already infiltrated corporate systems and started to expand their scope by means of lateral movement techniques.
  • People or applications with malicious intentions aiming to extract information from the organization for espionage-related purposes.

Internal penetration tests are especially important for discovering what so-called advanced persistent threat (APT) groups can achieve when they infiltrate an organizational network.


Web application tests are best left to experienced specialists who also regularly publish technical and academic papers related to their respective fields.

During these tests, our primary approach is to create "outside-the-box" attack scenarios while considering both fundamental standards and criteria, such as the OWASP Top 10, while also searching for logical or integration-related errors that may have resulted from the developers.

For this reason, our team almost always discovers "critical" vulnerabilities unnoticed during any previous pentests carried out by the organization itself or by other contractors.

Web Application Penetration Test

Mobile Application PenetrationTests

Mobile application penetration tests determine how a mobile application can be maliciously used, exploited, functionally compromised, or utilized for granting unauthorized access to sensitive information.

Although the use of mobile platforms increases day by day, the number of specialists focusing solely on mobile security does not grow at the same rate.

For this reason, the expertise of mobile security testing personnel can make or break a successful penetration test toward ferreting out critical coding, logical, architectural, or design-related vulnerabilities within a given mobile application.

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PRODAFT’s team consists of:

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Highly skilled experts, some of whom were invited to test the Android platform before its initial global release.

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To this day, our team has worked on hundreds of mobile penetration testing projects, primarily delivered to banking institutions, cryptocurrency exchange markets, and fast-moving consumer goods (FMCG) industries.