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Patent Awarded

Automated Penetration Testing for Cloud

Prancer Enterprise, a leading innovator in cloud security solutions, is thrilled to announce the grant of a pivotal patent from the United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) for its cutting-edge technology in automated penetration testing in cloud environments.

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Customer success Story

Revolutionizing Cybersecurity: Penetration Testing as Code for Unparalleled Application Protection

Prancer redefines cybersecurity with our Application Security Posture Management (ASPM) solution. Our Penetration-Testing-as-Code approach drives proactive security by simulating custom cyber-attacks based on a comprehensive inventory of your applications. We identify all vulnerabilities and offer effective remediation plans, turning threats into opportunities for enhanced security. With Prancer, vulnerabilities become resilience.

Build Attack Ready Clouds

With the ever-evolving threat landscape in the digital world, businesses must have comprehensive and effective cybersecurity measures in place. Prancer offers a unique solution that takes a proactive approach to security, continuously validating the security posture of an enterprise’s ecosystem against real-world critical attacks. Our fully automated solution streamlines discovering applications, APIs, and infrastructure, conducting threat emulation through automated penetration testing, validating zero-trust principles, intelligent API Security, checking the codes, and finally assessing risks and correlating findings, all while providing actionable remediation and reporting.



Prancer auto-discovers enterprise resources in the cloud and find out all the attack surfaces at the Infrastructure and Application layers.



Prancer engine reviews the security configuration of the resources and correlates data from different sources. It immediately reports back all the security misconfigurations and provides auto remediation.



Based on the Intelligence out of the auto-discovery and analysis phase, Prancer strategizes attacks against enterprise assets.


Attack Automation

Prancer engine creates attack chains and lateral movement strategies. It schedules the attacks on demand, based on CI / CD pipeline or in a continuous mode.


Codified Attack

The latest attacks reload from the codified attack database. This database is maintained by the Prancer Research team feeding from CVEs, CSPs, and national vulnerability databases.


Attack Emulation

Prancer patented Pentesting as Code (PAC) engine makes attacks emulation and cloud pentesting against enterprise assets to find vulnerabilities and exploits the system.


Risk Assessment

Prancer presents the prioritized risks and security assessment of company assets from the attacker's viewpoint. Prancer's automated cloud pentesting solution uses native hacker tools to find exploits.

Automated penetration testing also known as Vulnerability scanning, is a process that employs certain automated penetration testing tools for identifying security vulnerabilities. Manual penetration testing or just penetration testing means a full-scale analysis of security system performed by security professionals.

A Breach and Attack Simulation (BAS) platform is a cybersecurity tool that simulates a full range of cyberattacks and breach scenarios. This simulation helps organizations assess their security controls’ effectiveness and identify potential gaps in real-time, allowing them to proactively reinforce their defenses.

Application Security Posture Management (ASPM) involves continuously identifying, assessing, and managing the security posture of an application throughout its lifecycle. ASPM ensures that applications are developed, deployed, and maintained with the best security practices, minimizing vulnerabilities and exposure to threats.

Static Code Analysis is a method of debugging by examining source code before a program is run. It helps identify coding errors, security vulnerabilities, and compliance issues, effectively improving code quality and security without executing the program.

Zero Day as a Service (ZDaaS) is a service offering that provides organizations with protection against zero-day threats – vulnerabilities that are unknown or unaddressed by security teams. ZDaaS services continuously update and adapt to emerging threats, offering proactive defense measures.

Dynamic Application Security Testing (DAST) is a security solution that detects security vulnerabilities in web applications while they are running. DAST tools simulate external attacks on an application and analyze its responses to identify potential security issues.

Static Application Security Testing (SAST) is a process that analyzes source code to find security vulnerabilities that make your applications susceptible to attack. SAST scans an application before it’s compiled and seeks to identify issues at the code level.

Software Composition Analysis (SCA) is the process of automating the visibility into the open-source software (OSS) usage in software development. SCA tools identify open-source components and their licenses, as well as security, operational, and compliance risks.

Zero Trust Validation is a security concept centered on the belief that organizations should not automatically trust anything inside or outside their perimeters. Instead, they must verify anything and everything trying to connect to their systems before granting access.

API Security refers to the practices and methodologies used to protect APIs (Application Programming Interfaces) from being exploited. It involves securing the APIs themselves, the data they transmit, and the associated back-end systems, thereby safeguarding against unauthorized access, data breaches, and cyberattacks.

Red Team Practice in cybersecurity refers to a group of ethical hackers or security professionals who emulate the tactics, techniques, and procedures of real-world attackers. Their goal is to challenge and test the effectiveness of an organization’s security posture. This practice involves simulating cyberattacks, identifying vulnerabilities, and assessing the potential impact of these threats. Red Teams are used to understand how an actual attack could affect an organization and to enhance the response strategies.

Blue Team Practice involves the group of individuals in an organization responsible for defending against both real and simulated threats. The Blue Team’s primary focus is on identifying and mitigating vulnerabilities, monitoring security systems, and implementing effective defensive strategies to protect against cyberattacks. They are the counterpart to Red Teams and often work in tandem with them to strengthen an organization’s cybersecurity defenses.

A Red Team Augmentation Platform is a tool or service designed to enhance the capabilities of Red Teams. It provides advanced technologies and methodologies to simulate more sophisticated cyberattacks. This platform may offer automated tools, threat intelligence, and specialized expertise to help Red Teams execute more effective and comprehensive security testing. The goal is to provide an environment that closely mimics real-world cyber threats, enabling Red Teams to uncover potential security weaknesses that might otherwise go unnoticed. This, in turn, allows organizations to better understand and improve their defense mechanisms against actual cyber threats.

Black Box Testing in cybersecurity is a method where the tester assesses a system without any prior knowledge of its internal workings. The tester interacts with the system’s external interfaces (e.g., APIs, web applications) to find vulnerabilities that can be exploited. This approach simulates an attacker’s perspective, who typically does not have inside information about the system.

White Box Testing, also known as clear box or glass box testing, involves thorough testing of internal structures, mechanisms, and code of an application. Here, the tester has complete knowledge of the software, including access to source code, architecture diagrams, and documentation. This approach enables a detailed examination of internal pathways and the functionality of the software to identify security vulnerabilities.

Grey Box Testing is a hybrid approach that combines elements of both black box and white box testing. Testers have partial knowledge of the internal structures of an application. This approach is effective in revealing how well external and internal interactions of an application are functioning and secured, providing a more realistic view of potential vulnerabilities from both an outsider and insider perspective.

External Security Testing focuses on assessing the security of an organization’s external-facing assets, such as websites, web applications, and external network services. The goal is to identify vulnerabilities that could be exploited by external attackers. This type of testing simulates attacks that might be carried out by individuals or groups without inside access to an organization’s network.

Internal Security Testing evaluates the security of an organization’s internal networks and systems. This type of testing assesses the risk from threats originating inside the organization, such as from employees or contractors. It involves checking for vulnerabilities that could be exploited through access to the internal network, including misconfigurations, inadequate security policies, and insider threats. This testing is crucial for detecting potential threats that might bypass external defenses.

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