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Automated Penetration testing

Are you concerned about the increasing cyber threats to your organization? Do you want to secure your systems through penetration testing but find traditional approaches time-consuming, costly, and technically challenging?

Look no further! Prancer offers a revolutionary solution with its Automated Penetration Testing platform. Our platform combines low-code and no-code approaches to comprehensively cover your infrastructure, APIs, and web applications. It’s fast, user-friendly, and cost-effective – no coding or scripting experience is required! With Prancer’s fully automated Penetration Testing as a service (PTaaS) solution, you can swiftly and thoroughly penetration test your systems and identify vulnerabilities before malicious actors exploit them.

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Accurate risk assessment with attack path analysis

It's tedious for security experts to review a large number of findings from various security tools to understand the critical impact of attackers. Prancer's attack path analyzer evaluates the current risk score based on real-time application penetration testing findings and infrastructure vulnerability discoveries to provide a more accurate risk assessment. Protect your business with cyber security usecases and API security validation.

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.

Risk Driven Findings

Siloed security tools and findings make it difficult to accurately view the overall risk posture. This can lead to a high number of false positives and inaccurate risk scores. Prancer's Automate Pentest As A Service (PTaaS) solution correlates and consolidates your infrastructure findings with application security findings to maximize the accuracy of risk scores.

Zero trust security validation

A zero trust approach fundamentally changes how applications are designed - now, they are meant to be internet-facing by default. Several tools exist to implement Zero Trust security, but one challenge is the automatic validation of policies at scale. Prancers PTaaS for Zero Trust Security Validation overcomes this hurdle by assuming different threat contexts at scale.

Low Code and No Code Approach

Prancer's fully automated Pentest As A Service (PTaaS) offers a unique combination of low- code and no-code approaches to provide unrivaled transparency and control to your infrastructure, APIs and Web Apps. Our Automated PTaaS platform makes it possible to automate the complex pentest use cases and scale them across multiple environments without hiring more pentesters.

CI/CD integration and Shift-left

Offensive security testing should be handled earlier in the software development lifecycle as part of the developer experience because it can help developers build more secure code from the beginning. Prancer's fully automated PTaaS makes it possible to integrate security testing into the Continuous Integration/Continuous Delivery (CI/CD) process, which helps to shift left security testing and reduce its impact on the overall timeline.

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.

Understanding the Three Varieties of Penetration Testing


  • Black Box Penetration Testing: In this approach, the tester receives minimal information, often just the company’s name, to simulate an external hacking attempt.
  • Grey Box Penetration Testing: This method falls between black and white box testing, involving partial knowledge about the system.
  • White Box Penetration Testing: Here, the tester is given full access to all relevant information, mirroring an internal security audit.

Using automated security to test web applications extends limited AppSec budgets giving economic advantages and reduced risk. A combination of continuous scanning and being able to customize scan schedules effectively recognizes and deals with major weaknesses promptly.

Manual vs. Automated Penetration Testing: Exploring the Difference

Automated Penetration testing is conducted using software for examining a system, unlike relying on manual inspection by expert. It is cheaper as compared to manual testing because only IT specialists are needed which means that one avoids the need of employing an ethical hacker. The Automated penetration testing tools are very quick in checking a system and identifying possible weak areas through which hackers may attack the network.

Security risks are minimized through the use of automated testing tools that identify bugs and vulnerabilities and hence, data leakages can be avoided. Such data security issues attract heavy penalties that vary with industries and legal statutes.

Highlighting the Top Five Automated Penetration Testing Methodologies and Standards

The leading penetration testing methodologies include OSSTMM (Open-Source Security Testing Methodology Manual), OWASP (Open Web Application Security Project), NIST (National Institute of Standards and Technology), PTES (Penetration Testing Execution Standard), and ISSAF (Information Systems Security Assessment Framework).

DAST offers a more comprehensive approach to conducting security testing. It is highly efficient in locating well-known security holes quite rapidly, with limited human effort involved. On the contrary, Penetration Testing uses a more targeted approach that seeks to pinpoint particular weaknesses in systems or networks.

Exploring Automation Penetration Testing Tools: 9 Types and Examples – The…

Automated Penetration testing encompasses various types, including:

– Unit Testing: This involves the testing of each small part of a software component.}
– Smoke Tests: Stability checks based on functional tests for a software build.
– Integration Tests: Testing of the integration of different software components.
– Regression Tests: Such are in place and make sure that any new change doesn’t affect the other functionalities in existence.
– API Testing: Functional, reliability, and security testing of application programming interfaces (APIs).
– Security Tests: Auditing software for vulnerabilities and security lapses.
– Performance Tests: What this means is that you should test performance of any software in varying environments.
– Acceptance Tests: Check whether the software matches with specification, end users’ requirement and need.

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