DoS Testing

Denial-Of-Service (DoS) is an attack aiming to prevent legitimate users from online services. Dos is performed by sending countless invalid requests for authentication. At some point, such flooding interrupts the normal operation of the whole network. Therefore, users cannot get full access to their accounts. If you think that hackers target your website for a DoS intrusion, you should get in touch with certified testers for assistance immediately. If Denial-Of-Service occurs, it is essential to monitor other hosts, assets, and services joined to your network. Many intruders perform such attacks to reach other services operating within your networks.

Cobweb expert team analyses typical DoS attacks, including packet flooding or session saturation, and application denial connected with the tested functionality. We will check the maximum loading capacity of your systems and evaluate the efficiency of security measures.

Our team will develop tailor-made DoS protection solutions for your business.

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Objects of testing

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Network equipment, data channels, Apps
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Mail and file servers
03.
Soft and hardware

Our Approach

Professionalism and Guarantees

Our team consists of certified experts in the field of cybersecurity. Every member of our team has 9+ years of experience in hacking technologies, programming, software development, and security hardening methods.

Comprehensive Support

Cobweb’s customer support provides our clients with high-quality services by instantly reacting to new threats and intrusions. Our support team guarantees complete help within the chosen product or service plan.

Innovative technologies

In our work, we apply the best world practices in the field of information security, along with our own developments. Our R&D department implements cutting-edge technologies to ensure all-around protection for your business processes.

Detailed reports

Having performed testing and evaluation of your IS systems, we prepare a complete report of detected vulnerabilities, along with the recommendations for security hardening measures.

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