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With the help of the latest tools, get an understanding of the risks that your information is exposed to by analyzing, identifyingm abd reporting system vulnerabilities.

Vulnerability Scan

A Vulnerability Scan involves identifying, analyzing, and reporting vulnerabilities (understood as a flaw that allows a threat to become a risk).

The scanning of ports, services, and applications can be categorized as follows:


It is performed remotely, assuming the perspective of someone outside the organization.


The security profile is examined from the perspective of someone internal or who has access to the organization’s systems and networks.


Combines external and internal perspectives.

Various automated tools are available that allow obtaining a primary diagnosis of the security of an application and the infrastructure on which it runs.

However, it is essential to have analysts who can utilize these findings and conduct further investigation into these vulnerabilities.

Datasec possesses both the tools and expertise for vulnerability scanning in applications, providing a comprehensive diagnosis of the system’s security and its alignment with internationally recognized best practices. These practices include CWE/SANS Top 25, HIPAA, ISO/IEC 27001, NIST 800-53, OWASP TOP 10, PCI DSS, and Sarbanes-Oxley.

Ethical hacking

Ethical hacking is the service carried out by specialized personnel who, using the same tools and techniques as an actual attacker (a cracker), seeks to identify security flaws to report and correct them (instead of using them to cause damage or for personal gain).

An ethical hack seeks to provide an answer to the following questions:

What can an attacker know?
What can an attacker do with that information?
Could an attempted attack be detected?
Can the attack be stopped?

To do this, a methodology consisting of the following phases is commonly used:

Scanning and enumeration
Access maintenance
Deletion of traces

Types of ethical hacking:

Black box

There is no information about the evaluation target, simulating the attack of an external attacker seeking to penetrate systems from the outside.

White box

Contrary to the black box, here ethical hacking is performed with all the knowledge about the network, infrastructure, and systems of the target. An informed attack is simulated.

Grey box

Partial knowledge of the target. It simulates an attack by someone who has partial information and seeks to gain unauthorized Access.