Security and Auditing
System hacks imply that there were major defects in the codes of the system. But does that mean that you have to wait for a cyber attack on your system to know about those defects?
Internet is a place filled with cyber attackers who consistently lookout for weak doors to break into a system and manipulate things illegally for their personal benefits. Every application, every platform that is connected to the internet requires utmost security against such threats in order to not compromise sensitive information and/or funds.
Penetration testing, a.k.a pentest, is a highly reliable method for experimenting on your own system in order to find any weak points that could be exploited by hackers.
While assessing the codes and the system architecture solves a part of the problem, there is no better way to know of existing vulnerabilities in the system than to do it the way attackers might in the future. Yes, it means trying to hack your own system.
The highly experienced group of ethical hackers at TheBlockBox have simulated cyber attacks and hacked into systems that were thought to be utterly secure and hack-proof. Their hands-on experience with detecting weak points of blockchain systems and applications will spot any vulnerabilities lurking on your system.
Once spotted, those vulnerabilities could be easily fixed so that attackers do not get their hands on them.
If you have a blockchain system that you want to protect against all forms of cyber attacks by hackers, TheBlockBox team would be glad to help you out.