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Privacy Ninja

        • DATA PROTECTION

        • CYBERSECURITY

        • Secure your network against various threat points. VA starts at only S$1,000, while VAPT starts at S$3,000. With Price Beat Guarantee!

        • API Penetration Testing
        • Secure your application’s future with our API Penetration Test, designed to identify vulnerabilities and protect your data through real-world attack simulations.

        • Network Penetration Testing
        • Boost your network’s security with our Network Penetration Testing service, where we simulate cyber-attacks to uncover vulnerabilities before they can be exploited by malicious actors.

        • Mobile Penetration Testing
        • Identify and address security vulnerabilities in your mobile app through simulated cyber-attacks, ensuring the safety of user data and seamless functionality.

        • Web Penetration Testing
        • Discover and mitigate security risks in your web application through simulated cyber-attacks, fortifying your online presence against potential threats.

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Penetration Testing Singapore

Protect Yourself From The Risk Of Cyber Attacks

& Data Breaches, And Avoid 5-7 Figure Fines & Lawsuits

With Singapore's Most Affordable & Reliable VAPT Services

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Why Work With Privacy Ninja?

Look at our track record

We founded Asia’s first bug bounty platform and have kept Organisations, MNCs and SMEs worldwide safe from cyber-attacks and data breaches.

Large organisations like A*Star Research, Marché, E27, MightyJaxx, and AlphaWave trust us with their cyber security.

Not one of the companies we’re working with has suffered a data breach after engaging with our cyber security services. 

Our team is made up of the best penetration testers in the world

Our pen-testers are hall-of-fame security professionals who have ethically hacked the most secure operating systems in the world, like Microsoft, Google, Facebook etc.

As there’s nothing our pen-testers haven’t seen, we complete our VAPT within 7 days of project commencement!

Despite being the best in Singapore, we offer the most affordable penetration testing services

We pride ourselves on being the best pen-testing provider in Singapore but are also 100% committed to being the most affordable. 

If you find other licensed and registered ethical security testers cheaper than us, we’ll beat the price by 10%.  

It is a requirement by law that penetration tests are done by a Cyber Security Agency Singapore (CSA)-licensed Penetration Testing firm. Among those licensed, we’re the best and most affordable.

Our Double Guarantee

Price Beat Guarantee

10% Price Beat Guarantee

Annual VAPT is mandatory for all networks, mobile, and web apps that store personal data in data bases. We believe businesses shouldn't have to pay extra to stay compliant and avoid penalties. If you find a lower price with another licensed VAPT service provider, for the same scope of work or more, we'll beat their price by 10%. Terms & Conditions apply.

200% Money Back Guarantee

We're not only affordable, we're the best. All our VAPT clients have stayed safe from cyber threats. We're so sure of our services that we offer a 200% money back guarantee on top of the 10% price beat guarantee. We're the only company in Singapore that dares to offer this. If you suffer a data breach or hack after using our VAPT services, we'll refund you every cent you paid us. And as a form of apology, we'll give you extra 100% to work with someone else! If we can't keep you safe, we don't deserve your money. Terms & Conditions apply.

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Engaging Privacy Ninja for VAPT Pentest


Affordability is one thing. A solid report is everything.

Complete Your Pentest With Privacy Ninja in 7 Days

Privacy Ninja VAPT report

After the VAPT exercise, you will gain access to all findings in a detailed report that includes:

  • Overall findings summary

  • Itemised replicable steps/POC (Proof-of-concept)

  • Explanations

  • Common Vulnerability Scoring System (CVSS) risk rating

  • Vulnerability impact

  • Practical recommendations for remediation

Our Pentesters' Certifications

Certified Ethical Hacker (CEH)

Offensive Security Certified Professional (OSCP)

CREST Registered Penetration Tester (CRT)

CREST Certified Web Applications Tester (CCT App)

CREST Practitioner Security Analyst (CPSA)

CSRO License (Entity): Privacy Ninja Penetration Testing Service License No. CS/PTS/C-2022-0128

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Industries We Serve

PSG Vendors
Fintech and Payment Gateways
Data, Storage, and Cloud Servers
AI & Analytical Software
CMS, HRMS, DMS, SaaS

What Kind Of Different Pentests Do We Do?

Web Application Pentest

Web Application
Penetration Testing

Network Penetration Test

Network 

Penetration Testing

Vulnerability Assessment For Mobile Apps

Mobile App
Penetration Testing

API Penetration Test

API 
Penetration Testing

What Kind Of Different Pentests Do We Do?

Web Application Pentest

Web Application
Penetration Testing

Network Penetration Test

Network 

Penetration Testing

Vulnerability Assessment For Mobile Apps

Mobile App
Penetration Testing

Web Application Pentest

API 
Penetration Testing

How We've Helped Our Clients Identify Security Vulnerabilities

Specialised Recruitment Agency

Specialised Recruitment Agency

What we found after penetration testing:

CRITICAL SECURITY WEAKNESSES
  • SQL Injection – An attacker can access and dump the whole database containing critical data using malicious SQL commands in user input fields

  • Local File Inclusion (LFI) – An attacker can read sensitive files without any restriction by fooling the target system, gaining access to sensitive information, such as password files

HIGH-RISK EXPLOITABLE VULNERABILITIES
  • Stored Cross-Site Scripting (XSS) – An authenticated user can embed malicious JavaScript code in a page, which will be executed whenever any user accesses that page.

  • Malicious File Upload – An attacker can upload malicious executable files containing malicious content, like shell.php, to a computer system without any restriction, which might lead to remote code execution (RCE) attacks

  • Broken Authorisation – An authenticated user can deactivate and delete job alerts of other users without any restriction.

  • Link Injection – Any authenticated user can embed malicious  HTML tags such as hyperlink  <a>  tag in a page, which may redirect users to a malicious website controlled by the attacker.

  • And many more

Software as a service (SaaS)

What we found after our penetration test:

HIGH-RISK POTENTIAL VULNERABILITIES
  • Stored Cross-Site Scripting (XSS) – An authenticated user can embed malicious JavaScript code in a page, which will be executed whenever any user accesses that page.

  • Malicious File Upload – An attacker can upload malicious executable files containing malicious content to a computer system without any restriction, which might lead to other cyber-attacks such as insecure redirection, user account takeover, etc.

  • Host Header Injection – An attacker can redirect the users to a malicious web application controlled by the attacker and carry out various attacks such as session hijacking, malware download, etc.

  • HTML Injection – Any authenticated user can embed malicious  HTML tags such as hyperlink  <a>  tag in a page, which may redirect users to a malicious website controlled by the attacker.

  • And many more

Mobile Applications:


Crypto loan and investment wallet app:

What we found after our penetration test:

HIGH-RISK VULNERABILITIES
  • Fake user account creation with invalid mobile numbers – An attacker can create unlimited bogus/fake user accounts using automated scripts, causing the backend database to be overloaded with fake user accounts.

  • Firebase database publicly exposed – An attacker can gain sensitive information about a user, such as an email id, username and token.

  • Lack of binary protection – An attacker can use an automated tool to reverse engineer the code and modify it using malware to perform some hidden functionality.

  • Application signed with a debug certificate – An attacker can debug the application activities/communication and perform a Man-in-the-Middle attack.

  • SQL Injection – An attacker can supply SQL payloads in the user input field and dump the whole database containing all user’s sensitive data.

  • And many more

Cryptocurrency token and wallet application:

What we found after our penetration test:

HIGH-RISK SECURITY VULNERABILITIES
  • Sensitive Information Disclosure – An attacker can gain remote access to user credentials or mobile application data without restriction and use them for authentication bypass or social engineering attacks.

  • Business Logical Flaw – A user can create a wallet with wrong collection settings, which could lead to flaws in business logic while funding transactions.

  • Lack of binary protection – An attacker can use an automated tool to reverse engineer the code and modify it using malware to perform some hidden functionality.

  • Misconfiguration in Manifest/plist – An attacker can conduct a Man-in-the-Middle attack since application traffic is transmitted in clear text format.

  • Insecure Data Storage – An attacker can use the information stored in the app folder for further attacks, which may lead to user account takeover.

  • And many more

Network

MAS licensed remittance company:

What we found after our penetration test:

CRITICAL IDENTIFIED VULNERABILITIES
  • Default admin login on routers and VoIPs – An attacker can steal sensitive data by sniffing the traffic going through the routers/VoIPs and can implant its own exploit to compromise all other systems in the internal network.

  • Default admin login on biometric devices – An attacker can add, modify, and delete user accounts and related details from biometric devices without anyone’s knowledge.

  • Microsoft SMB EternalBlue Remote Code Execution – An attacker can take complete control over the server with SYSTEM security privileges and steal sensitive data or credentials of other logged-in users.

HIGH-RISK VULNERABILITIES
  • Malicious File Upload – An attacker can upload malicious executable files on the web server, which can get executed at the back end whenever a user accesses or views that particular file

  • XMLRPC DOS Attack – An attacker can access the xmlrpc.php file without any authentication  and conduct a DOS attack against the web server

  • Synology DiskStation Manager (Multiple Possible Vulnerabilities) – An input validation error exists in the ‘externaldevices.cgi’ script that allows any administrative user to execute arbitrary commands with root privileges on the remote host.

  • Unsupported Windows OS – An attacker can conduct numerous exploits against outdated IIS servers such as RCE, DoS, Buffer Overflow, Command Injection, etc.

  • And many more

Global F&B restaurant chain:

What we found after our penetration test:

CRITICAL VULNERABILITIES
  • Default admin login on POS printers – An attacker can add,  modify and delete the printer’s configuration without authorisation.

  • Default admin login on switches – An attacker can steal sensitive data by sniffing the traffic going through the switches or can implant its own exploit to compromise all other systems present in the internal network.

  • Default admin login on biometric devices – An attacker can add, modify, and delete user accounts and related details from biometric devices without anyone’s knowledge.

  • Default admin login on UPS Network Management Card – An attacker can control NMC devices and attack other systems by changing the NMC configuration without restriction.

  • Microsoft SMB DOUBLEPULSAR Remote Code Execution – An attacker can take complete control over the server with SYSTEM security privileges and steal sensitive data or credentials of other logged-in users.

  • Microsoft RDP RCE (BlueKeep – CVE- 2019-0708) – An  attacker  can  take complete control  over  the  server through RDP service and run arbitrary commands with administrator privileges

  • Zerologon (CVE- 2020-1472) – An attacker can set an empty password for a domain user account and retrieve password hashes of all existing domain users.

HIGH-RISK VULNERABILITIES
  • Default community strings for SNMP service – An attacker can retrieve and modify sensitive information related to the device, such as device firmware version, routing tables, network interfaces, and configuration details.

  • Unencrypted Telnet server – An attacker can eavesdrop on a Telnet session and obtain user credentials via a MiTM attack.

  • Outdated Apache Server – An attacker can conduct numerous exploits against outdated Apache servers such as RCE, DoS, Buffer Overflow, Command Injection, etc.

  • Outdated VMware ESXI patches – An attacker with local administrative privileges on a virtual machine may exploit this issue to execute code as the virtual machine’s VMX  process runs on the host.

  • Unsupported IIS version – An attacker can conduct numerous exploits against outdated IIS servers such as RCE, DoS, Buffer Overflow, Command Injection, etc.

  • And many more

Our Clients

Marche
Mighty Jaxx
ITMA services
Axomem
Paywho
usertip
Globiance
Ascent
kaddra
bona
epitex
Prime Heart Centre
pytheas
vuetech
crawfort
Hamilton Capital
Anafore
Ease Healthcare
Kingsforce
Sendtech
Offeo
Alphawave Tech
OneEmpower Pte Ltd

Client Testimonials



Here's what you'll receive:

  • Identify the most suitable and recommended type of security assessment for your project so you do the right thing and don’t overpay for what you don’t need.

  • Receive detailed sample related reports to your project so you know what to expect in the report and ensure that it’s something you understand and are able to work on.

  • Quotation with the only price beat guarantee in the market so that you get the most affordable assessment on top of the best.

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