Different-purpose web resources have one thing in common: they do not undergo a formal security assessment during the development, implementation or security testing stages.
Due to cost reduction or unwillingness to go into details, many auditors propose external testing ignoring the internal logic of the system function. We always insist on providing test data and analyze resources from inside.
This enables us to prevent real damage, the risks of which simply go unnoticed by our competitors.
In virtually every auditor project we find a significant number of flaws mentioned in the OWASP Top 10 – a list of the most frequent vulnerabilities in web resources.
If your resource has been tested "on paper" or with the use of the BlackBox model – it means that it has not been tested and is not protected.
For a more thorough examination of vulnerabilities, we can conduct a source code audit.