Our certifications

We have the most demanding certifications related to Ethical Hacking: OSWE (Offensive Security Web Expert), OSCP (OffSec Certified Professional), eCPPTv2 (eLearnSecurity Certified Professional Penetration Tester) and CEH (Certified Ethical Hacker).

Our services

We offer different types of services related to security testing or Ethical Hacking and adapting to the best security standards and methodologies.

Internal infrastructure hacking

Internal infrastructure pentesting is a security assessment process that focuses on identifying and exploiting vulnerabilities

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Hacking External infrastructure

Assessment of the ability of your external information assets to resist attacks. Our world-class Pentesters, armed with

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Web Application Hacking

Complete penetration testing of your web applications, web services and APIs that can be used to store and access

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Mobile App Hacking

Access to your mobile applications to identify specific vulnerabilities in mobile computing environments, such as those defined by the Open Web

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Why audit my applications and infrastructure?

The main objective of ethical hacking is prevention. By anticipating possible attacks, systems can be prepared with the necessary measures to repel these attacks, avoid them or react in time to minimize their consequences.

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How do we do it?

Our team has years of practical experience in the Hacking world, plus our Hackers come from the old school and have worked on multiple Hacking use cases in the real world. That's why our offensive security tests are based on the mindset of a real hacker and not on automated tools.

Project planning

The planning of the Ethical Hacking project is carried out, establishing commitment dates to carry out the pentest tests on the objectives (IP/DNS) provided by the client. In addition, the project completion dates are defined.

pen test

Our consulting team performs security tests towards the objectives provided by the client, our team constantly reports project progress in the event that they find high-impact or critical vulnerabilities.


Our team delivers an executive and technical security report that includes proof of concept for each finding found, classifying vulnerabilities into critical, high, low, and informative severity according to the CVSS universal standard.

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1. Preparation

In this phase, various steps and activities are performed to ensure that the pentesting process is effective and carried out in an organized manner.

2. Recognition

The information gathering phase is a fundamental stage in the pentesting process, where relevant information about the objective of the tests is collected and analyzed.

3. Map

Through mapping, a thorough understanding of the client's technological architecture is obtained, which allows a deeper and more effective analysis of possible security weaknesses to be carried out.

4. Vulnerability Discovery

The vulnerability discovery phase is a key stage in a pentesting process, where it seeks to identify weaknesses and security flaws in the systems, applications and configurations of the test target.

5. Exploitation of Vulnerabilities

The vulnerability exploitation phase is a critical stage in a pentesting process, where an attempt is made to take advantage of previously identified vulnerabilities to demonstrate their exploitability and assess the potential impact on the security of the target system.

6. Report

The report is an essential part of a pentesting process, as it summarizes and documents the findings, results, and recommendations obtained during all phases of the pentest.

Blog Posts

Find out what our technical consulting team has written in the latest entries on our Blog.