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About Us

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High level synopsis of the services Cyberock provides

Cyberock takes pride in providing cybersecurity advanced-level skills in enterprise security architecture, vulnerability and risk assessment, and thorough review of your different project flow diagram and software engineering project documents. Threats research, implementation of the enterprise security policy and standards, team collaboration, providing effective and actionable security recommendations to your development team. Cyberock professionals have demonstrated the ability to conceptualize, engineer, implement secure solutions across complex organizational environments to build resilient software applications, analyze risks impact, and implement sustainable security solutions throughout your organization's SDLC.

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Mission

Cyberock's mission is helping your organization becoming the solid rock upon which you build resilient software applications to prevent against malicious cyber attacks.

At Cyberock we believe as strong as rock that, in general, the hardest software vulnerabilities to fix are those resulting from architecture or design decisions. The fact that developers may not be able to apply best security practices and adequate defenses against an attack does not relieve them of the responsibility for thinking about planning for, and considering how to minimize the impact of such an occurrence.

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Attacks

The most prevalent attacks we've observed at the architecture and design level include:

  • CSRF, XSS, SQLi, SSRF

  • Main-in-the-middle attack

  • Race condition attack

  • Replay attack

  • GraphQL attack vectors

  • Session highjacking attack

  • Session killing attack

  • IDOR in Web & API Apps

  • Open Redirect (Token Leakage)

  • File Uploads

It's time for changing organizations mindsets. Our goal is to effectively help your organization prevent and defend your software applications against these malicious attacks. 

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