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Re: pen test
From: "Albert R. Campa" <abcampa () gmail com>
Date: Tue, 11 Dec 2007 07:33:40 -0600

I would say no. Not even a port scan.
I would expect a hosting company to hire their own pentesters and
security professionals to protect their webservers.
If they dont then I wouldnt trust my customer's sensitive data on their servers.

If I had an ebusiness with personal customer data on a server then I
would want to ensure security measures are in place and that a good
web app pen test has been completed. This may mean that I host my own
server in my own business network and not put the trust in some
hosting company.

regards
Albert

On Dec 10, 2007 11:35 AM, Marty Resnick <marty () techmaking com> wrote:
Am I able to pen test or run a vulnerability assessment on my web hosting company. I got the idea after reading this 
article. http://www.securitypark.co.uk/Security_article.asp?articleid=260173

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Marty Resnick
Techmaking Inc.
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(661) 209-2089 (mobile)
(805) 512-9603 (fax)
marty () techmaking com




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