Reliable protection for your website - datami

We find vulnerabilities before hackers do

We guarantee a secure defense against 99% of external threats.

  • Identify weaknesses that threaten the integrity of your web resource or network by undergoing the simulated attack.
  • Prevent breaches and create a robust security posture.
  • Insure the security of the data and continuous workflow with the help of experienced ethical hackers.
Free consultation
Who are our customers?
Our customers are businesses who understand that the security of their websites is crucial to prevent significant financial losses from hacking. They come to us for our services in vulnerability testing (pentest) and round-the-clock protection against malicious cyberattacks. With our help, these companies can rest assured knowing that their data is safe and secure at all times.
Healthcare Organizations
Bookings and services
Media resources
Product outsourcing IT companies
Manufacturing Companies
Online stores
Our services
Reverse engineering
We will analyse the website, hosts scanning for vulnerabilities, viruses and malicious codes.
Treatment and recovery
Quickly detect and eliminate all
vulnerabilities. Investigate an infection
or hacking
Security Code Review
Security code review is effective technique for identifying security bugs on the early stages of development
Penetration test. We simulate
the actions of intruders
to check your security level
Monitoring and protection 24/7
close protection for security
from external threats
Smart Contract Audit
Prevent financial losses resulting from contract bugs or security breaches. Fix bugs before the launch and attract investors by providing a robust security posture.
Web Application Penetration testing
Identify and fix any security gaps before they can be exploited, thus enhancing the overall security of the web application.
Mobile Application Penetration testing
Test the unique aspects of mobile platforms, such as the use of mobile device sensors, data storage, and network communication protocols.
Cloud Penetration testing
We evaluate the security of a client's infrastructure deployed in the cloud environment. The main focus is to identify weaknesses in the infrastructure, web application firewall, and network configuration files.
API Penetration testing
Examine APIs for vulnerabilities such as API Mass Assignment, broken authentication, SQL Injection, input validation flaws, etc.
What we do?
To guarantee the safety of your system, our team performs a comprehensive penetration test. Our testing covers.
  • Vulnerability assessment
  • Network scanning and search for open ports/services/versions
  • CVEs (Common Vulnerabilities & Exposures) and discovering the publicly available exploits
  • SQL injection and XSS injection (Stored, Reflected, DOM based)
  • OS command injection, LFI/RFI and session testing
  • Authorization bypasses and CSRF attacks via source code review along with directory traversal access to different website folders
  • We also conduct Remote Code Execution
  • Tests while searching for credentials brute force attempts alongside URL parameters tests in order to detect any possible DDoS resistance failures
Are you looking for ways to improve the security? Our team can help!
We specialize in:
  • Reverse engineering
  • Web application pentest
  • Mobile application pentesting
  • Static/dynamic application pentesting
  • External/internal network pentesting
  • Cloud services protection (AWS & AZURE)
  • Code review for security weaknesses
  • Database security, DDoS protection and site recovery
  • We locate the malicious code on your web application and provide information security consultation
  • Lastly our experts offer Site Reliability support to ensure complete safety online.
  • Building IT Infrastructure
  • Automating business solutions deployment
  • Configuring Azure and AWS servers
  • Web applications development
  • Developing applications and automation for CRM
  • Configuring server and web settings
  • Optimizing web servers
  • Programming skills
  • Connecting and configuring databases
  • Configuring firewall and WAF settings
  • Monitoring system status
  • Designing and developing system architecture
  • Setting access rights
  • Backend development
  • Deploying cloud resources in FreeBSD, Linux, and Windows
  • Using Git and Jenkins
  • Working with Kubernetes and Docker
  • Working with Nginx and Apache
  • Supporting IT Infrastructure building and maintenance
  • Deploying virtual machines in Azure
  • Configuring jails on FreeBSD servers
  • Deploying Docker containers on Linux servers
  • Automating infrastructure and software development workflows
Development Skills
  • Proficiency in programming languages like PHP and JavaScript
  • Experience working with databases like MySQL
  • Development of mail servers
  • Development of parsers for extracting data from various websites
  • Setting up notifications for messaging apps like Telegram
Review and audit of smart contracts
  • Conduct manual and automated bug search in code
  • Evaluate potential impact of data loss in application
  • Verify user roles and access rights
  • Examine configuration files and data storage
  • Ensure compliance with regulatory standards (e.g., PCI, HIPPA)
  • Provide detailed report of code review findings
  • Identify and address design flaws
  • Check for loops susceptible to miner attacks on timestamps and transaction order
  • Develop strategies for countering and mitigating risks
Our methodologies
  • OWASP top 10
  • COBIT ISACA Risk framework
  • Best Cybersecurity Practices
  • Information gathering
  • Reconnaissance techniques
  • Attack vectors identification
  • Access acquisition
  • Privilege escalation
  • Attaining full control
  • Risk management
  • Vulnerability scanning
  • Malware detection
  • Network scanning
  • Log Analysis
Damage statistics from cyberattacks.
The cost of cybercrime is predicted to hit $8 trillion in 2023 and will grow to $10.5 trillion by 2025
Each day, over 2,200 cyberattacks occur, or nearly one every 39 seconds
Your website needs
just like
a physical store
or warehouse
Security on the web is as important as physical security. Protect your business from all kind of threats to have a robust security posture.
Our customers about us
Perform an independent audit of your safety
Are you sure your website is always accessible to users?
Are you sure that all 100% of users get to your site?
Are there cases of a sharp drop in traffic to the website?
Are there cases when spam comes from bots through
forms on the website, instead of questions from customers?
Do you use an SSL certificate for a secure connection?
Can you restore your website, if it is removed
from the hosting?
Can your IT specialist quickly fix the security
vulnerabilities on the website?
Are you sure that your servers are not used for mining?
Do you use any additional tools to protect your data?
Whether periodic security audits of your website
are performed?
Do you use two-factor protection of your
resource accounts?
Do you systematically update the version of
CMS/plugins on the website
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Unprotected website — a magnet for cybercriminals
Opportunity to test their hacking skills
Exploit website for large-scale attacks
Gain profit through malicious activities
Remove competition through cyberattacks
Here are 10 examples of how a cybercriminal can harm your business

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Delete website
Vulnerable websites are left open to potential exploitation by even the most novice hackers. After watching a few tutorials, 15-year-old guy can wreak havoc on unprotected sites, deleting them permanently and without consequence. By not taking proper security precautions for your website, you leave it wide open for a script kiddies.
Hack admin panel
Take your business hostage and demand a ransom - unless you pay up, all control of the website will remain in the hands of criminals.
Steal database
Stealing your database to block access to data, sell it to competitors, or use it for spam and false promotions.
Steal traffic
Stealing traffic by installing a redirect to a competitor's website or placing unwanted advertising banners.
Lower SERP
Installing malicious code on your website will often lead to disastrous consequences. Google will take preventative measures such as blocking or lowering the web page in search result rankings if it detects suspicious code on the site.
Hack promotions
To purchase the products for a mere penny.
Steal payment card data
By injecting a malicious script on your online payment pages via advertising platforms or web analytics services, criminals can acquire sensitive financial information from unsuspecting customers.
Encrypt valuable files
Cryptolockers are malicious viruses that will encrypt valuable files with an intricate password, holding them hostage until a hefty ransom is paid.
Stealing the power of your server
Transform your server into a powerful mining machine to unlock the potential of cryptocurrency.
Use your server for the mass attack
When preparing for large-scale attacks, black hackers will utilize your server as a storage space for their malicious code. This dormant code remains inactive until it is sold and can then be used to wreak havoc on an unsuspecting system.
This isn't the stuff of Hollywood movies
This is the lived reality that one out of every five business owners in America experience.