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Suggestions for a reputable company that does “penetration and vulnerability” Website testing?

I was wondering if anyone knew of a good reputable company that does “penetration and vulnerability” testing of Websites?  We have a potential huge client that’s on board as long as we can provide positive results that clearly define our websites security.

Currently are Windows 2008 Web Server is hosted at Rackspace, but we want to make sure that we have a biased review as well.
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Matthew EnglandTechnology ConsultantCommented:
Give Sypsec Solutions (sypsec.com) a call. They're a small business I've worked with for years. They specialize in providing this type of support to high profile Federal clients where security is vital.

(I have no affiliation with this company.)
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apreedCommented:
Don't forget that it's not just vulnerabilities that will affect the "security" of your website - the three main areas are Confidentiality, Integrity and Availability - a secure website needs to be good at all 3... an invulnerable website that only has a single server running it is not particularly useful when the OS bluescreens.

I'm not prepared to make commercial recommendations, but there is lots of choice if you search online. Choose like you would any other commercial provider - qualifications, experience, price. And I'd suggest you choose a commercial provider if there's a big contract resting on it.
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RyanHenryAuthor Commented:
Thanks guys!

I looked up a few companies and I like Sypsec, and what about Savvis?
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ryan80Commented:
i would recommend isec partners. I have worked with them in the past and always been very happy.
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RyanHenryAuthor Commented:
Great, thanks alot guys!
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Fadi SODAH (aka madunix)Chief Information Security Officer, CISA, CISSP, CFR, ICATE, MCSE, CCNA, CCNP, CCIP, SCSC and SCECommented:
I have worked with the following companies:
http://www.leoimpact.com/
http://www.randomstorm.com/
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