Testing

IF WE CAN BREAK-IN, SOMEONE ELAE WILL.

Ask yourself:

NETWORK VULNERABILITY: How vulnerable are your systems?

INFRASTRUCTURE PENETRATION: How secure is your network?

WIRELESS PENETRATION: How secure is your easiest attack point?

SOCIAL ENGINEERING: How vulnerable are you & your employees to opening you up to an attack?

We will provide you with a report entailing:

FUNCTIONAL ANALYSIS

VULNERABILITY ANALYSIS

SECURITY ANALYSIS

SOCIAL ENGINEERING IDENTIFICATION

EXPLOITATION REPORTING

Penetration test

We will conduct a penetration test, also known as a pen test, which is a simulated cyberattack against your computer system to check for exploitable vulnerabilities. In the context of web application security, penetration testing is commonly used to augment a web application firewall (WAF).

The steps are: Planning and reconnaissance, Scanning, Gaining Access, Maintaining access & Analysis.


The first stage involves:

Defining the scope and goals of a test, including the systems to be addressed and the testing methods to be used.
Gathering intelligence (e.g., network and domain names, mail server) to better understand how a target works and its potential vulnerabilities.


The next step is to understand how the target application will respond to various intrusion attempts. This is typically done using:

Static analysis – Inspecting an application’s code to estimate the way it behaves while running. These tools can scan the entirety of the code in a single pass.
Dynamic analysis – Inspecting an application’s code in a running state. This is a more practical way of scanning, as it provides a real-time view of an application’s performance.


This stage uses web application attacks, such as cross-site scripting, SQL injection, and backdoors, to uncover a target’s vulnerabilities. Testers then try and exploit these vulnerabilities, typically by escalating privileges, stealing data, intercepting traffic, etc., to understand the damage they can cause.


The goal of this stage is to see if the vulnerability can be used to achieve a persistent presence in the exploited system— long enough for a bad actor to gain in-depth access. The idea is to imitate advanced persistent threats, which often remain in a system for months in order to steal an organization’s most sensitive data.


The results of the penetration test are then compiled into a report detailing:

Specific vulnerabilities that were exploited
Sensitive data that was accessed
The amount of time the pen tester was able to remain in the system undetected
This information is analyzed by security personnel to help configure an enterprise’s WAF settings and other application security solutions to patch vulnerabilities and protect against future attacks.

Parameter test

We will test your environment security by testing how easy it is to obtain access to your network environment.

Social Engineering Identification

We will attempt to gain access to critical information through social engineering by exploiting you or your staff.

Outcome

You will be provided with a detailed report on your vulnerabilities.

 

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