We simulate an attack on a network infrastructure to identify vulnerabilities that could be exploited by hackers. We use a variety of tools and techniques to assess the security of a website's servers, network devices, and applications. By identifying weaknesses, clients can take steps to mitigate potential security risks and protect their network from attacks.
Infrastructure Penetration Testing services are designed to enhance network security structures. Comprehensive penetration testing of network infrastructure enables the identification of potential vulnerabilities, bolstering security measures, enhancing network resilience, and effectively mitigating potential cyberthreats.
The first step involves a thorough scan of both TCP and UDP ports using a variety of scan types facilitated by the different tools. Fine-tuning the parameters ensures the scans are not blocked by firewalls and the results are comprehensive. This is a first step to performing further attacks.
The scan is comprehensive and covers any kind of network device, including servers, routers, printers, firewalls, and IoT devices. We aim to provide a full-spectrum analysis of your network infrastructure's security posture.
We strive to detect the type and version of services running on the network. This step is crucial to identify potential vulnerabilities associated with specific services and their versions.
Once we successfully detect the services, we attempt to identify the type and version of system software installed on the enumerated devices. Understanding your software ecosystem allows to tailor the tests to your specific infrastructure and identify known vulnerabilities.
We utilize a commercial-grade vulnerability scanners, equipped with a vast array of plugins, as part of our infrastructure penetration testing services. This set of tools enables to conduct a comprehensive sweep of the network, uncovering potential security weaknesses. These tests allow to delve deeper into potential vulnerabilities, providing a level of scrutiny automated tools cannot match, and thus ensure a thorough, comprehensive assessment of your network's security.
We perform brute force attacks against the authentication layer running on your servers and devices. These controlled attacks help to uncover weak or easily guessable credentials that could be exploited by malicious actors.
After gathering comprehensive data from the aforementioned focus areas, we synthesize and leverage this information to conduct detailed manual tests. This hands-on approach ensures that potential vulnerabilities, which might have been overlooked by automated tools, are identified and addressed. The combination of automated and manual testing methods provides a thorough evaluation, ensuring that even the most critical vulnerabilities are detected and mitigated.
An Infrastructure penetration test involves testing the security of your network infrastructure, such as servers, network devices, and other systems, to identify potential vulnerabilities that could be exploited by attackers.
An Infrastructure penetration test can uncover a wide range of vulnerabilities, from software flaws and misconfigurations to potential weaknesses in physical security measures. It is important, as these vulnerabilities, if left unaddressed, can lead to severe consequences such as domain controller takeover, unauthorized access to user passwords, access to sensitive databases, and more.
An Infrastructure penetration test can help your organization safeguard critical systems, protect sensitive data, ensure business continuity, and meet regulatory compliance.
The cost of an Infrastructure penetration test depends on the scope and complexity of the project. Please reach out to our sales team for a detailed quote.
Yes, there are several types of Infrastructure penetration tests, including external testing (focusing on assets visible on the internet like websites or VPN gateways), internal testing (simulating an attacker inside the network), and wireless testing.