Infrastructure penetration test uncovers vulnerabilities residing within your infrastructure with a detailed attack narrative to properly assess the impact of each finding. With a manual focus, our services begin with the latest tools and technologies and leverage them to identify improvements in even the most sophisticated environments.
Who is it for?
As network infrastructure grows, so too do the connected applications, services, devices, and storage. Tracking and prioritizing the vulnerabilities they create is a time consuming challenge for any enterprise. Infrastructure testing is for organisations who wish to gain a real-world view of their security posture in terms of their infrastructure, This service allows them to keep good track of their externally facing servers, devices, domains, Ip's , Application and Services running on the staging and production systems
Infrastructure Penetration Testing comprises the reviews of security principles, network solutions, traffic flows, and security solutions which helps an organization decide the steps that need to be followed to prepare the company and its network infrastructure.
During the network security audit we perform:
External vulnerability scans: External vulnerability scans target the areas of an IT ecosystem that are exposed to the internet, or not restricted for internal use. These areas can include applications, ports, websites, services, networks, and systems that are accessed by external customers or users.
Internal vulnerability scans: With internal vulnerability scans, the primary target of the software is the internal enterprise network. Once a threat agent makes it through a security hole, the threat agent can leave enterprise systems prone to damage. These scans search for and identify the vulnerabilities inside the network in order to avoid damage, as well as to allow organizations to protect and tighten systems and application security that are not exposed by external scans.
Scanning Relative Tech Stack: Our team spends some time enumerating the technologies and tech stack used by the company, Later this information is used to orient our scanning to a specific technology stack for better results.
Using Community Tools: Security community has been always producing greate tools for scanning and indentifying vulnerability in security industry, Our team members continuesly keep an eye on the community of twitter and other platform to point out some of the most precise open-source tools and use them while scanning your network, Please note that every tools we use to scan your networks goes through the series of tests to see if the tools doesn't create an damage to the net .
What we test?
Port Scanning: Perform port scanning using tools such as Nmap, Hping3, Netscan tools, Network monitor. These tools help us to probe a server or host on the target network for open ports and indentify any unpatched or vulnerable services. .
Host Discovery: We detect live hosts, accessible hosts in the target network by using network scanning tools such as Advanced IP scanner, NMAP, HPING3, NESSUS and then perform further analysis for maximum attack surface detection. Known Vulnerabilities (CVE's | CWE's) Missing security updates is a common weakness that can lead to services, operating systems and applications being compromised.
Default Misconfiguration Bugs Systems are often configured by default with compatibility in mind which can lead to insecurities such as weak encryption being used.
Unpatched Services Services accounts may have weaknesses that allow a threat actor to leverage the service for privilege escalation, such as insecure permissions or executable storage.
Input Fuzzing: Fuzzing simply means providing random data to the API until it spills something out – some info, some error message or anything to imply that random data has been processed by the API. The error messeges are later on analysed by the security team member to check if that can be escalated to an valid security issues.
OWASP TOP 10: OWASP API Security Top 10 Vulnerabilities 2020
Benefits?- Identifying potential areas that are vulnerable to data compromise and disclosure.
- Indentify Unpatched domains and servers.
- Incorrectly configured database servers.
- Identify server/application vulnerable to default credential attacks.
- Validation of high-severity results through manual verification process and more...