Penetration
Testing

Simulated hacker attacks to determine
real-world risk to your organization

Red
Teaming

Social engineering, IDS evasion
Physical intrusion, AV evasion, more...

Top Notch
Expertise

Professional, experienced and
certified consultants

  • Network Penetration Testing

    Network Penetration Testing

    We simulate real-world attacks by attempting to bypass system controls in your internal network or Internet-facing network.
  • Vulnerability Assessment

    Vulnerability Assessment

    Consultants carry out steps to identify, quantify and apply risk ratings for security vulnerabilities within systems and hosts.
  • Application Penetration Testing

    App Penetration Testing

    Our experienced consultants thoroughly examine your apps for application-centric security vulnerabilities.
  • Wireless Security Testing

    Wireless Security Testing

    We examine the architecture/components of a wireless network in an effort to identify any weaknesses in the implementation.
  • Social Engineering

    Social Engineering

    Consultants trick employees into divulging confidential information via Email Phishing, Telephone, Baiting and other methods.
  • Data Breach Investigation

    Data Breach Investigation

    We work with you in an effort to determine the impact of a data breach and provide expert advice in mitigating any future risk.
  • Contact us now regarding your next security project

    We can provide you with an estimate for your next information security project within two days.

Latest Post

  • PlugBot Project Demo/Release at HackMiami 2015

    PlugBot Project Demo/Release at HackMiami 2015

    We are happy to announce the release of the PlugBot project this weekend at HackMiami 2015!

    PlugBot project is a security research project by RedTeam Security, led by Jeremiah Talamantes. It is designed to be a proof-of-concept / experimental foray into the development of software that could potentially support the concept of a hardware botnet.

    The PlugBot project is made up of two components, PlugBot Bot and PlugBot Command & Control.

    Command & Control


    Bot


    The hardware component to this project is intended to be single-board computers, such as: Raspberry Pi, Beaglebone, Cubox, etc.

    Jeremiah began developing the concept in February 2010 right around the initial surge of plug computers into the tech market. Although the development ceased not soon after, the research aspect continued into his dissertation and finally came to life again in early 2015.

    The code will become publicly available and under open source licensing. Please sign up for our Labs newsletter for notifications.

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