Penetration Testing to Identify and Fix Vulnerabilities
Penetration testing, also known as pen testing, aims to identify an organization’s security vulnerabilities through a systematic testing process. A penetration test may focus on your networks, applications, physical facilities, human assets and more. During penetration testing, the tester aims to replicate the efforts of a malicious attacker in the most authentic way possible in order to get a realistic and thorough view of the organization’s attack surface.
Test Your Security Controls
Understand the health of your application, network and physical security
Uncover Real-World Vulnerabilities
Learn where you’re most susceptible to your likely real-world adversaries
Meet Compliance Requirements
Maintain compliance with your industry’s penetration testing standards
Strengthen Your Security Posture
Get assistance prioritizing and remediating vulnerabilities
Focused web application attack and penetration aiming to identify application layer flaws such as: Cross Site Request Forgery, Injection Flaws, Weak Session Management, Cross Site Scripting, Insecure Direct Object References and many more.
Understand the true strength/effectiveness and weaknesses of physical security controls through real life exploitation. Industries include: Critical Infrastructure, Casino/Gambling, Banking, Tech, Healthcare, Government, Hospitality, Retail, Armored Transport, SaaS and more.
Focused network infrastructure penetration testing aiming to identify network and system level flaws such as: Misconfigurations, Product-specific vulnerabilities, Wireless Network Vulnerabilities, Rogue Services, Weak Passwords and Protocols and many more.
Hardware device and Internet-of-Things focused penetration testing aiming to identify hardware and software level flaws such as: Weak Passwords, Insecure Protocols, Insecure APIs, Insecure Communication Channels, Misconfigurations, Product-specific vulnerabilities and many more.
Penetration testing at RedTeam Security can be broken down into six stages.
1. Information Gathering
During this stage, we perform reconnaissance on our target and gather as much information as possible to help us understand what we’re up against. This may include active information gathering (where the tester has direct contact with the target) or passive information gathering (where the tester collects information undetected by the target).
2. Threat Modeling
We identify and categorize assets, threats, and threat communities as they are relevant to the organization being tested. What are the primary and secondary assets? What or who are the most prominent threats or threat communities? How do these threat communities map to the various assets?
3. Vulnerability Analysis
Using the information gathered thus far, we eliminate non-vulnerable assets and identify exploitable vulnerabilities through testing, validation, and research. We use a combination of commercially available and internally developed tools during the vulnerability analysis phase.
Often viewed as the most “exciting” phase of penetration testing. During the exploitation phase we use the groundwork we’ve laid up until this point to successfully abuse, misuse and exploit vulnerable systems, networks, devices, physical controls and/or humans, carefully documenting the vulnerabilities we uncover along the way.
Our work isn’t over yet. After successfully exploiting our target’s assets, we must determine the value of the compromise, considering data or network sensitivity.
This is the phase where we convey what we’ve learned in educational, actionable terms. We thoroughly outline and present our findings with suggestions for prioritizing fixes, walking through the results with you hand-in-hand.