Vulnerability Assessment Penetration Testing Services

Vulnerability Assessment Penetration Testing Services

Identify Network Security Weaknesses

Network protection – and network penetration testing by extension – is changing as rapidly as the infrastructure on which it is designed. For penetration testing services that go beyond a basic vulnerability detector, you need industry experts.

Infopercept approach to network slopes goes above and beyond the traditional vulnerability analysis. Through decades of collective security expertise, our evaluation team discovers, exploits and records even the most subtle flaws in the network. When you're worried about your network stability, you want the highest sloping organisation to look at it.

Why Do You Need a Network Penetration Test?

A network penetration test gives your company a rare bird’s eye view of the efficacy of the safety device. Newer businesses do not yet have the power of their network security. Conversely, more sophisticated businesses also have large, multi-faceted networks that easily miss elements—especially as more organisations migrate to cloud-based services. Both situations leave room for catastrophic infringements.

In this case, you'll be made aware of vulnerabilities much before attackers can exploit them. With this strong foresight, business executives will feel confident to take decisions about the safety of their business. By displaying your freshly hardened security stance, your customers, partners, and investors will feel secure in your abilities to safeguard their properties.

Manual vs Automated Network Testing

The problem with using automated scanners is best summarised in Mark Twain's words: "Intelligence without experience is information." These scanners also ignore subtle security risks. It requires an advanced person to grasp the programme context and how reasoning might be manipulated. Many vulnerabilities actually cannot be contained in these automatic vulnerability’s scanners.

Expert security engineers at Infopercept also use the aid of vulnerability scanners at the preliminary stage of the evaluation, but this is just the beginning. With a better awareness of the programme and its meaning, we will offer evaluations that are more applicable to your clientele and to your particular security needs.

Our Services

External Network Assessment

Your perimeter network is being targeted every day, and even minor external vulnerabilities can be dangerous. External network penetration testing detects flaws in Internet-accessible infrastructure devices and servers.

External penetration testing assesses the protection of routers, firewalls, Intrusion Detection Systems (IDS), and other monitoring technologies that filter malicious internet traffic.

Internal Network Assessment

The Infopercept Experts approach the local area network like an intruder from the inside by

hunting for privileged business information and other sensitive assets. This includes the incorporation of a number of methods, the uncovering of user passwords, and efforts to compromise all virtual and physical devices present in the network system.

The benefit of this pledge is to ensure that a violation of your external network would not result in an infringement of your properties.

Wireless Network Pen testing

Wireless (Wi-Fi) networks can be vulnerable to a variety of attacks based on wireless clients, access points, and wireless setups. Every day new exploitations against Wi-Fi networks are being developed, such as the recent KRACK vulnerability; which has allowed malicious actors to crack the encryption protocol between most routers and connected devices.

Hacking your Wi-Fi network is the most sought after method, as the compromise of the cellular network is usually the quickest route to access the internal network. Bad setup and inadequate security could reveal your internal details to everyone in the range with a laptop or a smartphone. As such, in addition to the number of possible bugs, Infopercept checks the range of the network. This involves checking for 'Wireless Bleeding,' so we can identify the distance from which a possible intruder can pick up your wireless signal.

Our Network Pentest Methodology

Infopercept excels in working within a standardised, repeatable approach. We highlight this principle in every attempt to ensure that our results are accurate, reproducible, and of outstanding quality. As such, our vulnerability tests will still be checked by the team before and after remediation. In order to obtain these outcomes, we take the following steps:

  1. Network Scope
    Good contact with the customer organisation is stressed here in order to create a working atmosphere that is convenient with all parties. In this step, we will carry out all of the following:
    • Outline which properties of the company are open for scanning and checking.
    • Discuss exclusions from the calculation, such as unique IP addresses or services;
    • Confirm the official evaluation date and time zones, if applicable
  2. Information Gathering
    The Infopercept Pen tester gathers as much information as they can on the target, using a myriad of OSINT (Open-Source Intelligence) resources and techniques. The data obtained will enable us to identify the operational circumstances of the company, and will allow us to measure the risk appropriately as the relationship continues. Targeted intelligence may include:
    • Remote IP Addresses and Hosting Services
    • Established evidence of leakage
    • Domains used by the company
    • Misconfigured web servers and leaked data
    • IoT structures used by the company
  3. Enumeration and Vulnerability Scanning
    In this step, we use a number of automated tools and scripts, including sophisticated information collection methods. We also take the time to analyse all potential attack vectors closely. In the next step, this meeting and preparation will be the basis for our attempt at exploitation.
    • Under domains and directories listing
    • Open ports and/or services
    • Search for potential misconfigurations against cloud providers
    • Public and proprietary flaws associated with network implementations
  4. Attack and Penetration
    After proper planning, emphasis is on leveraging the network vulnerabilities that are found. Infopercept experts work to prove the existence of logical attack vectors while protecting the security of the network. At this point in the interaction process, the following activities begin:
    • Commit sandboxes and research conditions.
    • Usage of violation of credential or brute force to access privileged information.
    • Combining attack vectors to rotate or scale our location around the network.
  5. Reporting and Documentation
    Reporting is vital to the performance of the evaluation, as it offers long-term data to be exchanged with administrators and suppliers. Each documentation is tailored to the unique scope of evaluation and risk centred on the particular entity. The papers are intuitive to interpret, however informative the results maybe. In addition, there is a comprehensive remediation plan for each weakness. Any of the items you will find in our reports include:
    • Executive Overview on Strategic Directions.
    • A trip around the technological threats.
    • Many bugs remediation choices.
    • The possible effect of some weaknesses.
  6. Remediation Testing
    As an extra service, Infopercept will review the evaluation after an enterprise has had time to fix vulnerabilities. We will retrace our commitment steps to ensure that the changes have been properly implemented. Our engineers will also search for new vulnerabilities associated with updates, such as network malfunctions or flaws in the implementation of new software. At this point, we will update our previous assessment to reflect the new status of the system.

Sample Report
Technical Approach