External Infrastructure Pentest
Internal Infrastructure Pentest
Web Application Penetration test
Technical Vulnerability Assessment
External Infrastructure Penetration Test:
- External Infrastructure Penetration Testing involves assessing the security of an organization’s external network, servers, and systems that are accessible from the internet.
- The primary goal is to identify vulnerabilities and weaknesses that could be exploited by external attackers to gain unauthorized access, disrupt services, or steal sensitive information.
- Testers simulate real-world attacks, such as scanning for open ports, probing for vulnerabilities, and attempting to penetrate the network defenses from an external perspective.
Internal Infrastructure Penetration Test:
- Internal Infrastructure Penetration Testing focuses on evaluating the security of an organization’s internal network, systems, and assets.
- The objective is to identify potential vulnerabilities and misconfigurations that could be exploited by malicious insiders or attackers who have gained internal access.
- Testers simulate attacks that might occur once an attacker is already inside the network, such as lateral movement, privilege escalation, and data exfiltration.
Web Application Penetration Test:
- Web Application Penetration Testing is designed to assess the security of web applications, including websites, web-based portals, and online services.
- The goal is to identify vulnerabilities and flaws in the web application code, configuration, and architecture that could be exploited by attackers to compromise data or gain unauthorized access.
- Testers use various techniques, such as SQL injection, cross-site scripting (XSS), and authentication bypass, to uncover vulnerabilities and recommend remediation measures.
Technical Vulnerability Assessment:
- A Technical Vulnerability Assessment involves identifying and documenting vulnerabilities within an organization’s technical infrastructure, which includes network devices, servers, workstations, and software applications.
- Unlike penetration testing, which simulates actual attacks, a vulnerability assessment is often more focused on identifying and categorizing vulnerabilities without actively attempting to exploit them.
- The results of a vulnerability assessment can be used to prioritize and remediate security issues, helping organizations reduce their exposure to potential threats.