This service is aimed at deterring hackers from gaining unauthorized access to resources on the client's network. A hacking attack is carried out in a controlled and managed way by "Attacker.NET" security consultants. The results of the controlled attack can be used to improve network security by plugging paths between resources on the network (the database server, web server etc.) and the Internet. Penetration testing is carried out across the entire network infrastructure to provide a clear picture of a client's overall network exposure.
A. Internal Penetration Test:
The internal penetration test is an assessment of the "insider threat" to an enterprise IT system. The internal penetration test is carried out from the perspective of a potential attacker that has access to an account on the server but does not have the access rights. A variation of the internal penetration test simulates efforts by an authorized user.
B. External Penetration Test:
The external penetration test accounts for all possibilities of penetrating the server from external sources. The test tries to simulate hacking attempts of a hacker from an external source on the Internet. "Attacker.NET" can perform the test with no prior information about the server (also known as black box testing). The external test also attempts to penetrate the server through exploiting services on the server.