Penetration Testing

An Internal Penetration Test differs from a vulnerability assessment in that it actually exploits the vulnerabilities to determine what information is actually exposed. An Internal Penetration Test mimics the actions of an actual attacker exploiting weaknesses in network security without the usual dangers. This test examines internal IT systems for any weakness that could be used to disrupt the confidentiality, availability or integrity of the network, thereby allowing the organization to address each weakness.

Our Internal Penetration Test follows documented security testing methodologies which can include:

  • Internal Network Scanning
  • Port Scanning
  • System Fingerprinting
  • Services Probing
  • Exploit Research
  • Manual Vulnerability Testing and Verification
  • Manual Configuration Weakness Testing and Verification
  • Limited Application Layer Testing
  • Firewall and ACL Testing
  • Administrator Privileges Escalation Testing
  • Password Strength Testing
  • Network Equipment Security Controls Testing
  • Database Security Controls Testing
  • Internal Network Scan for Known Trojans
  • Third-Party/Vendor Security Configuration Testing

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