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Network Penetration Testing

What is Network Security Testing?

Network testing is a method of evaluating the current state security of the Network including internal, external security assessment and device-level security policies throughout a network to detect and illustrate flaws and assess hazards.

At Adiroha, we use a precisely planned procedure for identifying and prioritizing the most susceptible elements of your network in our penetration testing methodology. A network penetration test’s main goal is to find exploitable vulnerabilities in networks, network devices, systems, and hosts so that they may be corrected before a hacker can discover and exploit them.

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    Network Penetration Testing Methodology

    Adiroha employs globally approved and industry-standard frameworks in each network penetration test it does. The structure is based on the industry standard guidelines like Penetration Testing Execution Standard (PTES) and the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) at a minimum, but it goes well beyond that.

    This entails vulnerability analysis, which includes examining the output of various security tools as well as manual testing procedures. A network vulnerability assessment entails a variety of tasks like –

    • Threats to the network must be identified, prioritized, and quantified
    • Checks for security control
    • Analyzing network defenses against network-based assaults such as local privilege attacks, network intrusion, port scanning, and brute-force attacks, among others.

    Adiroha is a CERT-In Empanelled Security Auditor

    We Comply with all the Top IT Security Testing Guidelines

    Cloud Web Based App Testing Methodology

    Our team of Professional Experts employs best-in-Industry security standards including

    Wireless VAPT Methodology

    The client will provide target information after the project is launched. In the case of wireless penetration testing, the information gathered will include a list of all SSIDs and MAC Addresses that are in scope. In addition, before the project is scheduled, a list of all the places and structures is compiled at this stage of testing.

    1. Site Survey
    2. Unauthorized Access Attempts
    3. Post-Authentication

    We give a full network analysis and executive summary with appropriate remediation measures when our assessment is completed. We strive to offer reports that are clear and simple and include the following information:

    • Executive Summary
    • Identified Vulnerabilities and Risk Ratings
    • Detailed Risk Remediation Steps

    Configuration Auditing Methodology

    The goal of this methodology is to use a security audit to assess the security of an organization’s network devices and find weaknesses. The detection technique of simple scanning software isn’t enough for our auditing methodology. We identify and prioritize your network’s most vulnerable locations, as well as provide actionable recommendations.

    The client’s scoping/target information will be obtained after the project is launched. This information will be included in a Windows/ Linux/other type of server configuration review:

    • IP Addresses of the systems/ Servers in scope 
    • Read only Administrator- level Credentials (All configured settings without the ability to modify)
    • Any required access information (E.g. – VPN credentials)

    Planning / Execution

    Windows-Based System Config Audit Test Cases

    Linux-based System Config Audit Test Case

    SQL Database Config Audit Test Case

    Firewall Auditing Methodology

    The client’s scoping/target information will be obtained after the project is launched. This information will be included in a firewall setup review:

    • IP Addresses and URLs for the firewalls in scope
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    • Read Only Administrator-level credentials
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    • Any required access information (E.g. – VPN credentials)

    Planning / Execution

    Security Configuration Review

    Firewall Rule-Set Review

    Firewall Auditing Test Case

    Reporting

    Router Auditing Methodology

    After initiating the project, scoping/target information will be collected from the client. In the case of a router configuration review, this information will include:

    • Configuration files of routers in scope
    • Any additional requirements

    Planning / Execution

    Security Configuration Review

    Router Auditing Test Cases

    Reporting

    BYOD Configuration Methodology

    The purpose of this methodology is to configure and review the BYOD onboarding procedure. It is assumed that the BYOD onboarding process (for example, ISE) is already up and running, with certificates configured and Active Directory integrated.

    After initiating the project, scoping/target information will be collected from the client. In the case of a BYOD configuration review, this information will include:

    • All the device information in scope 
    • Any additional requirements

    Planning / Execution

    Security Configuration Review

    BYOD Auditing Test Case

    Reporting

    Tools Used

    We use industry benchmark security testing tools across each of the IT infrastructure as per the business and technical requirements.
    Below are few from many of the tools we use:

    Burpsuite

    Nipper

    Nmap

    Nikto

    Metasploit

    OpenVAS

    Aircrack-ng

    Wireshark

    John the Ripper

    Frequently Asked Questions

    Browse through the FAQs given below to find answers to the commonly raised questions related to the VAPT services

    The primary objective of cloud penetration testing and security asessment is to identify exploitable vulnerabilities in cloud-based servers, web applications, networks, systems, hosts, and network devices (ie: routers, switches, etc.) before hackers are able to discover and exploit them. Cloud security testing will reveal real-world cloud security threats that may enable hackers to compromise cloud-based systems, servers, and web applications. These vulnerabilities can provide hackers with unauthorized access to sensitive data or even allow them to take over systems for malicious/non-business purposes.

    Strengthening cloud Security includes securing the respective firewalls, tokenization, avoiding public internet connections, cloud penetration testing, obfuscation, and virtual private networks (VPN). Cloud security is a major form of cyber security.

    The aim of both cloud security testing and normal security testing is to provide maximum security to the data hosted inside. However, the conventional server includes maintenance costs, and handling the security of on-premise servers/applications can get tricky at times. Having cloud Infrastructure is more scalable, faster, and more cost-effective. A cloud approach may be the better solution.

    Cloud Server testing includes testing for account permissions, applications, services, files, directories, and partitions as well as testing for policies, open ports, server certificates, network security settings, network access controls, auditing and logging, users, groups, system updates, and patches.

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