Ethical Hacking Service

Ethical Hacking Service

Dectect weaknesses before the hacker do

Cybercrime Happens Way More Than You Think!, determined and well-resourced. In an attempt to computer networks, systems and applications hacker use a wide range of tools and techniques. Ethical Hacking Service is a best way to understand how safely at your company network, we can help to preventing, detecting and responding to the latest attack methods.

What is ethical hacking?

Ethical hacking, also known as white-hat hacking or penetration testing, is a practice of deliberately and legally exploiting vulnerabilities in computer systems, networks, or applications with the permission and authorization of the system owner. The main objective of ethical hacking is to identify security weaknesses and vulnerabilities that malicious hackers could potentially exploit.

Ethical hackers, often referred to as penetration testers or cybersecurity professionals, use their knowledge and skills to simulate real-world cyberattacks and attempt to gain unauthorized access to systems or data. By doing so, they can assess the security posture of the target system and provide recommendations for improving its defenses.

Ethical hacking serves several purposes, including:

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Types of Ethical Hacking Assessments:

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This assessment focuses on identifying vulnerabilities and weaknesses in the external-facing network infrastructure, such as firewalls, routers, and web applications. Ethical hackers attempt to gain unauthorized access to the target network from an external perspective, simulating the actions of a malicious attacker.

In this assessment, ethical hackers operate from within the organization’s internal network. The objective is to identify vulnerabilities that could be exploited by an insider or an attacker who has gained unauthorized access to the internal network. It helps evaluate the effectiveness of internal security controls and assess the potential impact of a compromise from an internal perspective.

This assessment specifically focuses on identifying vulnerabilities in web applications, such as SQL injection, cross-site scripting (XSS), or insecure authentication mechanisms. Ethical hackers analyze the application’s code, inputs, and functionality to uncover potential security weaknesses that may allow unauthorized access or data manipulation.

This assessment examines the security of wireless networks, including Wi-Fi networks. Ethical hackers attempt to exploit vulnerabilities in wireless network configurations, encryption protocols, or weak passwords to gain unauthorized access or eavesdrop on network traffic. This type of assessment helps organizations ensure the security of their wireless networks and prevent unauthorized access.

Social engineering assessments involve testing the organization’s human element by attempting to manipulate employees into divulging sensitive information or performing actions that could compromise security. Ethical hackers may use techniques such as phishing, pretexting, or impersonation to assess the organization’s susceptibility to social engineering attacks. This assessment helps raise awareness about the importance of employee training and vigilance against social engineering tactics.

In this assessment, ethical hackers evaluate the physical security controls in place, such as access control systems, surveillance, and physical barriers. They attempt to gain physical access to restricted areas or sensitive information by exploiting vulnerabilities in physical security measures. This assessment helps organizations identify weaknesses in physical security and implement appropriate countermeasures.

Red team exercises involve comprehensive assessments that simulate realistic attack scenarios. Ethical hackers act as adversaries and attempt to breach the organization’s security defenses using a combination of different techniques and attack vectors. Red team exercises provide a holistic evaluation of an organization’s ability to detect, respond to, and mitigate sophisticated attacks.

Do you need ethical hacking service ?

Ethical hacking should be conducted on a regular basis to ensure the ongoing security and resilience of an organization’s systems and networks

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Wireless Network Penetration Test
Network Penetration Testing
Physical Security Assessment
Wireless Network Penetration Test