Network Security Assesement

Secure Your Network Against Unwanted Intruders

A network security assessment is an audit designed to find security vulnerabilities that are at risk of being exploited, could cause harm to business operations or could expose sensitive information. The purpose of a network security assessment is to keep your network, devices, and sensitive data secured from unauthorized access by discovering potential attack vectors from inside and outside of your internal network

  • Windows Server / Workstation

  • Linux Server / Workstation

  • Segmented Networks

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Introduction

In Penetration Testing attempt are made to exploit the vulnerabilities to determine whether unauthorized access or other malicious activities in the web application. A penetration test will involve exploiting the network, servers, computers, firewalls, etc., to uncover vulnerabilities and highlight the practical risks involved with the identified vulnerabilities. Together, Penetration testing and Vulnerability assessment provide a detailed picture of the flaws that exist in web application and the risks associated with those flaws.

Methodology

The testing approach changes as per the clients Customizable objectives. However, we follow the standard methodology :

Defining the scope and goals of a test, including the systems to be addressed and the testing methods to be used. Gathering intelligence (e.g., network and domain names, mail server, network topology, IP addresses) in recon phase to better understand how a target works and its potential vulnerabilities

Planning and
Reconnaissance

We collect as much information as they can on the target, employing a myriad of OSINT (Open Source Intelligence) tools and techniques. The assembled information will assist us with understanding the working states of the association, which permits us to evaluate the risk precisely as the engagement progresses

Information
Gathering

In this step, we initiate both manual tests using Burpsuite tool & automated security scan using our scanners to find all possible attack vectors & vulnerabilities. After this, we run exploits on the application to evaluate its security. We use different methods and open-source scripts and in-house tools to gain a high degree of penetration.

Penetration
Testing

This is the Final assessment cycle where we highlight the attack vectors, Payloads, require tools, Proofs of concept, steps to replicate the vulnerability, Preventive measures, Overall Risk Score, etc. in a well-organized standard report.

VAPT Report
Generation

Once the process is completed our team will discuss the report with the developer on an debrief call where a comprehensive discussion will be carried out to fix the reported vulnerabilities within the decided remediation timelines. The team will provide detailed closure or remediation report which reflects the more secure state of the application.

Debrief
Ongoing support

How we work?

We follow a systematic and yet agile approach to test website security. This helps our customers gain an extremely accurate and elaborate results along with a knowledge base and years of experience on the subject matter. We follow PCI DSS, OWASP Top 10 standards to find and report vulnerabilities. While performing the web application penetration testing, we follow an elaborate and technical checklist of attacks. It is called as Web server Security Attacks Checklist, and is updated regularly, as the attack vectors for web applications change over the period of time.

Before testing starts:

  • Sign NDA and Test Schedule
  • Freeze on scope during the demo call
  • Discuss Architecture, functionalities, user roles
  • Share prerequisites like Creds, urls, ips, apks/ipa.
  • Allocate single point of contact

After Testing:

  • Analyze issues
  • Remove False positives
  • Draft Report with POC

During Testing:

  • Black box testing
  • Gray box testing
  • Automatic and Manual Testing
  • Testing Phases
  • Reconnaissance

  • Scanning
  • Gaining Access
  • Maintaining Access
  • Covering Tracks
  • Gathering Logs

Testing Outcome:

  • Detailed technical report (OWASP Top 10 Standard)
  • Executive summary
  • High level fixation solutions
  • Certificate of testing completion (optional)

Why us?

The most frequent application vulnerabilities are not very different from the OWASP top 10 list.

Achieving Client Goals

We understand client requirements and help them fulfill their goals

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NIST Standards

We follow NIST standards for Network Security Assessments

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Consultation and Recommendations for Long-Term Improvement

We believing in parterning with the client for Long-Term Improvement

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Extra efforts to improve Security Posture of client Infra

We believe in improving the security standard of client's infrastructure

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Simple Remediation Checklist

We provide understandable remediation checklist

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What do you get?

You will get the following along with technical and tactical recommendations :

End-to-End Assessment

Understand the major network vulnerabilities that affect your infrastructure.

High-Level Executive Report

A detailed report containing the vulnerabilities identified during penetration testing.

Checklist to remediate detected vulnerabilities

High-level identified attack checklist to mitigate the network loopholes

Extra efforts to improve Security Posture of client Infra

Support from our team to fix the issues and ensure that identified vulnerabilities do not arise again.

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