Wireless penetration testing involves identifying and examining the connections between all devices connected to the business's wifi. These devices include laptops, tablets, smartphones, and any other internet of things (IoT) devices. We perform Man-in-the-Middle Attack, evaluate WPA password strength, perform evil twin attacks, conduct WPA-Enterprise bypassing attacks, and evaluate network visibility and segmentation. we exploit wireless services in your network. This can include:
● WiFi Networks
● Wireless Devices (keyboard, mouse, printer etc.)
● Cellular Networks
● Bluetooth Devices
● RF Technologies, like RFID
Commonly Used Tools
The following tools are commonly used during our wireless pentesting:
A penetration test is based on a five-phase methodology : Planning, Reconnaissance, Scanning, Exploitation / Post Exploitation and Reporting.Read More
determining the scope, requirements, backups, restrictions and agreements.
test goals are defined and gathering different kinds of information about the target.
scanning tools are used to understand how a target responds to intrusions.
taking controls over network devices and web applications and then maintaining that access.
outcome of the pentest : summary, purpose, scope, vulnerabilities, recommendations etc.