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Network Penetration testing

Small business often underestimate the risk of cyber attacks and assume they are safe from them. However, the truth is that small businesses are targeted by cybercriminals more often than they realize. In fact, 43% of all cyber attacks target small businesses. Unfortunately, only a small percentage of these businesses have effective measures in place to protect themselves from such attacks.

To ensure that your small business is not vulnerable to cyber attacks, it is essential to perform network penetration testing. This is a process of testing your computer network to identify potential vulnerabilities that can be exploited by hackers. Through penetration testing, you can assess the security of your network and determine whether your current security measures are adequate.

At KnoTra Global, we offer comprehensive network penetration testing services that can help protect your business from cyber-attacks. Our testing process is designed to provide a detailed report on your network security, including any vulnerabilities that need to be addressed. We work closely with our clients to develop customized security solutions that meet their unique needs and budgets. With our expertise and experience, you can rest assured that your business is well-protected against cyber threat.

Network penetration testing involves a series of steps aimed at identifying vulnerabilities in a system and testing its resistance to attacks. These steps typically include:

  • Planning: Defining the scope of the project and determining the objectives of the test.
  • Reconnaissance: Gathering all the necessary information about the target system, such as its IP addresses, open ports, and software versions.
  • Scanning: Using the information collected during reconnaissance to assess vulnerabilities in the system, such as missing patches, misconfigurations, or weak passwords.
  • Penetration attempt: Attempting to exploit the weaknesses and vulnerabilities identified during the scanning phase, using various tools and techniques.
  • Maintaining access: Testing whether the access obtained during the penetration attempt persists despite reboots, modifications, and system resets.
  • Exploitation: Conducting controlled attacks to test the effectiveness of countermeasures and the response of the system to different types of attacks.
  • Analysis and WAF configuration: Compiling a detailed report detailing the vulnerabilities, the nature of information accessed, and how long the pen tester maintained access to the system. Based on the findings, the system can be strengthened by configuring Web Application Firewalls (WAFs) or other security measures.

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