Your infrastructure can be comprised through your wireless network! Are you aware of it?
Wireless Penetration Testing
Insecure wireless network could enable an attacker to get easily access to your networks and data’s. Such vulnerable through any Wi-Fi security shortcomings is better to know about it sooner rather than later. And the Penetration testing which is conducted in a wireless network is called wireless penetration testing.
ValueMentor’s approach towards this is we conduct different type of wireless penetration testing like black box, white box, and grey box penetration testing with this we could evaluate you network and determine the security flaws. Furthermore, remedies are suggested to prevent it.
Penetration Testing Methodology
1. Planning & Preparation
Our team conducts this process to obtaining the required approvals from the management and determining the scope of the penetration testing to be carried out.
2. Information Gathering & Analysis
This stage involves identifying the required information to carry out Direct & Indirect Investigations.
3. Vulnerability Detection
This is the phase where the pen tester will interact with the target with an aim to identify the vulnerabilities.
4. Vulnerability Exploitation
This stage is used to understand if any of the vulnerabilities identified can be exploited.
5. Analysis & Reporting
It involves a detail report of vulnerabilities, risks discovered, a summary of penetration testing and information gathered in pen test.
6. Cleaning Up
Clean-up is a stage where the pen-tester will remove all the trace in which testing had done
Identifies and inventory wireless access points whose signal can be received at the Targeted Locations, whether physically located at or nearby the Targeted Locations. Additionally, the FTA’s signal leakage will be mapped to determine the amount of bleed over outside the Targeted Locations.
Will attempt to establish unauthorized connections with those access points physically located at the Targeted Locations.
A view through the FTA premises to identify and locate rogue access points and ad-hoc networks (those access points and networks not authorized by FTA) and then attempt to determine if they are connected to the FTA network.
- Access point security features review
- Security design review
- Controller configuration review