Network Penetration Testing

What is Network Pen Testing?
Networks are a crucial element of all business, connecting assets so they can interact with one another. An outbreak on a system of networks can be disastrous, as the threat actor may effortlessly gain access to all equipment inside that network. It endeavours to minimise the risk of such malicious deeds by discovering vulnerabilities before the intruders do. Pen testers focus on exploiting and revealing security gaps on diverse varieties of networks, associated accessories like routers and switches, and network hosts. It strives to exploit flaws in these domains, like weak passphrases or misconfigured network infrastructure to gain access to mission-critical information.

The Value of a Third Party

Getting an unbiased view from the third-party security assessment team is crucial.

Network Penetration Testing is imperative to outsmart the malicious moves of an intruder.
Black-Hat Pen Test
White-Hat Pen Test
Grey-Hat Pen Test
external penetration test
security assessment!

External networks comprise all public networks, including the internet at large. Threat actors venture to gain access to an organisation’s internal systems by leveraging these public-facing assets. Since many enterprise apps, like mail servers, websites, or even customer portals, sustain a nexus to these outside networks, they can present a doorway if not adequately protected. Adversaries may strive to snatch sensitive data, or take authority of an asset and use it for their malicious purposes, like crypto mining or as part of a botnet. External pen testers strive to find security flaws in the front-facing perimeter. Or venture to circumvent them all together with tactics like a spear-phishing campaign or additional social engineering techniques.
OMVAPT’s external network penetration and security assessment methodology covers cloud networks in the Penetration Testing scope.

Internal networks are those utilised entirely by employees within an organisation, like an intranet or any network using a private IP address. Intrusion attempts on internal networks can be astonishingly threatening, as most sensitive or classified data is present within a company’s intranet. Disgruntled employees or ex-employees profess a remarkably substantial risk since they already have access to specific private networks. Internal Pen Testers simulate the role of a disgruntled employee. Or a threat actor who has stolen credentials to illustrate potential flaws, like orphaned accounts or poorly managed access privileges.

Internal penetration test
security assessment of the internal networks!

OMVAPT’s Network Pen Testing 


Advanced Adversarial Attack Simulation

Penetration Testing solutions unveils vulnerabilities that could exist in your networks, creating real-world attack scenarios in a controlled and contained environment. From the information collection phase to the exploitation of the discovery, OMVAPT’s Security team decides the attack path as a real intruder.

Initial Access – Network
1. Exploit Public-Facing Apps.
Execution – Network
1. Command & Scripting Interpreter.
Persistence – Network
1. Pre-OS Boot.
2. Traffic Signalling.
Defense Evasion – Network

1. Modify Authentication Process.
2. Modify System Image.
3. Network Boundary. Bridging.
4. Pre-OS Boot.
5. Traffic Signalling.
6. Weaken Encryption.
Credential Access – Network
1. Input Capture
2. Modify the Authentication Process.
Collection – Network
1. Data from Configuration Repository.
2. Input Capture.
Command and Control – Network
1. Non-Application Layer Protocol.
2. Proxy.
3. Traffic Signalling.
Exfiltration – Network
1. Automated Exfiltration.
white hat pen test
Comprehensive knowledge on your company’s network. Perfect for finding the insider threats.
black hat pen test
Zero-knowledge on your company’s infrastructure. Perfect for simulating attacks like a real adversary.
grey hat pen test
Partial knowledge on your company’s infrastructure such as the basic network topology.
network pen test


Our comprehensive report allows your IT team to prioritise fixes based on valuable insights, including

  • Simple to comprehend the adversarial way.
  • Proof of Concept (PoC) for all classified vulnerability.
  • An evaluation like vulnerability exploitation.
  • Risk rating for each vulnerability based on adversarial probability or likelihood.
  • Risk Mitigations and security recommendations for building resilient cyber networks.
  • Learning the baseline of your organisation’s network.
  • You will be discovering the security posture of your overall organisation, starting from the system of the network.
  • Mitigate the high-severity network vulnerabilities and network intrusion attempts. 
  • Minimise global security vulnerabilities. 
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