At Redfox Security, an external network penetration test reveals security vulnerabilities that attackers can leverage to steal company data. Our comprehensive reports address encryption, patching, and other vulnerabilities while addressing an organization’s preparedness against external network breaches.
To address an organization’s external posture, Redfox Security has been using various penetration testing methodologies. These include (but are not limited to) the following:
- Discovering and exploiting security vulnerabilities,
- Finding and infiltrating administrative services and applications,
- Discovering firewall misconfiguration,
- Other techniques and procedures.
The testing will identify possible remote attack paths. We will show you how to reproduce the findings as well as give you suitable recommendations. External network penetration testing should be done at least once a year or at the bare minimum after substantial network upgrades to internet-facing systems and services.