Wireless Penetration Testing

We identify vulnerabilities in your wireless network by simulating real-world attack scenarios. We use automated and manual testing techniques to discover weak points in your network’s security, such as; WPA/WPA2/WPA3, WPA-Enterprise and Captive Portals, encryption weaknesses, rogue access points, and misconfigured access control lists

Our Methodology

Our team follows industry standards such as The Open Source Security Testing Methodology (OSSTMM) and The Penetration Testing Execution Standard (PTES) to ensure our comprehensive procedure for wireless pentesting is thorough and systematic. This ensures that we perform a comprehensive assessment of wireless networks and devices.

Penetration Testing Execution Standard (PTES)

Penetration Testing Execution Standard (PTES)

    1. Pre-engagement interactions
    2. Intelligence Gathering
    3. Threat Modeling
    4. Vulnerability Analysis
    5. Exploitation
    6. Post Exploitation
    7. Reporting
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Open Source Security Testing Methodology Manual (OSSTMM)


    1. Posture Review
    2. Logistics
    3. Active Detection Verification
    4. Visibility Audit
    5. Access Verification
    6. Trust Verification
    7. Controls Verification
    8. Process Verification
    9. Configuration Verification
    10. Property Validation
    11. Read more below
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Our Approach

Network discovery and Mapping
Network discovery and mapping using tools like Netstumbler, Kismet, or Aircrack-ng.
Network scanning and Enumeration
Network scanning and enumeration to identify active devices and services, and to fingerprint wireless access points (APs) using tools like Nmap, Wifite and the Aircrack-ng toolkit.
Network Penetration Testing
Network penetration testing to identify vulnerabilities in encryption, authentication, and other security mechanisms using tools like Aircrack-ng, Reaver, Wifite and Aircrack-ng toolkit.
Network Exploitation
Network exploitation to gain access to sensitive data or systems using techniques like rogue APs, evil twins, or man-in-the-middle attacks.
Reporting and Remediation
Reporting and remediation recommendations based on the findings of the wireless pentesting engagement.
Follow-up / Re-Testing
Conduct additional testing to ensure the remediation measures have successfully addressed the identified vulnerabilities.
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