Thoroughly scrutinize your network for detecting and exploiting various security vulnerabilities.
Hackers don’t stop. Neither do we, we pentesting monthly as your security posture evolves.
Vulnerability Assessment & Penetration Testing
- provides an in-depth security assessment of external and internal network infrastructure and applications, internal network infrastructure, servers, and client devices
- exploits identified vulnerabilities and demonstrate those vulnerabilities’ impact in successful attack scenarios.
- Gather information on existing processes
- Passive and active reconnaissance
- IT and cybersecurity capability review
- External and internal network scanning
- Results analysis
- Preliminary reporting of potential vulnerabilities
- Internal and External Vulnerability Services
- Web Application Testing Services
- External Penetration Testing Security Vulnerabilities.
- Internal Penetration Testing Security Vulnerabilities.
- Final report preparation
- Final report deliverable
- Written executive summary
- Executive debrief
- Remediation guidance and support
Advanced Penetration Testing
Our security and penetration testing services are more than a simple vulnerability assessment. We actively attempt to circumvent security controls by carrying out exploits that take advantage of discovered vulnerabilities, revealing what an adversary would be able to do.
- Network Security Testing
- Internal Security Testing
- Web Application Security Testing
- Blockchain Security Testing
- Smart Contract Security Testing
- Mobile Security Testing
- Client-Side Security Testing
Advanced Blockchain Security Pentesting
Our team of blockchain security experts work in tandem with engineering teams to test and analyzes your engineering infrastructure environment for potential vulnerabilities. Complete security review of application and infrastructure code, logic, and functionality review for implementations of advanced cryptographic or ledger solutions.
- Fantom Smart Contract Audit
- BSC Smart Contract Audit
- Avalanche Smart Contract Audit
- Solana Smart Contact Audit
- Polygon Smart Contract Audit
- Blockchain Protocol Audit
- Ethereum Contact Audit
- Formal Verification
Our team not only finds and reports on security vulnerabilities and risks, we show you them by actually executing exploits without causing real damage. Our team will perform attack simulation after an approved scope of the attack engagement. This is to show your team successful exploits that CryptoArmor’s team performed on your applications. Our goal is to test your organization’s security controls in place and how your teams responds to security alerts from our offensive engagement.
- Comprehensive analysis and design for blockchain solutions using our security expertise.
- Our industry experts provide guidance and help with any need from your team building on blockchain and distributed ledger technology.
Advanced Security Services
Red Teaming has overlap with penetration testing and application security testing, but in addition to testing the technical mitigation aspects of your security stance, it also tests the humans and detection capabilities in your organization.
Red teaming activities range from stealthy recon and penetration of your defense, to working directly with your blue team/ SOC. Red teaming falls into two categories: Adversary Simulation and Technique Simulation.
- Adversary Simulation
- Technique Simulation
- Phishing Assessment
- Social Engineering Assessment
We identify vulnerability and weaknesses in our clients’ organizations
Thanks to the way we perform our test, we help our clients identify where they should target their cybersecurity investments
Penetration tests are optimal to identify non-compliant software, hardware or procedures that require work and attention in order to make the company comply with industry requirements
CryptoArmor creates detailed report at the end of a penetration test in order to inform the entire company, from technical employees to c-suite executives.
Penetration Testing FAQs
Penetration testing is a critical component of an organization’s security policy and should be performed regularly. Typically, it is recommended to conduct pen testing at least once a year. However, it is also essential to conduct pen testing when new systems or applications are added to the network, significant upgrades or configuration changes are made, and when the organization moves to a new facility. These additional tests can help ensure that new vulnerabilities are identified and addressed promptly.
The main objective of conducting a penetration test is to detect security weaknesses and vulnerabilities that can be exploited by a malicious attacker. By identifying these flaws beforehand, they can be remediated to prevent any potential attacks or unauthorized access to sensitive information.
A penetration test concludes with a detailed report highlighting the test results and providing recommendations to address any security vulnerabilities discovered. The testing team often collaborates with the organization being tested to remediate identified weaknesses, which may include follow-up testing to evaluate the effectiveness of the implemented solutions.
A pentest report is a document that outlines the findings, results, and recommendations from a penetration testing engagement. It includes information on any vulnerabilities or weaknesses that were identified, how they were exploited, and the potential impact of such vulnerabilities. The report also includes recommendations for remediation, which may include technical and non-technical measures to address the identified security issues. The goal of a pentest report is to provide actionable information that can be used to improve the security posture of the target organization.
The process of getting a pentest with CryptoArmor typically involves several steps:
- Initial consultation: The first step is to contact CryptoArmor and discuss your organization’s needs and goals for the penetration testing. This consultation can be done over the phone or via email.
- Scoping: Once the initial consultation is complete, the scope of the pentest will be defined. This includes determining which systems and applications will be tested, what type of testing will be performed (e.g. black-box, white-box, or gray-box), and what types of vulnerabilities will be targeted.
- Pre-engagement: Before the actual testing begins, CryptoArmor will work with you to prepare for the test. This may involve setting up test environments, collecting data and documentation, and coordinating with stakeholders.
- Penetration testing: During this phase, CryptoArmor will perform the actual testing according to the agreed-upon scope. The testing may involve using a variety of tools and techniques to identify vulnerabilities, such as network scanning, vulnerability scanning, social engineering, and exploitation.
- Reporting: After the testing is complete, CryptoArmor will provide a comprehensive report on the results of the test. This report will detail the vulnerabilities that were identified, the severity of each vulnerability, and recommendations for remediation.
- Remediation: CryptoArmor will work with your organization to address any vulnerabilities that were identified during the test. This may involve patching systems, reconfiguring applications, or implementing new security controls.
- Re-testing: In some cases, CryptoArmor may perform follow-up testing to verify that the recommended remediation steps have been effective.
Overall, the process of getting a pentest with CryptoArmor is designed to be collaborative and tailored to your organization’s specific needs and goals.
Trusted Security Experts
CryptoArmor’s goal to establish an advanced protection for digital assets. Experts helping build security solutions that align with business goals and objectives.
Our aim is to assist you in reducing risk and safeguarding your data. We collaborate with prominent corporations, organizations, and governments worldwide. We simplify protection of their sensitive data and adherence to relevant regulations.
We strive for perfection knowing that it’s never enough, which motivates us to do better and give all we have every time.