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IoT Penetration Testing – Discover the vulnerabilities in your Smart Devices with BreachLock™

Hardware Penetration Testing + Software Penetration Testing = BreachLock™ IoT Penetration Testing

Our services focus on deep inspection, reverse-engineering the hardware components, exploiting firmware, and other critical modules. Our objective is to reveal security vulnerabilities before hackers can take advantage of them.

Firmware Penetration Testing

We will examine the firmware to discover vulnerabilities such as a backdoor, buffer overflow, format string vulnerabilities to name a few. We examine firmware upgrade process and boot process to ensure that encryption and upgrade methods are executed in a secure manner.

Hardware Penetration Testing

Hardware device and Internet-of-Things focused penetration testing aims to identify flaws such as: Weak Passwords, Insecure Protocols, Insecure APIs, Insecure Communication Channels, Misconfigurations, authentication by pass vulnerabilities and many more.

Find Critical Vulnerabilities

Database injection, authentication failure, data leaks, XML exposure to external entities, brute force, access controls, and security misconfiguration are few examples of test cases that we include in our approach. We also test for business logic security flaws in your web applications.

Unlimited Online Support

Technical Support is available to assist with our test results. We will work closely with your IT team and partners to ensure that security gaps are identified and provide advice to help you address them. Our SaaS portal facilitates the whole workflow in an easy to manage way.

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A Complete IOT and Penetration Testing Solution

BreachLock™ provides end to end IOT and Application Security Testing as a Service

Attack Surface Assessment

Our team will analyze the attack surface of IoT systems and will assess the highest risk interface and communication. We take an adversary perspective and focus on the entry points that matter. Working closely with your team, we’ll create a customized approach covering the entire system and help you identify and mitigate the most critical vulnerabilities.

IoT Penetration Testing

Our penetration and system analysis testing will cover basic analysis to consider the whole ecosystem of the IoT technology is covered. We will cover every component and analyze its security posture from the hackers perspective. Our testing includes the IoT mobile application, cloud APIs, and hardware devices as well as mobile devices with standard or nonstandard firmware.

Hardware Penetration Testing

We will test the physical security and internal architecture of your hardware to determine the complete attack surface. Our approach may include component identification, firmware exploitation, identification of interfaces, and exploiting the device to bypass security controls, intercept and modify traffic or commands.

Transport Layer Security

We will test communications between various interfaces included ethernet, wifi, and Bluetooth. Our review focuses on the cryptographic strength of your encryption and the possibility to manipulate data in transit. We also fuzz the input to your device or application where possible. We will assess the complete communication pattern and report any security gaps we find backed with screenshots.

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BreachLock™ Penetration Testing Service 4-Step Methodology

Onboarding clients onto our SaaS

Before we begin testing, BreachLock™ along with your company will determine the full scope for your pentest. Clear and open discussion with the customer is integral at this step. All communication is facilitated via our cloud based, secure BreachLock Client Portal which enforces our methodical approach and promotes collaboration between teams. At this stage, we determine the organization’s infrastructure, such as domains, servers, and other devices with IP addresses. We then determine if any should be excluded and why. Once we have a list of all of the devices to include for testing, we can then define the exact duration of your penetration test service.

Executing Penetration Testing

We begin to attack vulnerabilities and known weak spots with your web application. We perform this step with the utmost care in order to protect both the web app and your data. We repeat the penetration process using both manual processes and automated tools. We use many methods such as those prescribed in OWASP methodology. Utilizing our SaaS, we are able to scan your systems in order to find the vulnerabilities that are putting your data at risk. The results of this phase are recorded in PDF and online reports that are made available to you within your secure BreachLock Client Portal.

Remediation of Vulnerabilities

The BreachLock™ team collects and compiles all of the obtained information and provides the customer with an initial penetration test report. We also include comprehensive recommendations to aid business leaders as well as the IT team in order to make logical decisions regarding web application security. We provide a list of each vulnerability, including how we tested and how we recommend resolving the risk. At this stage, we provide specific technical details using which the IT team can act quickly. Our online ticketing system can be used to ask any questions to BreachLock™ security researchers.

Retest for Validation of Fixes

After both the business leaders and the IT team are able to read the report and act during the remediation process, we will retest to determine the effectiveness of findings resolution. We will rerun our penetration test on the web application. As a result of the retest, you can download an updated report from within your BreachLock Client Portal. This report will either show a clean build, or a “patched” vs “not patched” status for each finding. If all vulnerabilities are solved, we will also issue you a security certificate valid for 12 months after your penetration test is over.

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