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An internal penetration test emulates an attacker on the inside of your network. This could be either an attacker who is successful in breaching the perimeter through another method or a malicious insider. The goal of the engineer in this assessment is to gain root and/or domain administrator level access on the network, and gain access to sensitive files.
Some of the questions this test will answer include:
- Once an attacker breaks into my network, what damage can they cause?
- If an internal employee goes rogue, what can they access?
- Can a lower privileged role gain access to more permissions?
Our internal penetration testing includes:
- Active and Passive network reconnaissance including traffic sniffing, port scanning, LDAP enumeration, SMB enumeration, etc.
- Vulnerability scan on all in-scope targets
- Spoofing and man-in-the-middle attacks
- Manual and automated exploit attempts
- Shared resource enumeration
- Password attacks
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Why Triaxiom Security?
We provide results that are holistic, quantifiable, and actionable, giving you the information you need to make data driven decisions that optimize your resources and protect what is most valuable to you.
Our world-class engineers are industry-certified and have a wealth of experience performing penetration tests from regional hospitals to Fortune-500 institutions and everything in between.
Our engineers are OSCP, CISSP, C|EH, QSA, GSEC, GCIH, GWAPT, and Security+ certified.
Built Around Real-World Threats
Our assessments are built to holistically evaluate your organization against specific threat vectors, emulating techniques currently used by attackers.
Meets Your Compliance Needs
Our methodology satisfies NIST, PCI, HIPAA, FISMA, ISO 27001, and GLBA/FFIEC requirements.
What Our Clients Are Saying
An Internal Penetration Test is conducted from within your network, taking the perspective of an attacker that has already gained a foothold by some other means (whether that is direct exploitation of a public facing system or via social engineering) or a malicious insider. This assessment uses a combination of automated and manual exploitation techniques […]
The majority of the time, an internal penetration test is conducted without any issues arising. However, there are a few things that can go wrong on an internal penetration test that deserve some consideration. In this blog, we will explore what can go wrong on an internal penetration test and what steps you can take to […]
In this blog, we will explore one of the more severe vulnerabilities we see on an internal penetration test: setting the local administrator password via GPO. Group Policy Objects (GPO) are used to push configuration items down to machines in an Active Directory environment. GPOs are really useful tools to make sure that systems are […]
In this blog, we are going to walk through one of the most common ways we get an initial foothold on a network during an internal penetration test: NBNS and LLMNR Spoofing. First, we’ll discuss what these two technologies are, then we’ll talk about how to exploit them and the potential impact. Finally, we’ll discuss […]
We often get asked what is the easiest way to prepare in order to improve the results of your penetration test. Whether it be to ensure your regulatory compliance, provide a clean penetration test report to a potential customer, or just to better your overall security posture, having a penetration test with fewer critical findings […]