External penetration testing is a method to identify vulnerabilities in external-facing networks, systems, and applications that could be exploited by attackers. The process involves simulating an attack on the company’s external-facing systems and applications to identify vulnerabilities that could be exploited to gain unauthorized access to sensitive data or systems.
External Penetration testing can be performed in various ways, but the overall goal is to identify vulnerabilities that could be exploited by attackers. External penetration testing is performed from outside the company’s network to simulate an attack from an external source.
Below∅Day follows a well-defined and structured process to perform our testing. The process includes identifying the scope of the testing, performing reconnaissance to identify potential vulnerabilities, attempting to gain access to the target systems, and documenting the findings and recommendations for remediation.
Below∅Day’s expertise in external penetration testing comes from our experience in working with a wide range of clients in different industries, and from their commitment to staying up-to-date with the latest security techniques and tools. We also have a strong focus on customer satisfaction, ensuring that our clients receive a comprehensive report and ongoing support.