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.


At Below∅Day, we know what we’re good at and we stick to it – red team services.

Internal & Cloud Penetration Testing

Our testing team will connect (remotely or on-site) to your internal network, simulating an attack as if a malicious actor were inside the network.

External Penetration Testing

Simulated attack acting as a malicious actor from the internet. We will test your external facing sites and services, as a real hacker would.

Web Application Testing

Pre-release and Production web application testing. This test is a complete and comprehensive analysis of your web application, looking for vulnerabilities and weaknesses in both front-end and back-end systems.

Server and Desktop Application Testing

Windows, Linux, or MacOS application testing. Both client and server-side security assessment of pre-production or production applications.

Wireless Penetration Testing

Wireless networks often spread over much larger areas than desired, leaving a greater footprint of your network to be attacked.

Mobile Testing

Mobile application penetration testing is the process of identifying and exploiting vulnerabilities in a mobile application to ensure that it is secure against external attacks.

PCI Penetration Testing

PCI Penetration Testing is a security assessment process that identifies vulnerabilities in a company’s network and systems to ensure compliance with the Payment Card Industry Data Security Standards (PCI DSS).

Industrial Controls Systems Penetration Testing

Industrial control systems penetration testing involves simulating cyber attacks on critical infrastructure to identify vulnerabilities and improve security measures.

Phishing Services

Phishing services simulates attacks on an organization’s employees to assess their susceptibility to phishing attempts and identify potential security weaknesses.