Vuntie - cloud penetration test




Our approach to internal penetration testing is strategic, comprehensive, and tailored to your unique needs. We employ a variety of methodologies, including 'white box', 'black box', and 'grey box' testing, to provide a thorough assessment of your internal network. The process typically involves several stages:

Reconnaissance: This is the initial stage where we gather as much information as possible about the target systems and network. This includes understanding the network topology, system configurations, and identifying potential entry points. This information helps us understand the structure and vulnerabilities of your network.

Scanning: In this stage, we use automated tools and manual techniques to identify potential vulnerabilities in the target systems. We perform a thorough scan of your network to identify weak points that could be exploited by an attacker.

Gaining Access: Here, we exploit the identified vulnerabilities to gain access to the system or network. This step simulates the actions of a potential attacker and helps us understand how an actual attack might occur.

Maintaining Access: In this stage, we attempt to sustain the gained access over time, simulating a persistent threat. This step tests the resilience of your network against ongoing attacks and helps us understand how well your network can withstand persistent threats.

Analysis: This is the final stage where we analyze the results of the test, pinpoint the exploited vulnerabilities, and recommend mitigation strategies. This step provides you with actionable insights to improve your security posture. We provide a detailed report outlining our findings, the potential impact of the identified vulnerabilities, and recommendations for improving your network security.

vuntie approach to internal penetration testing


At Vuntie, our methodology is more than just a series of steps—it's a philosophy that guides everything we do. We believe in a comprehensive, agile, and strategic approach to internal penetration testing that not only identifies and addresses vulnerabilities but also empowers your organization to maintain a robust defense against social engineering attacks.

Blending Best Practices: We combine the best practices from well-known methodologies such as OWASP, PTES, ISSAF, and NIST with the agility of Scrum and DevOps. This unique blend allows us to adapt quickly to new threats and changes in your IT environment.

Continuous Pentesting: Our primary approach involves performing integral and incremental pentests at every stage of the development process. This allows us to detect and fix vulnerabilities promptly, ensuring that your systems are always protected.

Tailored Solutions: We understand that every organization is unique. That's why we tailor our methodology to meet the specific needs and challenges of your organization. Whether you're a small business or a large corporation, we can create a testing strategy that's just right for you.

Advanced Tools: We use only the most reliable and practical tools for penetration testing, including Kali Linux, Metasploit, Nmap, Aircrack-ng, Burp Suite, OWASP ZAP, and John the Ripper. Our commitment to using the best tools guarantees accurate and comprehensive results for our clients.

Commitment to Innovation: At Vuntie, we are committed to providing innovative cybersecurity products and technologies with the mission to defend human rights globally and challenge evil. Our highly skilled team provides unparalleled cybersecurity and hardware engineering services, utilizing the same tactics as cyber criminals to ensure the best defense for our global clients.

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Vuntie External penetration testing


At the heart of our services is a thorough internal penetration testing protocol. We've designed it to identify and confront the most critical vulnerabilities in all kind of external systems. We do this because we understand how devastating these threats can be to your infrastructure.
  • Privilege Escalation
Protocol Insecurity
Password Weakness
Software Unpatched
Permission Misconfigurations
Segmentation Inadequate
API Insecurity
Data Leakage
Application Insecurity
Unencrypted Transfers
Detection Insufficiency
Logging Insufficient
Database Unsecured
File Insecurity
Devices Unmanaged
Access Rogue
"Insider Threats"
Engineering Vulnerabilities
Vuntie academic research external penetration testing


At Vuntie, we strive to stay ahead of the ever-changing cybersecurity landscape. We rely on the latest academic research to optimize our penetration testing methods to achieve this. By staying current with the latest trends, we can better identify and address potential vulnerabilities and secure our client's networks and systems. Below are some excellent examples of academic resources related to internal penetration testing.