Loading...
Wireless Penetration Testing | Redbot Security2022-05-19T20:08:04+00:00

Onsite Wireless Penetration Testing

Manual Controlled Penetration Testing

Wireless Penetration Testing is a proactive step your company can take to ensure the security of your wireless networks. Redbot Security industry’s most comprehensive onsite wireless security testing.

Learn more

Comprehensive Onsite Testing 

Phase 1

Wireless Reconnaissance

Phase 2

Rogue Access Point Detection

Phase 3

Wireless Encryption Cracking

Phase 4

Wireless Client-based Attacks

During our wireless testing, we identify the number of access points, and types of encryption used, as well as construct graphical representations of this data so that it can be easily conveyed. In addition, we will identifying any rogue access point attached to the network and we will attempt to crack any weak encryption methods being used in the wireless implementations.

Finally, Wireless Client-based Attacks are deployed,  leveraging weaknesses in the client in an attempt to gain access to the wireless network. Redbot Security will deploy a rogue access point that will capture usernames and passwords in real-time.   In addition, Redbot Security will setup (if WPA2/Enterprise is being used) a rogue access point that will crack the passwords of any clients that connect to it.

Learn more

Penetration Testing Experts

Senior Level Personnel within Redbot Security’s combined Penetration Testing Team certifications:

Amazon Web Services Cloud Practitioner, CompTIA A+ CISSP, Certified Cloudera Administrator for Hadoop (CCAH), Certified Ethical Hacker (CEH), Cisco Certified Network Associate (CCNA), GIAC CompTIA Linux+, Marine Corp Red Team Operator, Metasploit Professional, Certified Specialist Nexpose, Certified Administrator (NCA,) Microsoft Certified Professional (MCP), CompTIA Network+, CompTIA IT, Operations Specialist (CIOS), CompTIA Secure Infrastructure Specialist (CSIS), Offensive Security Certified Professional (OSCP), GIAC Certified Penetration Tester (GPEN), Metasploit Professional, Certified Specialist Rapid7, Advanced Vulnerability Manager Rapid7, Network Assault Certified Rapid7, Application Assault Certified, GIAC Exploit Researcher, Advanced Penetration Tester (GXPN), GIAC Mobile Device Security Analyst (GMOB), GIAC Advanced Smartphone Forensics (GASF), GIAC Reverse Engineering Malware (GREM), GIAC Network Forensics Analyst (GNFA), GIAC Certified Intrusion Analyst (GCFA), GIAC Certified Forensic Examiner (GCFE), GIAC Security Essentials (GSEC), Portswigger Burpsuite Certified Practitioner, Cisco Certified Network Associate (CCNA), Cisco Certified Network Associate-wireless, CompTIA Network+, US Navy Joint Cyber Analyst Course (JCAC)

Learn more

Proof of Concept

Data that is useful!

Testing is useless unless it achieves actionable results. With Redbot you get reports written by experts that highlight key data and exactly how targets were compromised as well as recommendations on best practices along with complete review of remediation recommendations.

Learn More

Redbot Security Customer Reviews

RedBot Security is extremely professional and detail oriented and extremely easy to work with. I would rate them A++ or a 5. The report provided was detailed and written to easily turn it into action items to correct.

google review

Highly Recommended~!! the team at Redbot was efficient, friendly, ultra reliable and a great pleasure to work with. We had a demanding customer timeline for our requirement and Redbot did exactly what was needed for our testing and exceeded at every instance to help us meet our goal. Super Redbot team and thank you all very much again!

Google Review
Worked with us and kept us updated throughout the entire process, provided a detailed pen test report along with recommendations and suggestions. Very professional and for the quality a very reasonable price! Would happily use them again.
Google Review

Great company to work with. I’m glad I picked Redbot for my security audits as everyone there are talented and very easy to work with. They deliver on their promises and work hard towards making you aware of any potential threats or issues in your IT infrastructure as well as following up with you to ensure that any issues have been corrected. I would recommend this company to anyone who’s looking to improve their network and IT infrastructure with best practices.

Google Review

I made several calls, shopped around and from the first email no one compares. My goal was to protect our users both patient and physician from any open doors. They delivered way within timeline and exceeded all of my expectations. Do not waste your time calling anyone else. They are simply the best!

Google Review

The entire team at Redbot was fantastic to deal with throughout the process!

Google Review

Another fantastic work. Scanning and identifying the issues in a timely fashion was impressive. Their professional suggestions were highly helpful. Looking forward to continuing working with Redbot Security!

Google Review

It was a pleasure to work with RedBot security to perform an external penetration test for us (GYANT.com). Everyone I’ve interacted with is very professional and responsive. The penn test was thorough and well-documented. I also appreciate the prompt re-test.

Google Review
Contact Us!

What is an Evil Twin Attack?

An evil twin is a fake Wi-Fi access point that appears to be legitimate but is set up to eavesdrop on wireless communications. The evil twin is the wireless LAN equivalent of the phishing scam.

This attack is quite often used to steal the passwords of unsuspecting users, either by monitoring their connections or by phishing, which involves setting up a fraudulent web site and luring people there.

Captive Portal

One of the most commonly used and easy to deploy attacks for evil twins, is called a captive portal. The attacker or bad actor creates a fake wireless access point (evil twin) that has a similar SSID to one you are using at Starbucks, Hotels, your business etc. The hacker then delivers a Denial-of-service attack to the access point you are connected to, which will cause that AP to go off line. The hacker knows you will connect to the fake access point automatically since it is similar to the real one (legitimate) one. At this point you are led to a web portal to sign in and the hacker gains access to your password.

Ask us about our manual controlled spear phishing and vishing services. Redbot Security utilizes real-world hacker techniques and not automated training campaigns. 95% of our client approved spear phishing campaigns are successful, allowing us to gain complete control of a client’s internal network… in hours not days.

Did you know?

according to outpost24 who surveyed 200 security professionals

71% believes they are not doing enough to protect against rogue access points
69% are not performing weekly security checks
61% say BYOD poses the biggest wireless threat
53% don’t know how many devices are connected to their network
only 33% are confident they could prevent a wireless attack

Since COVID-19, the US FBI reported a 300% increase in reported cybercrimes

Does Redbot Security provide Social Engineering?2022-07-26T17:55:14+00:00

Yes, Redbot Security provides both physical and electronic Social Engineering and will utilize real word tactics to simulate an attack on a company.

What is Redbot Security’s Manual Controlled Penetration Testing?2022-07-26T17:53:52+00:00

REDBOT SECURITY – MCPT® IS A CONTROLLED ASSESSMENT OF NETWORKS AND APPLICATIONS – SAFELY IDENTIFYING AND VALIDATING REAL WORLD VULNERABILITIES THAT ARE POTENTIALLY EXPLOITABLE. MCPT REMOVES FALSE POSITIVES – CREATING DETAILED REMEDIATION STEPS RESOLVING NETWORK AND APPLICATION SECURITY ISSUES QUICKLY.

What Framework does Redbot Security follow?2022-07-26T17:52:04+00:00

REDBOT SECURITY’S HYBRID APPROACH TO PENETRATION TESTING SOURCES INDUSTRY-LEADING FRAMEWORKS AND COMBINES SENIOR-LEVEL TALENT WITH OVER 20 YEARS OF EXPERIENCE TO TAILOR ALL CLIENT ENGAGEMENTS. SOME FRAMEWORKS AND TESTING GUIDES LEVERAGED BY REDBOT SECURITY INCLUDE:

  • NIST SPECIAL PUBLICATION 800-115
  • PCI PENETRATION TESTING GUIDE
  • OPEN WEB APPLICATION SECURITY PROJECT
  • OWASP WSTGV4
  • OWASP TOP 10 LISTS
  • OWASP SECURITY PROJECTS
  • PENETRATION TESTING EXECUTION STANDARD (PTES)
  • OPEN-SOURCE SECURITY TESTING METHODOLOGY MANUAL (OSSTMM)
  • INFORMATION SYSTEMS SECURITY ASSESSMENT FRAMEWORK (ISSAF)
  • MITRE ATT&CK FRAMEWORK
Does Redbot Security have verifiable certifications?2022-07-26T17:50:19+00:00

Yes, the combined team list only certifications that are verifiable.  The current team certifications are as follows:

Amazon Web Services Cloud Practitioner, CompTIA A+ CISSP, Certified Cloudera Administrator for Hadoop (CCAH), Certified Ethical Hacker (CEH), Cisco Certified Network Associate (CCNA), GIAC, CompTIA Linux+, Marine Corp Red Team Operator, Metasploit Professional, Certified Specialist, Nexpose, Certified Administrator (NCA,) Microsoft Certified Professional (MCP), CompTIA Network+, CompTIA IT, Operations Specialist (CIOS), CompTIA Secure Infrastructure Specialist (CSIS), Offensive Security Certified Professional (OSCP), GIAC Certified Penetration Tester (GPEN), Metasploit Professional, Certified Specialist Rapid7, Advanced Vulnerability Manager Rapid7, Network Assault Certified Rapid7, Application Assault Certified, GIAC Exploit Researcher, Advanced Penetration Tester (GXPN), GIAC Mobile Device Security Analyst (GMOB), GIAC Advanced Smartphone Forensics (GASF), GIAC Reverse Engineering Malware (GREM), GIAC Network Forensics Analyst (GNFA), GIAC Certified Intrusion Analyst (GCFA), GIAC Certified Forensic Examiner (GCFE), GIAC Security Essentials (GSEC), Portswigger Burpsuite Certified Practitioner, Cisco Certified Network Associate (CCNA), Cisco Certified Network Associate-wireless, Certified Ethical Hacker (CEH), CompTIA Network+US Navy, Joint Cyber Analyst Course (JCAC)

Does Redbot Security employ US Based Engineers?2022-07-26T17:47:41+00:00

Yes, due to security reasons, Redbot Security’s Engineering team is 100% U.S. based, background checked and certified Full-time employees.

How long has Redbot Security been in business?2022-07-26T17:44:23+00:00

The company started as a VAR, partnering with Palo Alto, Fortinet and HPE in 2016 and transitioned to Pen-testing Company early 2019.

Does Redbot Security provide MDR?2022-07-26T17:41:57+00:00

No Redbot Security no longer provides managed services and focuses on Penetration Testing only.

Does Redbot Security share a sample report?2022-07-26T17:40:19+00:00

Yes, Redbot Security will share a sample report with potential clients that sign a Mutual NDA and have a valid project.

Is Redbot Security hiring?2022-07-26T17:38:58+00:00

Yes, Redbot Security is always on the lookout for top talent and pays the industry’s top pay.  You can learn more about opportunities on Redbot Security’s career page.

Does Redbot Security have a corporate office?2022-07-26T17:38:01+00:00

Yes. Redbot Security is located in the heart of Downtown Denver at the Dominion Towers.  Redbot Security’s Corporate office address is 600 17th Street, Denver, Colorado, USA.

Who is Redbot Security’s lead engineer?2022-07-26T17:37:56+00:00

Redbot Security’s principal security engineer is Andrew Bindner who is also Redbot Security’s CSO.  Andrew  was formerly a manager at Rapid7 and Coalfire Sr. Penetration Tester with 20+ years of hands-on security experience leading teams or working individually on highly technical engagements for a wide variety of commercial and government industries in IT and security.

Does Redbot Security have to be onsite to test?2022-07-26T17:37:50+00:00

No. Redbot Security can test from a remote perspective, however many times with critical system testing Redbot Security will recommend onsite testing.

Does Redbot Security Test Critical Infrastructure?2022-07-26T17:37:42+00:00

Yes.  Redbot Security provides Industrial testing of ICS/SCADA networks that operate water, electric, manufacturing, transportation and more.

Who is Redbot Security?2022-07-27T18:47:42+00:00

Redbot Security is a U.S. based Boutique Penetration Testing company that specializes in Network and Application Testing.  The company employs a small group of highly talented and experienced Sr. Level Engineers.

How do we schedule our service with Redbot Security?2022-07-26T17:28:19+00:00

Service scheduling is easy.  The first step is to contact us via our contact form and let us know what type of project you have.  Once we determine scope we provide a quick cost estimate.  When the estimate is approved we issue a contract and begin scheduling of your project.  We are rapid in our response, delivery of estimate and scheduling.

Does Redbot Security Provide Retesting?2022-07-26T17:28:10+00:00

Yes,  After your initial penetration test is performed, we deliver your 1st report that has proof of exploits and remediation steps to take to fix issues.  Once your company remediates findings, Redbot Security will perform a retest to validate that your issues have been resolved.  We then deliver a final report and client letter of attestation (if needed).  All of our retesting is built-in to our pricing model.

What does it cost?2021-02-22T14:13:57+00:00

Redbot Security offers highly competitive pricing models.  Our pricing varies for different types of tests, due to time testing.  Our service is priced via a “time-box” and typical smaller engagements range from 3-5 days while larger engagements can range from 2-8 weeks.  When shopping for a penetration testing company it is important not look only at cost, but to look at Engineer qualifications and industry experience.  You are after all trusting a company to hack your most sensitive data, so pricing should not be the only consideration.

Testing is useless unless it achieves actionable results. With Redbot you get reports written by experts that highlight key data and exactly how targets were compromised as well as recommendations on best practices along with complete review of remediation recommendations.

Redbot Security’s Highly Competitive Pricing Model includes:

  • Detailed scoping and full-time project management
  • Detailed Reporting- Executive and Technical
  • Manual attack methods (real-world) from controlled environmen
  • Providing real evidence to support your next action plan
  • Easy to follow attack paths with Proof of Concept (exploit storyboard)
  • Ranked vulnerabilities with step-by-step remediation recommendations (NIST)
  • Built-in Retest- Finalizing Remediation
  • Customer (Executive) Facing Redacted Report Included

Latest Threats

Top Rated Network Security Assessment

Top Rated Network Security Assessment Cybersecurity: Security Assessment / Audits The United States is seeing a dramatic increase in cyber threats. Most recently Walmart, Orbitz, the City of Atlanta, CDOT, various Healthcare facilities and many more have fallen victim to cyber attacks. To do business in the modern age, businesses must be connected and the speeds at which data is transferred and networks communicate have pushed limits; however, cyber security and

The Importance of Cyber Readiness for Franchise Businesses

The Importance of Cyber Readiness for Franchise Businesses Is your Franchise about to make headline news? Author: Josh Reid Many years ago, when I was just transitioning out of the military I started working for a large franchise organization within the fast food industry. The objective from a project management standpoint was to renovate the complete technology infrastructure of a restaurant in under 12 hours. When I say complete, I really

Redbot Technologies SIEM as a Service

SIEM. What is security information and event management (SIEM)- as a service? Security information and event management (SIEM) is an approach to cybersecurity management that provides an all-inclusive view of a company’s network security. The acronym SIEM is pronounced “sim” with a silent e.   A SIEM system acts as a single aggregation point and log management tool for various devices in your IT environment. The information is gathered, correlated and analyzed by an individual or

Load More Posts
Summary
Network Penetration Testing
Service Type
Network Penetration Testing
Provider Name
Redbot Security,
1312 17th Street,Denver, Co,USA-80202,
Telephone No.866-473-3268
Area
USA
Description
Network Penetration Testing Company. Redbot Security Pen Testing providing Controlled Manual Penetration Testing performed by Senior Level Fully Certified Engineers