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Onsite Wireless 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.

Phase 1 of Redbot Security Wireless Testing is Wireless Reconnaissance of the organization’s wireless infrastructure to identify the locations of wireless access points. 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.

Phase 2 Redbot Security Provides Rogue Access Point Detection identifying any rogue access point attached to the network. These can be in the form of devices employees have brought into work or malicious devices planted on the wired network.

Phase 3 Redbot Security Deploys Wireless Encryption Cracking  Techniques that will attempt to crack any weak encryption methods being used in the wireless implementations. Weak encryptions included WEP and WPA-PSK. The goal of this phase of the assessment is to demonstrate deficiencies via these weak encryption and to provide suggestions towards improving the security of the wireless implementation.

Phase 4 of our onsite assessment is critical and can only be effectively preformed onsite. 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.

I absolutely recommend Redbot Security. Phenomenal service. Accuracy and getting the job done in the timely fashion is very important to my organization. Truly impressed by their professionalism and appreciated their suggestions and directions. Looking forward to continue working with them. Redbot Security rocks….

CIO, SaaS Company

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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

How do we schedule our service with Redbot Security?2021-02-22T14:24:11+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?2021-02-22T14:20:12+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.

Can you perform Internal Testing from a Remote Perspective?2021-02-22T14:27:23+00:00

Remote Penetration Tool Kit (PTK)

Redbot Security’s remote Penetration Testing Toolkit is ideal for customers wanting an internal network penetration test but would prefer that the engagement be conducted remotely instead of on-site. This solution uses a custom PTK virtual machine image to test the security controls of the local and remote networks. The PTK image consists of custom and proprietary tools and scripts that will allow Redbot Security to test the client network just as if the consultant was on-site.

While conducting the penetration test, Redbot Security will simulate what an anonymous threat agent could do when attaching to the network. This testing simulates if an attacker were to walk into your building and plug into an open network port, or if an attacker were to install a backdoor on a corporate computer or workstation. All customer data is encrypted both at-rest and in-transit and will be digitally wiped at the end of the engagement.

The image used is based off of Kali Linux, a popular security testing image. The system uses an OpenVPN connection with Certificates to call back to our servers, and only allows connections from our consultants. Our consultants can then SSH into these systems using their private keys to access PTK systems.

The data collected during the project is then only temporally stored on in the VM for the duration of the project. Once a final deliverable is created, and the project is complete, the PTK image can then be shut down, and then destroyed by the client.

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

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Personnel within our team are Certified Incident Responders and Industrial Control System Certified – Incident Command System, FEMA, U.S Department of Homeland Security Cyber Emergency Response Team, OPSEC, Influence of Common IT Components ICS, Mapping IT Defense to ICS, Current Trends (threats) (vulnerabilities)– ICS, IT & ICS Attack Methodologies, ICS Domains, Determining the Impacts of a Cybersecurity Incident.

Certified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP), Certified Cloud Security Professional (CCSP), GIAC Penetration Tester (GPEN) GIAC Web Application Penetration Tester (GWAPT), EC Council Certified Ethical Hacker C|EH, Certified Digital Forensic Examiner (CDFE) Defense Cyber Crime Institute (DCITA) DoD, Certified Digital Media Collector (CDMC) Defense Cyber Crime Institute (DCITA) DoD, Certified Information Assurance Security Officer (IASO) DoD.

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Redbot Security is a Full Service Penetration Testing Services Provider and can customize any scope to meet your timeline and budget.

Headquarters: Denver, Colorado, USA
Market: SMB to Enterprise / Government

Core Services: Vulnerability Assessment, Penetration Testing, Compliance Testing (PCI, HIPPA), Security Code Review, Infrastructure Security Audits, Web Application, Network Testing, SCADA ICS, IoT, and wirelesss penetration testing

Products: Controlled Penetration Testing, Security and Compliance Assessments, Managed Threat Detection and Response


  • 30 years of experience in information technology consulting and cybersecurity
  • Sr. Level Engineering with advanced Security Engineering Certifications assigned to each project
  • Recognized as industry top choice for USA based controlled Pen-testing.
  • Partnered with Rubrik, HPE, Fortinet, Palo Alto, VMWare, Redhat

Redbot Security is an expert provider of vendor neutral information and data security assessments as well as advisory services for Fortune 500 clients. The Redbot Security difference is our ability to deliver detailed insight into quantifiable risk. Redbot Security understands that information security comes from the proper mix of people, process and technology and must be tailored to each specific customer.

Personnel within our combined project team are Certified Incident Responders and Industrial Control System Certified – Incident Command System, FEMA, U.S Department of Homeland Security Cyber Emergency Response Team, OPSEC, Influence of Common IT Components ICS, Mapping IT Defense to ICS, Current Trends (threats) (vulnerabilities)– ICS, IT & ICS Attack Methodologies, ICS Domains, Determining the Impacts of a Cybersecurity Incident. Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP), Certified Cloud Security Professional (CCSP), GIAC Penetration Tester (GPEN) GIAC Web Application Penetration Tester (GWAPT), EC Council Certified Ethical Hacker C|EH, Certified Digital Forensic Examiner (CDFE) Defense Cyber Crime Institute (DCITA) DoD, Certified Digital Media Collector (CDMC) Defense Cyber Crime Institute (DCITA) DoD, Certified Information Assurance Security Officer (IASO) DoD. Penetration Certification,   Security+, CCNP, CCNA, CCDP, CCDA, MCSE,  A+ CWNA CWDP and a variety of firewall and network solution Certifications.

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