Network Security

IoT Penetration Testing

IoT Penetration Testing typically involves four main categories.

IoT Penetration Testing

Firmware Testing

This aspect focuses on identifying weak or hardcoded credentials, vulnerable services, memory corruption issues, and insecure permissions within the device’s firmware.

Hardware Testing

This includes checking for a lack of physical hardening, examining serial ports, UART, and JTAG interfaces for vulnerabilities.

Wireless Attacks

Evaluation of radio frequency (RF) attacks, such as jamming and replay attacks, as well as Wi-Fi-specific attacks like de-authentication attacks and man-in-the-middle attacks.

UI Testing

User interface (UI) testing involves assessing user interaction applications across various platforms, including mobile and web dashboards.