Network Penetration Testing

In-depth Security Assessment of Your Servers, Firewalls, and Other Network Devices

We test your networks like hackers to strengthen your security.

Our Network Security Testing Process

We understand the importance of security and will work with you to create a risk profile, assess your vulnerabilities, and design a plan to meet or exceed industry standards. Our Network Security Testing identifies vulnerabilities in your servers, firewalls, and other network devices, assess all of your networks, and mitigates risks so that you can meet regulatory compliance requirements.

We are familiar with nearly all of the vulnerabilities we encounter when running a network penetration test. To make the procedure more user-friendly and automated, we’ve created a number of specialized tools. We’ve also put our tools through thorough testing on a number of targets. Network VAPT is approached in a unique way by our team of experts.

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Network Penetration Testing as a Service Business Benefit

Our network pentests has covered a wide range of industries, from healthcare to supply chains to IT consulting to product development to telecommunications. We also use the knowledge we gain from each pentest to help us improve our next one.


Network VAPT Services

Discover from a professional how hackers abuse your network.

In each network penetration test that we conduct, we adhere to internationally accepted and industry-standard frameworks. The structure is based on industry standards such as the Penetration Testing Execution Standard (PTES), the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) and Open Source Security Testing Methodology Manual (OSSTMM) Security Standard, but goes far beyond that.

This involves vulnerability analysis, which entails examining the output of various security tools and manual testing procedures. Our security experts identify, prioritize, and quantify threats to the network. They analyze network defenses against network-based attacks such as local privilege attacks, network intrusion, port scanning, and brute force attacks


Our penetration testers thoroughly examine your network and employ hacker-like thought processes to identify vulnerabilities, including zero-day flaws. Using the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) Testing Guide and the Open Source Security Testing Methodology Manual (OSSTMM) Security Standard, we provide comprehensive manual security assessments that surpass the capabilities of vulnerability scanners.


We employ industry-standard tools and international best practices to identify every security flaw. To identify new risks, we approach each project using the same tools and methods as actual attackers. addressing regulations such as NIST, OSSTMM, and PTES. Our penetration testers are fully accredited security professionals who hold credentials such as CREST, CEH, and OSCP, among others.


Get an easy-to-implement penetration testing and remediation report written in a language network administrators can understand. Due to the fact that not all vulnerabilities are immediately fixed, reports are frequently insufficient. Because of this, we provide developers with one-on-one meetings with security experts and detailed vulnerability fixing support for up to a year after testing with Oncall Advice.

Benefits for all Security Stakeholders

Chief Information Security Office and Security Team

Achieving greater testing program control, faster turnaround, early detection and repair, and continuous monitoring by continuously identifying and mitigating risks, meeting compliance requirements more quickly, improving application delivery agility, enhancing collaboration with the development team, and reducing testing costs without sacrificing quality.

Chief Technology Office and Product Development Team

Improved network security, managed risk-based approach to servers, easy collaboration with security testing team, quick turn-around times, advanced analytics and live sessions instead of only pdf reports, detailed reports, and ongoing detailed documentation and lifecycle and history of vulnerabilities

Chief Executive Office and business management

Ensure cost-effective compliance with an ever-changing regulatory landscape, safeguard brand reputation, maintain predictable prices and billing, and reduce administrative expenditures.


What do we check for when we conduct network security testing?

No more space for black-hat hackers.

Foundational information

DNS interrogation, InterNIC queries, and network sniffing can provide information about network hosts and endpoints (e.g., Host Name and IP Address).

System names and shares

These details can be obtained through NetBIOS enumeration and Network Information System (NIS) searches, both of which are commonly employed in internal penetration tests.

Application / service information

Banners provide access to the version number.


Exploitable flaws, absences, or default security settings.

Buffer Overflows

Lack of input length evaluations in programs, allowing arbitrary code to be introduced and executed, including improper use of administrator privileges.

Race Conditions

Vulnerabilities based on the amount of time required to seize control of privileged functions while programs are entering or exiting privileged mode.

Secure Communication

During the transmission of sensitive data, controls such as encryption must be evaluated. Important for compliance with PCI, HL&, HIPAA, and other regulations.

Updates and CVEs

Examines publicly known information security vulnerabilities and exposures.

Personal Identifiable Information Disclosure

Information that can be gleaned from variables that can reliably identify a single respondent, either on their own or in conjunction with other variables.

In addition to searching for flaws in the server itself, our testing also examines the backend services used by the server. During testing, we ensure that all server components are covered by focusing on its back-end services. We employ reverse engineering, binary analysis, and privilege escalation techniques to detect tricky security flaws, which goes significantly further than a standard penetration test.

These security testing activities may include but are not limited to:

Steps Involved in Wattlecorp Network Penetration Testing Services


Information Gathering


Information Analysis


Vulnerability Detection


Penetration Testing


Privilege escalation


Result Analysis




Security Briefing Workshop


Mitigation Support


Complementary Retesting


Summary Report

Our Network Penetration Testing Procedure


During this phase, our security experts gather as much information as possible about the target network without conducting invasive tests. They will examine network specifications, various network usage scenarios, and other pertinent documentation. This step collects information that will be useful in subsequent steps. The collected information includes domain names, server names, IP addresses, a network map, ISP/ASP information, system and service owners, and potential test limitations.

Vulnerability Assessment

During this phase, various automated tools are used to test for vulnerabilities in order to identify existing security flaws and system patch levels. The anticipated outcomes include a list of system vulnerabilities, the type of application or service by vulnerability, the patch level of systems, and applications, and a list of potential denial of service vulnerabilities. System security risks are determined by comparing collected system information with public security databases, searching online databases, and mailing lists specific to the systems being tested.

Manual Penetration Testing

In this step, previously discovered vulnerabilities are manually verified. Post-verification exploits are classified as either harmless or harmful. If vulnerabilities are determined to be harmless, controlled exploitation can be carried out. After receiving customer approval, harmful exploits are carried out. The results include the demonstration of vulnerabilities that were exploited.

Report Generation

A report is generated that details all identified network and system vulnerabilities along with specific recommendations for mitigating each risk. On the basis of the identified risks in the IT infrastructure, we will propose the recommended solutions and develop a plan for their implementation in order to strengthen security. This will include patch recommendations, suggestions for enhancing practices and policies, and security product options for mitigating the identified risks. The evaluation would consider threats posed by the Internet, internal, and external access points, including RAS servers.

Explore our Network penetration testing strategy

One of the most effective approaches to network security uses offense to inform defenses. Our network penetration strategy includes a simulated attack on an organization’s network infrastructure, with the objective of anticipating how a real cybercriminal would operate and closing any exploitable vulnerabilities. We have developed a comprehensive network penetration testing checklist, which will be utilized during testing to evaluate its effectiveness.

The actual (simulated) attack is the most crucial phase of any penetration test, including network-based pentests. This phase ought to be uncomplicated, as it should result from the planning and reconnaissance. Similarly to how no two pentests are identical, no two attack phases are identical.

This is why we’ve built a structure that can add or remove processes, and we should always account for changes based on what the simulated attacker discovers in real-time. This is ideal, as the more simulated damage a pentester can inflict, the more insights will be gained into preventing actual damage.

Network Pen Test-Service Deliverables

Extensive Report

The Pen Test report details the exact vulnerabilities discovered on the network, how they were discovered, the methodologies and tools used to find them, as well as any visual evidence. The report must include a security vulnerability risk rating for future reference. " Cleanup recommendations and how to implement them.

1:1 Workshop

Static PDf Reports are insufficient because vulnerabilities are not immediately resolved. This is why we offer a one-on-one workshop and security debrief between the security team and developers to ensure that they comprehend significant and high-level vulnerabilities, as well as guidance on remediation and countermeasures, and help in learning how to avoid them in the future. If necessary, we can conduct this debriefing in person.


We offer a complimentary retest to ensure that the corrective actions were effective and carried out correctly. And after applying all available updates, the system was able to fix the identified flaws without causing any additional issues.

1:1 counseling on demand

We provide advice and assistance for up to a year following the submission of the final report, and we answer any questions you may have about implementing the recommendations. This service is made available via developer-friendly channels such as phone, email, zoom, meet, Slack, Jira, and teams.

Why Choose Wattlecorp's Network Testing Program ?

Budgeting for Network Penetration Testing

Vulnerability scanning and penetration testing are not the same. A penetration tester investigates and exploits vulnerabilities to gain access to secure systems or store sensitive data, whereas a vulnerability scan merely identifies vulnerabilities.

A network penetration testing can range in price from $6,000 for a small, straightforward application to over $100,000 for a large, complex one. Without sacrificing quality, Wattlecorp offers a variety of services that are suitable for a wide range of businesses, from startups to large corporations.

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Network Penetration Testing as a Service

Network penetration testing as a subscription service offered by Wattlecorp enables you to reduce the cost of testing, regardless of whether you are a startup investing for the first time or a large enterprise attempting to reduce the cost of continuous testing. Choose from one-time or unlimited manual Networ penetration testing for a one-time, monthly, or annual fee.

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We provide 100% free consultation for limited time period to ensure misuse of our consulting services. Our team is excited to see oppourtunities in making your application safe and our committment towards making it happen is always on. Use a this free consultation to understand your network security needs.  We’d love to chat about your Network security objectives. We welcome the chance to connect and explore opportunities to accelerate your journey to secure your Networks

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