Organization Takeover (Internal/External)

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Organization Takeover (Internal/External)

Network Takeover
(Internal/External)




Organization Takeover


BugSec is considered one of the leading companies in the field of cyber security, and is proud to have the largest offensive security division in Israel performing offensive security services.

BugSec’s Organization Takeover service combines two main services that simulate the two stages of a real cyber-attack. First step is meant to demonstrate an organization’s vulnerability by simulating a real-life situation where an attacker targets and attacks an organization to gain control of it from the outside. The second stage is the internal network takeover service that is meant to demonstrate an organization’s vulnerability by simulating a real life situation where an attacker gains access to the internal network and elevates himself to domain-admin.

The organization takeover service is performed as a “king of the hill” scenario, demonstrating the ability of the attacker to access and extract confidential information. This situation is similar to many attacks which take place against organizations worldwide and which, in most cases, end successfully

Thus, by using this service, an organization can receive a real status report of its external services and the relevant risks that threaten them. In many cases we are able to find “game-over” vulnerabilities that allows us to reach all the way to the sensitive client data, from remote.


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BugSec’s “Internal Network Takeover” service is meant to demonstrate an organization’s vulnerability by simulating a real life situation where an attacker gains access to the domain controller servers and elevates himself to domain-admin.
Once this is done, the attacker will be able to access and extract confidential information.

BugSec offers this service in order to allow organizations to examine the vulnerabilities of their internal networks. It is meant to simulate the “taking control” of hosts in the internal network, to obtain domain administrator privileges, to reach and access any unencrypted sensitive data and shared folders and to gain access to the internal LAN by using an external Wi-Fi connection, or any means of connection available.
The Internal Takeover service is only meant to inspect, in a detailed manner, the technical aspects linked to the internal security level of an organization.
The service greatly diminishes the odds of an attack to succeed and allows significant security gaps to be filled.

Thus, by using this service, an organization can receive a real status report of its internal landscape and the relevant risks that threatens it.
The conclusions of the report describe the location of the breaches/entry points that could allow an attacker an opening through which he could take control of an organization or gain access to its confidential information.

 

BugSec’s “External Takeover” service is meant to demonstrate an organization’s vulnerability by simulating a real life situation where an attacker targets and attacks an organization to gain control of it from the outside.
This situation is similar to many attacks which take place against organizations worldwide and which, in most cases, end successfully.
BugSec offers this service in order to allow organizations to examine the vulnerability of their existing external internet services. It is meant to simulate the “taking control”, or the collection of sensitive and/or confidential data of an organization, without the approval of its management team.
The risks arising from an external takeover can be significant and may compromise the organization’s activity or reveal its secrets. It is therefore considered that an external takeover, by an unauthorized body, represents one of the highest risks for an organization.
The External Takeover service doesn’t include the human factor, nor any form of social engineering or Phishing attacks. The service is only meant to inspect, in a detailed manner, the technical aspects linked to the external security level of an organization.
The service greatly diminishes the odds of an attack to succeed and allows significant security gaps to be filled that might not have been discovered had the focus been on the human factor alone.

The work process of the External Takeover service includes mapping all the external services of the organization (website, mail services, remote access infrastructure, connections to the outside world, etc.) in order to determine the extent of their services and prevent a third party attack.
Afterwards, BugSec performs an analysis and scanning of those services in order to locate flaws and security breaches that are being used to infiltrate the organization.
The applicative examination targets scenarios that allow the attacker to use Remote Code Execution.
Thus, by using this service, an organization can receive a real status report of its external services and the relevant risks that threaten them.
The conclusions of the report describe the location of the breaches/entry points that could allow an attacker an opening through which he could take control of an organization or gain access to its confidential information.



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