Implementing Security by simulating attacks

Penetration Testing – Infrastructure



Compromising machines in the infrastructure is the endgame of any sophisticated attacker.

Attacks on the infrastructure can result in:

  • Personal Data Leaks
  • Leak of Company Secrets (Corporate Espionage)
  • Loss in revenue, from machine downtime or data corruption

What is it?


Penetration testing company infrastructure to find vulnerabilities and exploit them, while giving concrete remediation tactics.

Attacking either specific elements or the entire infrastructure

Typical Targets:

  • Workstations
  • Servers
  • Domain Controllers
  • Printers
  • IoT devices
  • Routers
  • Miscellaneous Shadow IT

Variations/Focuses of Infrastructure Penetration Tests:

  • General Infrastructure
  • Active Directory
  • Wireless
  • IoT
  • NAC

How is it done?


Our Approach:

  • Starting broad, ending narrow
  • Finding vulnerabilities and machines of interest
  • Exploiting vulnerabilities
  • Escalating privileges on exploited machines
  • Pivoting from one machine to other important machines

Typical attack methods:

  • Authentication related attacks like:
    • Relay Attacks
    • Pass the Hash
    • Man-in-the-Middle
    • Rogue authentication Servers
    • Insecure Passwords
  • Attacking common vulnerabilities in protocols/services/OS like:
    • Eternal Blue
    • Heartbleed
    • Shellshock
    • Dirty COW
    • KRACK
    • and much, much more

What do we deliver?


A structured report detailing the found vulnerabilities and the recommended remediation strategies.

Get in touch with our expert

Kasper Brandt, Nordic Cyber Security Lead