Penetration testing is a simulated attack exercise. It has a singular goal: prove whether or not a defense can withstand a specific attack. It produces a single outcome: a Yes or No answer. Yes they got in or No they did not get in. Either answer informs you.
Penetration testing is intended for very mature systems. The system in question also must have already been thoroughly tested. If not, a penetration test won’t deliver value.
The goal is to figure out if experts can break into your system, despite the defenses. It doesn’t matter how. It doesn’t matter how bad the weaknesses are. All that matters is whether they did or didn’t.
Our method for performing a penetration test is as follows:
You need to understand how attackers think. How they operate. How they’ll break your system.
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