Hacking de infraestructura interna

Internal infrastructure pentesting is a security assessment process that focuses on identifying and exploiting vulnerabilities in an organization's network and systems from within its infrastructure. It is also known as black box pentesting, as the testing team has limited knowledge of the systems and applications before beginning the process.

During internal infrastructure pentesting, security professionals use various techniques and tools to simulate real attacks that could be carried out by an internal attacker or malicious employee. The main objective is to discover security flaws before they are exploited by unauthorized persons.

The internal infrastructure pentesting process may include the following stages:

  1. Information Gathering: Pentesters collect data about an organization's internal infrastructure, such as IP addresses, domain names, configuration information, and security policies.
  2. Port and service scanning: Network scans are performed to identify open ports and services, allowing pentesters to discover potential entry points.
  3. Vulnerability identification: Using automated tools and manual analysis, we look for known vulnerabilities in systems, applications, and internal infrastructure configurations.
  4. Vulnerability Exploitation: Once vulnerabilities have been identified, pentesters attempt to exploit them to gain unauthorized access to systems or to perform malicious actions.
  5. Lateral Movement: If access to a system can be gained, pentesters attempt to expand their access within the internal infrastructure, moving from one system to another to assess the effectiveness of security controls.
  6. Report of results: At the end of the pentesting, a detailed report is prepared that describes the vulnerabilities found, the scope of the possible damage and recommendations are provided to improve the security of the internal infrastructure.

Internal infrastructure pentesting is a fundamental part of organizations' security strategies, as it makes it possible to identify and correct possible breaches in their internal systems before they are exploited by real attackers.

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