The network service test is the most common type which is often performed by different testing agencies around the world. It aims to identify vulnerabilities and shortcomings in the clients' network infrastructure. As the network can be accessed both internally and externally, tests are required both locally on and off the client's website.
This is also a very rigorous and comprehensive checked study. In this type of pen checking areas including web applications, plugins and their modules such as ActiveX, Applets, plug-ins and scripts are included. Since the test examines the end points of each web application that a user may need to interact regularly, thorough planning and time investment are required.
The entire aim of this penetration testing form is to find errors which occur locally. The common example includes a flaw in the software application which is running on a user’s PC which can also be exploited by a hacker.
The purpose of this test is to examine the wireless devices stationed on the client site. The catalogue of devices includes things such as tablets, laptops, notebooks, iPods, smartphones, etc.
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