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Wireless Penetration Test

Wireless networks are an extension of your organization's infrastructure perimeter and should be tested thoroughly. While it eases the job of networking and connecting computers, it is also easy for a hacker to get into the network over wireless signals. Hence an insecure wireless poses a greater cyber security risk to the network, as compared to the cable based network.

Specialized Pen Testing

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SCADA Networks

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Silverlight Based Thick Client Apps

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Ajax Based High Functioning Apps

SCADA Networks

SCADA or Process Control Networks based systems have moved from closed networks to open source solutions and TCP/IP enabled networks steadily over recent years which made them vulnerable to the same security vulnerabilities that face our traditional computer networks. Read More

Silverlight Based Thick Client Apps

Similar to Flash, Microsoft Silverlight is a "thick client" application interface used to enhance users' experience. Underlying web services calls made by Silverlight are vulnerable and it is important to map those in terms of vulnerabilities and create fixes. Read More

Ajax Based High Functioning Apps

Similar to Flash, Microsoft Silverlight is a "thick client" application interface used to enhance users' experience. Underlying web services calls made by Silverlight are vulnerable and it is important to map those in terms of vulnerabilities and create fixes. Read More

Dummy or bogus or rogue access points are typically used by attackers to penetrate into the corporate network of organization.

Valency Networks uses following methods to perform

VAPT test of a wireless network.




The outcome of a wireless test is a detailed report with a map which explains what precautions should be taken at various physical access points. Valency Networks has performed such testing for multiple clients who wanted to protect their mission critical infrastructure from prying eyes, using wireless signals.