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We rigorously test your products against a variety of attacks and provide you with precise recommendations to strengthen their security:
We are looking at vulnerability in your products, exploiting and evaluating the risks.
Firmware extraction via programming interfaces, or chip-off, bypasses, secrets extraction, analysis of libraries, and associated vulnerabilities
Interception and wireless communication attacks, Mobile Security (2G, 3G, 4G, 5G and core networks), RFID/NFC, alarms, intercoms, and many other IoT and embedded systems.
CAN bus, In-Vehicle Infotainment (IVI), V2G, Wi-Fi, GPS, V2X, etc.
We offer comprehensive security audits to assess the configuration, code, and cloud services used for various Internet of Things (IoT) devices, cars, and embedded devices.
Our security audit process starts with a thorough review of your device's design and architecture, including the identification of all components and interfaces. We then conduct a deep analysis of the device's codebase, configuration settings, and communication protocols to identify potential vulnerabilities and attack surfaces. Our team also evaluates the cloud services used by your device, including authentication, authorization, and data storage mechanisms. Finally, we provide a detailed report that summarizes our findings and recommendations, including actionable steps to improve the security of your device and mitigate risks.
Our security intrusion tests are designed to simulate real-world attacks on IoT devices, cars, and embedded devices to identify vulnerabilities and weaknesses in your security defenses. Our team of skilled penetration testers uses a variety of cutting-edge tools and techniques to identify potential attack vectors, including network scanning, vulnerability scanning, and social engineering.
After our security intrusion tests are completed, we provide you with a detailed report that summarizes our findings and includes recommendations to improve your device's security posture. Our recommendations are tailored to your specific device and environment and may include changes to configuration settings, software updates, and network infrastructure changes. We provide clear and actionable steps that you can take to mitigate the risks identified during our tests and improve your overall security posture.
By identifying vulnerabilities and weaknesses in your security defenses, we can help you stay one step ahead of attackers and protect your devices and data from potential breaches.
Our vulnerability research services are designed to identify new risks and vulnerabilities in our customers' products, that considerably reduces the risks of being exploited after the release. We provide detailed reports that summarize our findings and include recommendations to mitigate any identified risks.
One of the key techniques that we use in our vulnerability research is reverse engineering, and fuzzing of firmwares. This involves analyzing the code of a product to understand how it works and identify any vulnerabilities or weaknesses that may be present. In addition to that, we are instrumenting the firmware by emulating it, and focus on critical vectors to tackle.
Penthertz provides advanced security hardware attack services that are designed to identify vulnerabilities in hardware devices. Our team of skilled security analysts uses a range of tools and techniques to perform sophisticated attacks on your hardware devices and identify potential vulnerabilities that may be exploited by attackers.
One type of hardware attack that we perform is firmware dumping. This involves extracting the firmware from a hardware device to identify any vulnerabilities or backdoors that may be present. We use specialized tools and techniques to extract the firmware from the device and analyze it for potential vulnerabilities.
Another type of hardware attack that we perform is glitching. This involves injecting faults in the device causing it to malfunction and open up debugging interfaces. By exploiting these interfaces, we can gain access to the device's firmware and extract sensitive information, such as encryption keys, passwords, or any other secret.
We also perform chip-off attacks, which involve physically removing the chip from the device and analyzing it using specialized tools and techniques. This can help us identify any vulnerabilities or backdoors that may be present in the chip, which could be exploited by attackers to gain access to the device's data or control.
Our recommendations may include changes to the device's design or configuration, or updates to the firmware to address any vulnerabilities that were identified during our testing.
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