VoIP Vulnerability Assessment & Penetration Testing

Test your organisation’s restraint against modern VoIP & PSTN attacks.

Fix security loopholes and defend your VoIP security

VoIP technology enables any mobile device service to operate and deliver voice communication using the internet protocol. Here, the PSTN implements voice communication over the landline telephone calls between two endpoints. Similar to other networks, voice communications are prone to VoIP security attacks. Organizations are often unaware of the security posture concerning their VoIP and PSTN infrastructure. They are not adequately able to protect from the VoIP security risks and threats that come with sensitive devices and networks.

How it works?

Methodology

Network Penetration testing involves performing a penetration test on infrastructure to check the defences and security posture of an organisation from a remote attacker’s perspective. Internal Penetration testing involves performing a penetration test on an asset within an intranet or VLAN of an organisation from a malicious insider perspective.
Gather information about IP of the servers, VoIP devices, PSTN’s Signalling System with tools such as Shodan, SVmap, etc.

Footprinting

Scan and discover information about the services running in the environment.

Enumeration

Discover the vulnerabilities in the services using tools such as Nessus, Viproy.

Vulnerability Analysis

Exploit the vulnerabilities and gain leverage over the services using tools such as Metasploit.

Exploitation

Prepare a comprehensive report of all the vulnerabilities which examine the strength, risk, and standards associated with the security posture of the infrastructure. Provide assistance to develop mitigation strategies based on the observations made in the assessment.

Reporting
& Support

Top Vulnerabilities

The most frequently identified vulnerabilities are not very different from the OWASP top 10 lists.
Attacking VoIP authentication
Traffic capture and Eavesdropping
SBC access
Attacking SS7 components
Identifying DoS vulnerabilities
Caller ID impersonation

Do you know?

45-50%
of the network access we achieved was through outdated versions and default credentials.
30%
of the network access we attained was due to misconfigurations in services being used.
20-25%
of the network access resulted due to unauthenticated access.

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What do you get?

End-to-End Assessment
Identify and assess the internal and external VoIP security risks in your VoIP and PSTN infrastructure.
Best Approach
Address and evaluate the VoIP security loopholes in your defenses.
Comprehensive Report
A comprehensive report detailing findings and ways to fix these VoIP security concerns.
Extended Support
Complete support from our team to ensure reported VoIP security concerns are resolved.

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