Network Security Audit comprises the reviews of security principles, network solutions, traffic flows, and security solutions.
Network Security Audit comprises the reviews of security principles, network solutions, traffic flows, and security solutions
Network Security Audit comprises the reviews of
security principles, network solutions, traffic flows, and security solutions
The simulation service is tailored to meet the specific needs of each client and can simulate a range of DDoS attack types, including application layer attacks, volumetric attacks, and low-and-slow attacks.
A DDoS Simulation is a simulation of a Distributed Denial of Service (DDoS) attack It aims to temporarily or indefinitely interrupt or suspend services of a target connected to the Internet
Foot Printing – Thorough examination of the target and its responsiveness to
Scanning – Checking for vulnerabilities and gaps in the website, system, or network
Enumeration – Determining the strategy for the DDoS attack by analyzing data.
Actual Attack – Multi-vector DDoS attack with a combination of application-layer, low
and slow, or volumetric attacks.
Reporting – A manually written report with recommendations and suggestions for future protection.
Security posture against various types of DDoS attacks. Ability to withstand and deal with DDoS attacks.
Prevention of costly security breaches. Maximization of resource availability. Protection against next-generation attacks. Preparation of the team for future DDoS attacks in a safe, controlled environment. Limitation of disruption from sophisticated attacks.
Krash Consulting offers DDoS Simulation services to help organizations prepare for and assess their ability to withstand DDoS attacks. Our simulated attacks are customized based on the specific needs of our clients, with the objective of testing the target’s security posture against various types of DDoS attacks.
Our methodology involves conducting a thorough examination of the target, including footprinting and scanning to gather information and identify vulnerabilities. We then proceed with the actual attack, which can be a combination of application-layer, low and slow, or volumetric attacks, carried out in a safe and controlled environment.
We assess an organization’s infrastructure for the following attack categories: application layer DDoS attacks, volumetric DDoS attacks, and low-and-slow attacks. After the attack, we provide a manual report that includes recommendations for future protection.