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In our offer of services you will find a wide range of penetration tests and also specialized services, such as ATM hacking, Red Teaming or social engineering tests.

IoT Testing

Get your smart devices tested and get ahead of the competition. If a vulnerability is found, you will receive a detailed report with a description and a proposal for measures that will lead to the removal of the identified security threats.


PEnetration TEsting Proxy (PETEP)

Capturing network communication based on the TCP protocol and modifying it by creating a specialized Man-in-the-Middle proxy is one of many practices used for searching for security flaws in network applications. In this article, we will focus on the use …

Akuvox – Intercom and Doorbell (IoT Case Study)

We come with the next part in the series on the security of commonly available IoT devices. This time we will take a look, beside other things, at a smart doorbell – can an attacker watch you through its camera? Will the bell open the front door even without PIN? We tested the device literally "through and through". Come and …

Audit ATM – Replay Attack

ATMs have been an integral part of our lives for several decades now. But is the money really safe?

Analysing Suspicious File "Outstanding Payment.jar" - Part 3

What is the actual functional equipment of the malware under investigation, and what options does it offer to the attacker if successfully implemented? If there is an infection, is it enough to delete one file or is a complete system reinstallation required? The final part of the three articles on the analysis of a suspicious Java file discusses the very …

Bash Bunny – Guide

In this article, we will discuss detail a very interesting device called Bash Bunny in detail. Let’s take a look at how to obtain, configure, write your own custom payloads, and use the Bash Bunny to launch effective attacks.

Analysing Suspicious File "Outstanding Payment.jar" - Part 2

How to use static analysis for cracking the encryption used by the author of the malware, and what information can be revealed about the author? The second part of an article on the analysis of a suspicious Java file out of three describes the penetration of another protective layer and partially uncovers the attacker.

Compromising Domain Accounts by Exploiting the Wi-Fi Network

Can it be easy to compromise domain accounts of users in an enterprise by exploiting the Wi-Fi connection to the internal network? If the devices are not configured correctly, it really can be a relatively simple task. In this article, …

Red Teaming – Red Vs. Blue, Evolution in Penetration Testing

Is Red Teaming the next generation of penetration testing? Is it a replacement or an add-on to penetration testing? Is this an evolution? Let’s draw a clear comparison of these two services and then an explanation what Red Teaming really is and what methodologies can be used to formalize it.


How easy is eavesdropping on network traffic between two computers? Would it be enough to simply cut and split the network cable? Wiretapping is a way to connect to a network cable and start eavesdropping. During eavesdropping, the original communication …

The Man Who Sold the Eiffel Tower

There is no better place to start than with the most famous con artist in history, Viktor Lustig. Although Viktor Lustig was a con man for most of his life, he became famous mainly for his scam in which he "sold" the Eiffel Tower. Let's take a closer look at how this scam, unimaginable in our times, was carried out

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