Wireless Penetration Testing

Wireless penetration testing allows organizations to assess the security of their wireless infrastructure, identify vulnerabilities and security issues of Wi-Fi networks, and prevent data breaches.


Objectives of wireless penetration testing

In comparison with other types of penetration tests, wireless penetration testing focuses only on identifying possible vulnerabilities and security flaws in Wi-Fi networks that cyber-criminals can use.

    WiFi networks
    Wireless devices (keyboards, mice)
    Cellular networks
    Wireless printers and scanners
    Bluetooth devices
    Other RF technologies, like RFID

Why is Wireless Penetration Testing necessary?

Wireless penetration testing allows businesses to evaluate the strengths and weaknesses of their system’s wireless access points and examine vulnerabilities and security gaps. Understanding the risks of insufficient wireless protection and detailed wireless security assessment for your organization is one of the key concerns of a company's security strategy.

Common Wi-Fi security testing vulnerabilities

    Active Directory logging and monitoring weaknesses​
    Authentication and authorisation controls review
    Wireless controllers, access point hardening issues
    Weak encryption

    Network segmentation issues
    Rogue access points detection and prevention
    Weak and default passwords
    Guest Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, WEP/WPA key vulnerabilities

Why do you need to choose ESKA for your pentest? 

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We have 8+ years of experience in the Cybersecurity market.


We have certified experts who are ready for the most difficult challenges.


We are trusted by more than 200 companies (including Governments and international corporations).

Up to date

We always discover the cyber security market and use the most modern technics and tools.

Team work

We are the team and we always work shoulder to shoulder that's why we are flexible and scalable.


ESKA that's not just a contractor it is your partner, that's why we are always ready to help in the future. If it's needed we can provide a developer who can fix your vulnerability. We always focused on the relationships and on the customer success!


We don't provide just a report with an incomprehensible list of issues. We always manual check the vulnerability and explain in what way and how to close it, give road map and recommendations.


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Workflow how our white hackers work

A penetration test is usually roughly divided into five phases:

Phases 2 - 4 are usually repeated several times.The actual penetration test usually begins with a tool-based scan of the network.

Methodologies we use

  • Stage 1. Preparation

    Research of all artifacts and resources related to the customer (domain names, IPs, 3d party resources) including from Darknet.Сoordination of test objectives, scope, test methods, and devices.

  • Stage 2. Scanning phase

    At this stage, we are looking for open paths to computers and resources. The system is "touched" for the first time. Here we are attempting to obtain information from different sources.

  • Stage 3. Enumeration

    This phase often runs at the same time as stage 2. Its goal is to get real, useful information through the security check. To carry out the attacks successfully, it is necessary to obtain the most accurate information possible about the system. At this stage, we search for suitable exploits, conduct detailed network analysis, hash cracking, and coordinate further attacks.

  • Stage 4. Exploit phase

    The vulnerabilities found must now be exploited to carry out real attacks on the system. In this way, existing security gaps and weak points are revealed. Here we conduct the verification tests (exploitation of vulnerabilities, circumvention of security measures and active intrusion, man-in-the-middle attacks, post-exploitation, etc.)
    Then we repeat levels 2 to 4.

  • Stage 5. Evaluation and reporting

    To be able to realistically assess the actual security situation, a detailed and comprehensive report is necessary. Management can derive appropriate measures from the management reports to achieve proper IT security. During the final analysis, we evaluate and document the results, make the summary and presentation, and listing of weak points, and give recommendations for countermeasures.

  • Stage 6. Post-implementation review

    We will provide specific recommendations for your further actions required and support you in their implementation if needed. We will check all corrections and improvements to make sure that our recommendations work in right way.

What do you get in the result?

By putting the security of your wireless footprint to the test, penetration testers can evaluate your security and propose solutions to strengthen it. These can include addressing vulnerabilities, deploying new technology or architecture, and implementing new security policies or procedures.As a result:

    You will receive an assessment of the vulnerabilities found according to their risk.
    IT security would be either increased or confirmed – from a technical and organizational point of view.

We will discuss specific recommendations for your further actions required and support you in the further procedure even after the review.


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