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Need for Azure Pentesting

Why Conduct a Pentest on your Azure Environment?

Conducting a pentest on an Azure environment is crucial to identify vulnerabilities, ensure compliance, mitigate risks, enhance security posture, and meet customer requirements. Azure environments are complex and challenging to secure, making it essential to proactively identify and address any weaknesses in the infrastructure. As more organizations migrate to the cloud, maintaining the security and compliance of their Azure environment becomes critical. Pentesting can help prevent security incidents, protect sensitive data, and improve overall security posture by identifying and addressing potential risks.

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Improve The Security Of Your Azure Infrastructure Environment

Penetration testing your Microsoft Azure infrastructure is essential to ensure the security of your cloud, whether you're migrating to Azure, developing cloud-native applications, using Azure Kubernetes Service (AKS), or performing compliance-related tasks. With the help of NetSPI, Azure penetration testing can identify high-impact vulnerabilities in your Azure services, including applications that are exposed to the internet.

According to Gartner, up to 95% of cloud breaches are caused by human error, such as misconfigurations. Attackers continuously scan the internet to exploit such vulnerabilities. Azure pentesting can also uncover exposed credentials, excess privileges, and security misconfigurations in your Azure Active Directory integration. These security issues may lead to the compromise of your Azure infrastructure, enabling attackers to expose sensitive data, take over Azure resources, or pivot to attack your internal network.

Our Azure Cloud Penetration Testing Checklist

Detection and prevention of unauthorized ticket grants

Evaluating vulnerabilities in primary refresh token usage

Security assessment of managed identity tokens

Ensuring secure management of KeyVault secrets

Evaluating security risks in credential handling

Assessing the effectiveness of conditional access policies

Assessing security measures for storage blobs

Detecting and mitigating risks related to AzureAD MSOL account passwords

Detection and prevention of certificate-based attacks

Evaluation of vulnerabilities in AzureAD single sign-on silver ticket mechanism

What Will Your Microsoft Azure Pentest Look Like?

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Configuration Review

Our Azure pentesting experts specialize in evaluating the configurations of your Azure environment as well as the IAM policies applied to those services. We understand that misconfigurations can create significant security gaps in Azure environments, and we possess the necessary experience and expertise to effectively identify and resolve these issues.

External Azure Pentesting

We attack your public-facing Azure services with a mix of automated external Azure vulnerability scanning tools and manual security services to identify security issues. These could include web and network-related vulnerabilities that could compromise the security of your Azure infrastructure.

Internal Network Pentesting

Our pentest experts conduct internal network layer pentests of virtual machines and services to simulate an attacker who has breached your Azure network, finding every vulnerability that could be exploited in a realtime attack.

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