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Penetration Testing

Protecting Your Digital Frontier, Securing Your Future.

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What We Do?

Arcanix stands as the forefront leader in cybersecurity services, renowned for its unwavering commitment to safeguarding digital assets and fortifying businesses worldwide. With an unmatched blend of cutting-edge technologies, seasoned expertise, and proactive strategies, Arcanix remains the go-to choice for organizations seeking robust protection against evolving cyber threats. From comprehensive network security to proactive threat intelligence and incident response, Arcanix offers tailored solutions designed to mitigate risks and ensure regulatory compliance. What truly sets Arcanix apart is its dedication to customer satisfaction and collaboration, prioritizing transparent communication and customized approaches to meet each client’s unique needs. With Arcanix as your trusted cybersecurity partner, you can navigate the digital landscape with confidence, knowing that your assets are fortified against even the most sophisticated adversaries.

What we do

Get an in-depth view into your
infrastructure security

External Penetration Test

Company's external infrastructure is the most common part of an attack surface. External Penetration Testing allows you to uncover the attack vectors that a threat actor can use and leverage them to create compromise scenarios.


The existence of vulnerabilities in the publicly accessible systems.


The possibility of penetrating the company's internal network from the outside.


Resistance to external attacks, including those involving the latest methods and techniques.


Any risks and consequences of potential attacks.

Internal Penetration Test

Secure the corporate network. Our Internal Pentest is designed to detect potential compromise scenarios where an intruder gains access to the company's internal resources.


The security of a company’s local infrastructure.


The possibility of insiders and disloyal employees accessing confidential information.


The existence of network configuration errors and vulnerabilities in internal IT systems.


Potential compromise scenarios that could be used for attacks from the inside.

What you get

What You Get

General Overview

An executive summary with general conclusions on the system’s security level

Details On Security Risks

A list of detected vulnerabilities with exploitation examples and classification of vulnerabilities by impact

Improvement strategies

Detailed recommendations on how to improve security posture and eliminate vulnerabilities

Certified expertise
and tried-and-tested tactics

Certified Penetration Testing Specialist

HTB CPTS holders will possess technical competency in the ethical hacking and penetration testing domains at an intermediate level. 

Dante - Pro Labs (HACKTHEBOX)

Dante is a modern Pro Lab that provides the opportunity to learn common penetration testing methodologies and gain familiarity with tools included in the Linux distribution.

Python3 - CodeCadmey

Dante is a modern Pro Lab that provides the opportunity to learn common penetration testing methodologies and gain familiarity with tools included in the Linux distribution.

CompTIA A+

CompTIA is an American non-profit trade association that issues professional certifications for the information technology industry. It is considered one of the IT industry's top trade associations.

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Get results that will benefit
your business

Detailed technical report

The information security team will receive a report that will serve as the basis for a plan on how to strengthen the security of the application

Analytical summary

Management will receive an executive summary (written in the language of business) designed to help make optimal business decisions

Expert advice

CISO will receive detailed recommendations on how to improve the company’s security posture by putting security at the core of business growth


Penetration testing not only helps meet regulatory requirements, but also makes the company more trustworthy for customers and partners

  • Do you need penetration testing?
    Businesses cannot fully estimate the strength of their security posture unless it is tested. Here is where penetration testing comes into play. It helps businesses understand if their security policies are effective by identifying and mitigating vulnerabilities that can be exploited by attackers. Penetration testing is deemed a requirement by regulators in some industries, while an optional yet essential security practice in others. However, it is recommended to conduct penetration testing periodically to constantly upgrade your defense against evolving threats.
  • How often should you get penetration testing?
    Penetration testing is seen as a periodic security practice, to help identify and mitigate vulnerabilities that have been unidentified, ignored, or unmanaged. It is the best way to check the resilience of your internal and external systems, networks, and applications. It is recommended to conduct penetration testing once annually, or more often in case of a high-risk industry. Penetration testing can also be done when organizations are adding new features, upgrading systems, or testing a new system in terms of handling sensitive information.
  • Why should you opt for Arcanix's penetration testing services?
    I have more than 2 years of experience in penetration testing as a way of auditing infrastructures of all scales and types. I analyze your business requirements and potential risks in depth to ensure that your company infrastructure remains impenetrable. Gain leverage with us: Latest insights into adversary tactics and techniques gathered by Aracnix Threat Intelligence Team of certified professionals with extensive experience in leading a wide range of projects Industry-renowned methodologies and practices accredited by global institutions in cybersecurity
  • What’s the difference between penetration testing and security assessment?
    Penetration testing and security assessment are sometimes confused, both vary greatly in terms of their objective, process, and end result. While security assessment scans a customer’s system, searches for potential vulnerabilities, and offers security recommendations; penetration testing is more detailed, and in-depth. It is performed by qualified experts to purposely simulate intrusions – such as breaching the external network perimeter, increasing privileges from a particular segment, to test your defenses, all to discover and mitigate weaknesses/vulnerabilities that can be exploited.
  • Should businesses go for an internal penetration test or an external penetration test?
    Both are essential components for complete security testing. External penetration testing assesses the external facing assets (internet-connected devices, employee accounts, etc), and internal penetration testing helps analyze how far an attacker can laterally move through a network after exploiting a weakness that leads to a breach. A complete security testing program will include both internal and external penetration testing, as well as another social engineering testing which involves identifying shortcomings in existing security solutions, assessing the possibility of attackers using social vectors, and ascertaining to what extent the organization’s employees are aware of information security issues.


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