Microsoft Azure Penetration Testing
What is Microsoft azure penetration testing?
However, integrating new technologies introduces new security vulnerabilities. You may uncover and mitigate these security risks, including those unique to your private cloud, by penetration testing your Azure cloud system.
During research, DigiAlert often discovers Zero Day vulnerabilities in a wide range of apps. We collaborate with suppliers to address concerns and provide the necessary information in a timely manner.
Azure penetration testing tools that we use
Here are some open source tools that you can use:
- Azucar is a plugin-based multi-threaded tool for auditing Azure environments. It gathers various configuration data automatically and examines all data linked with a certain Azure subscription. The information is then used to reveal the security threats that are present.
- MicroBurst is a sophisticated set of functions and scripts for attacking Azure environments and determining their security. It allows for weak configuration audits, Azure Service discovery, and a variety of post-exploitation tasks.
- PowerZure is a PowerShell script that may be used to perform both reconnaissance and exploitation on Microsoft Azure. It includes a number of attack components and functions for a number of objectives, such as operational activities, data exfiltration, and credential dumps.
- Stormspotter is a tool used to create a "attack graph" for Azure and Azure Active Directory objects. It improves visibility into the attack surface, making it easier for pentesters and red teams to spot security flaws.
- The Cloud Security Suite (cs-suite) is a comprehensive tool for evaluating the security posture of different cloud computing services.
What are the features of Azure penetration testing?
The Azure services provide the framework for creating virtual machines, networks, and applications, but they are ultimately owned by the end user. As a result, it's critical that your Azure instances undergo regular security assessments in order to protect your most valuable assets.
What do we offer to the clients?
As of June 2017, conducting penetration tests on Azure services does not require prior authorisation. While this saves time during the pre-engagement phase, there are still a lot of things to think about before you test your Azure network.
It's vital to know that certain assessment procedures aren't allowed on Azure to protect other users. Some are more visibly damaging, such as launching DoS assaults against the server.
Scanning an out-of-scope service or running a scanner that generates excessive traffic, for example, can have unforeseen negative consequences for Azure users.
Why choose us?
How can choosing our Azure services help you?
Before allowing hostile parties to do it for you, test the efficiency of your own security safeguards. We take pleasure in being unique, and we recognise that your company and its requirements are as well.