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Netragard’s Badge of Honor (Thank you McAfee)

By |2020-03-31T10:29:21-04:00November 15th, 2011|

Here at Netragard We Protect You From People Like Us™ and we mean it.  We don’t just run automated scans, massage the output, and draft you a report that makes you feel good.  That's what many companies do.  Instead, we "hack" you with a methodology that [...]

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Netragard Signage Snatching

By |2020-03-31T10:29:42-04:00February 25th, 2011|

Recently Netragard has had a few discussions with owners and operators of sports arenas, with the purpose of identifying methods in which a malicious hacker could potentially disrupt a sporting event, concert, or other large scale and highly visible event. During the course of the these [...]

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Quality Penetration Testing by Netragard

By |2020-03-31T10:30:04-04:00February 22nd, 2011|

The purpose of Penetration Testing is to identify the presence of points where an external entity can make its way into or through a protected entity. Penetration Testing is not unique to IT security and is used across a wide variety of different industries.  For example, [...]

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Netragard Challenges your PCI Compliance

By |2020-03-31T10:30:12-04:00January 25th, 2011|

The purpose of legitimate Network Penetration Testing is to positively identify risks in a targeted IT Infrastructure before those risks are identified and exploited by malicious hackers. This enables the IT managers to remediate against those risks before they become an issue. To accomplish this the [...]

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Netragard: Connect to chaos

By |2020-03-31T10:30:20-04:00January 16th, 2011|

The Chevy Volt will be the first car of its type: not because it is a hybrid electric/petrol vehicle, but because GM plans to give each one the company sells its own IP address. The Volt will have no less than 100 microcontrollers running its systems from [...]

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Netragard’s thoughts on Pentesting IPv6 vs IPv4

By |2020-03-31T10:30:26-04:00January 14th, 2011|

We’ve heard a bit of “noise” about how IPv6 may impact network penetration testing and how networks may or may not be more secure because of IPv6.  Lets be clear, anyone telling you that IPv6 makes penetration testing harder doesn’t understand the first thing about real [...]

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Hacking your car for fun and profit.

By |2020-03-31T10:32:38-04:00January 7th, 2011|

Our CEO (Adriel Desautels) recently spoke at the Green Hills Software Elite Users Technology Summit regarding automotive hacking. During his presentation there were a series of reporters taking photographs, recording audio, etc.   Of all of the articles that came out, one in particular caught our [...]

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What If?

By |2020-03-31T10:32:47-04:00December 2nd, 2010|

I recently participated in a panel at the BASC conference that was held at the Microsoft New England Research & Development (NERD) building at One Memorial Drive in Cambridge. One of the questions that surfaced inspired me to write this article. While there are more security [...]

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Penetration Testing – What’s that?

By |2020-03-31T10:33:12-04:00November 19th, 2010|

It amazes me that most of the "security companies" that offer penetration testing services don't know what penetration testing is. Specifically, they don't deliver penetration tests even though they call their services penetration testing services. In most cases their customers think that they're receiving penetration tests [...]

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