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IOT Penetration Test

Internet of Things (IOT) is defined as the 'Internet of Things'. It covers all devices on the Internet or connected to the Internet. All products that require connection to home, office or any network to fulfill their features are included in this scope. Penetration tests we perform on these devices are defined as IOT penetration tests. All IOT products collect data during use. In many cases, product functions have been found to be partially or completely connected to the Internet, and many IOT devices can be controlled by the manufacturer.


All kinds of electronic or electrical device manufacturers come up with new versions to make their devices smart and add features that require internet connection. Unfortunately, most of these products lack the necessary security design and have vulnerabilities due to complications or errors in their construction.  Software and hardware tests for an IoT product, which is for one purpose, whether it fulfills its function and can be easily adjusted. stays with. Unfortunately, security is not considered in such products.


About IOT (Internet Of Things) Penetration Tests

The hardware (chipset) used in the new product is generally old and often comes across with more than one security vulnerabilities when it is released. Software that is included in IOT devices and is rarely subjected to in-depth security testing is vulnerable to new attack types because it is not updated.


As a result, IoT devices connecting to hundreds of thousands or millions of home and business networks are seen as vulnerable and also an easy target for cyber attackers. When a vulnerability is discovered for a widely distributed product, these devices in thousands of homes and businesses can potentially expose their entire networks to exposure and cyberattacks.


In today's technology world, smart homes, smart televisions, thermostats, lights, door locks and even refrigerators have become widespread as internet-connected objects. Smart refrigerators can monitor the amount of milk remaining and automatically reorder from a preferred store. Washers and dryers send notifications to your phone when they're done. Smart thermostats can automatically work when you approach your home and the temperature drops, heating your home. When you come home, your favorite music can be played and calls can be displayed on the screen.


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We also use IOT devices individually. Wearable devices for health and fitness, wearable IoT devices that offer biometric measurements such as heart rate, perspiration levels, and complex measurements such as oxygen levels in the blood stream are some examples. In medicine, surgically implanted devices report to the doctor on health status and in some cases receive instructions from medical personnel to take action. All this data goes back to a central database owned by the manufacturer and provides a data stream.


In short, the IOT generates and shares payloads. That's why every device is vulnerable to malicious attacks, data misuse, and forced data breaches. That's why it makes a strong case for spontaneous dynamic testing, code, logic, and vulnerability assessment during product development. IOT devices can contain many security vulnerabilities due to their architecture and therefore become vulnerable to attack.




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