1 Vulnerability Assessment and Penetration Testing CC Faculty ALTTC, Ghaziabad
2 Need Vulnerabilities Vulnerabilities are transpiring in different platforms and applications regularly. Information Security evaluation The security situation of the organisation s network/systems need to be evaluated at regular intervals How often do you evaluate the security situation of your network?
4 Pen Test v. VA v. Audit What are the differences between a Penetration Test, a Vulnerability Assessment and an Audit? Many people use this terms interchangeably. There are actually distinct differences.
5 Pen Test v. Vuln Assess v. Audit Audits Auditing compares current practices against a set of standards. Industry groups or security institutions may create those standards. Organizational management is responsible for demonstrating that the standards they adopt are appropriate for their organization
6 Pen Test vs VA vs Audit Assessments An assessment is a study to locate security vulnerabilities and identify corrective actions. An assessment differs from an audit by not having a set of standards to test against. It differs from a penetration test by providing the tester with full access to the systems being tested.
7 Pen Test v. VA v. Audit Pen Test Vulnerability Assessment Audit Initial Info Limited Limited Full Outcome Access to Internal Network List of Vulnerabilities Secure System Location Internal / External Internal/External On System Time Medium Short Long
8 Penetration Testing A set of procedures designed to bypass the security controls of a system or organization Real life test of the organization s exposure to known security threats Performed to uncover the security weakness of a system Focuses on exploiting network and systems vulnerabilities that an unauthorized user would exploit
10 Knowledge Assumptions What kinds of test can be performed? Test should address risks and illustrate: zero knowledge: hacker from Internet knowledgeable: former employee, no access, but understands organization insider: current employee, has legitimate access to IT resources knowledgeable insider: IT person, detailed systems knowledge
11 Penetration Testing - Prerequisites The persons conducting penetration testing should be skilled professionals Security Auditors CERT-In empanelled Security Auditors
13 Penetration Testing - Preparation Rules of Engagement: formal permission for conducting penetration testing prior to starting. This may include: Specific IP addresses/ranges to be tested Any restricted hosts A list of acceptable testing techniques Identification of a finite period for testing IP addresses of the machines from which penetration testing will be conducted so that administrators can differentiate the legitimate penetration testing attacks from actual malicious attacks Points of contact for the penetration testing team, the targeted systems, and the networks Measures to prevent law enforcement being called with false alarms (created by the testing) Handling of information collected by penetration testing team.
15 Penetration Testing - Methodology Teams Red Team attempts to discover vulnerabilities Blue Team simulates normal administration detection of attacks respond to attacks White Team inject workload captures results Note: The team system is only optional We are focusing on functions to be performed by Red Team here
16 Penetration Testing Reconnaissance Objective To collect basic information about the organisation and their network Methodology - collect as much information as possible without actually scanning the target network. - study the webpage, search the Internet about the organisation mailing list archives - Whois queries, reverse DNS Tools Samspade, Smartwhois, Neotrace, traceroute etc.
17 Penetration Testing Foot printing Objective To determine - the operating system platform, version etc., running the webserver, mailserver, clients etc. - applications running Methodology - Conduct various web based queries - TCP Fingerprinting - Target Acquisition
18 Penetration Testing Foot printing Penetration Testing > Foot printing > TCP finger printing Active finger printing sending a crafter packet Passive finger printing capturing packets and analysing probe the TCP/IP stack, because it varies with OSs this information is used to create a fingerprint to determine what type of machine is running Tools Nmap Queso Cheops
19 Penetration Testing Footprinting Penetration Testing > Footprinting > Target acquisition Target Acquisition : Obtain as much information as possible about the target Tools Netcraft Internic database searches - whois queries Dig Route analysis traceroute /
20 Penetration Testing - Scanning Objective - To find out the live hosts of target network, - determine details of operating systems, applications, ports, services running on target network, systems Methodology - Conduct various types of scans - Analyse the results of Target Acquisition - Host Discovery - Port Scanning - Banner Retrieval
21 Penetration Testing - Scanning Penetration Testing > Scanning > Host Discovery Identify which machines to target to determine which machines are alive and responding Tools Tools: - fping, pinger, nmap, hostcount - NetScan Tools - WS_Ping ProPack
22 Penetration Testing - Scanning Penetration Testing > Scanning > Port Scanning Port scans to determine which services are running To find out vulnerable services Port scans can be noisy stealth scanners do not make full TCP connections, making detection difficult Results of different types of scans viz. connect, SYN, FIN, ACK, XMAS, NULL etc are to be correlated Tools strobe, nmap, jakal, netcat, Asmodeus, Cybercop scanner, ISS, NetSonar, WS_Ping ProPack, NetScan Tools
23 Port Scanning Results of nmap Starting nmap V by ( ) Interesting ports on babbage ( ): (The 1515 ports scanned but not shown below are in state: closed) Port State Service 22/tcp open ssh 25/tcp open smtp 80/tcp open http 111/tcp open sunrpc 443/tcp open https 662/tcp open unknown 1024/tcp open kdm 3128/tcp open squid-http
25 Penetration Testing - Enumeration Objective To determine various user groups, user accounts and their privileges Methodology Analyse the results of scanning phase, select a server/client system Tools NAT,, Enum, GetAdmin, user2sid
26 Penetration Testing - VA Objective Methodology To find out the vulnerabilities existing in the target network/systems Analyse the results of previous phases Assess the vulnerabilities in the target network/systems Automated Vulnerability scanners Tools Retina, Nessus, ISS
27 Penetration Testing - VA Automated Vulnerability Scanning Tools run against target systems scans a range of IP addresses only looking for known vulnerabilities up to date(?) vulnerability checking can be configured for specific tests Windows modules web server modules UNIX module denial of service modules Tools Retina, Nessus, ISS
28 Vulnerability Scanning Other considerations false positives - verification of scan results some scanners are free scans are noisy, leaving large footprints denial of service attacks may bring down scan target some tests require root/administrator access password grinding may lock accounts
29 Port Scanners Types of tools Single purpose scanners Banner Scan Vulnerability Assessment Suites Nessus SAINT ISS Internet security scanner Others, Retina, Shadow, etc.
30 Port Scanners Types of tools Give a good initial picture of what a host/network looks like Easily bogged down by personal firewalls Most popular: nmap, xprobe2
31 Types of tools Single purpose scanners Tools written to test a specific vulnerability Extremely useful when they are timely The type of scan opportunistic attackers use
32 Types of tools Vulnerability Assessment Suites - Nessus Nessus Open source Quick to add new signatures Used by many consultants Various report formats Allows custom scan checks
33 Types of tools: Vulnerability Assessment Suites - SAINT SAINT One of the first Less complex than Nessus to setup SAINT runs exclusively on UNIX Saint used to be free and open source, but is now a commercial product.
34 Types of tools Vulnerability Assessment Suites ISS ISS Internet security scanner Reasonably up to date Understands different reporting audiences May be priced out of most IT budgets
35 Types of tools Vulnerability Assessment Suites - Others Other Commercial Products Cisco Scanner Network Associates CyberCop Core Impact
36 Actual Penetration - Hacking Perimeter penetration Router vulnerabilities SNMP Solarwinds Firewall vulnerabilities Fragmentation, Spoofing IDS Spoofing, Timing of Scans etc.
37 Actual Penetration - Hacking System hacking Privilege escalation Password cracking DoS
38 Actual Penetration - Hacking Password guessing methods Dictionary attack Brute force attack Hybrid attack Social engineering
39 Hacking : Covering the tracks To see whether the evidence of hacking could be erased Tools: elsave WinZapper
40 Penetration Testing - Conclusion Preparation of Reports Report format - illustrates each step of Pentest carried out - Tools used - Vulnerabilities found - audit trails - Recommended solutions
41 Penetration Testing - Cleanup Follow up on Reports of Penetration Testing Information Security Policy Standards Guidelines Procedures
42 Security Testing Standard OSSTMM Open-Source Security Testing Methodology Manual Version 2.1 at Report format templates: (page 93 to 120) Version 3.0 (to be released) Developed by Pete Herzog, it is a living document on how to perform a penetration test. Defines how to go about performing a pen test, but does not go into the actual tools.
43 References Information Security - Chris Clifton NIST Special Publication : Guideline on Network Security Testing
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