15+ Years of Experience- Australian Cyber Security Company

Wirelss Network Penetration Testing Services - Wifi Security

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Opting for Thwart Cyber Security for your wireless and Wi-Fi penetration testing means placing your trust in a team of seasoned experts who use the latest methodologies to detect and address network vulnerabilities. Our holistic approach to cybersecurity isn’t confined to finding gaps; we go the extra mile to provide tailored recommendations for enhancing your security defenses against escalating cyber threats. Your investment in our services translates into fortified data protection, increased customer confidence, and a resilient digital safety ethos within your organization.

What We Do

Identify Access Points

Identifying all the wireless access points and devices within the target network through a wireless site survey.


Documenting the vulnerabilities discovered, their potential impact, and recommendations for mitigating the risks in a comprehensive report.

Network Segmentation

Testing for weaknesses in network segmentation to ensure that the wireless network is properly isolated from other parts of the network.

Testing Access

Attempting to gain access to the wireless network by using various attack vectors such as exploiting vulnerabilities in the wireless protocols, brute-forcing wireless passwords, or attempting to spoof MAC addresses.

Test Encryption

Testing the wireless network for weaknesses in encryption and authentication mechanisms to prevent unauthorized access.

Intrusion Detection

Assessing the network for weaknesses in wireless intrusion detection and prevention systems to detect and prevent attacks.

Check Policy & Procedure

Reviewing policies and procedures for wireless security to ensure that they are properly enforced and effective.

Wireless Pen Testing FAQ's

What is wireless pen testing?

Wireless penetration testing, also known as wireless pen testing, is a type of security assessment that is performed to identify and evaluate vulnerabilities in wireless networks. It involves using specialized tools and techniques to simulate attacks that a potential attacker may use to gain unauthorized access or compromise the wireless network.

What is involved in a wireless pen test?

A wireless penetration test typically involves identifying all the wireless access points and devices within the target network, attempting to gain access by exploiting vulnerabilities in the wireless protocols or password protection, and documenting the vulnerabilities discovered, their potential impact, and recommendations for mitigating the risks.

What are the benefits of wireless pen testing?

The benefits of wireless penetration testing include identifying and addressing vulnerabilities proactively, reducing the risk of wireless attacks and protecting sensitive data and assets, and ensuring compliance with regulatory requirements.

What are the limitations of wireless security testing?

Wireless penetration testing has some limitations, such as not being able to detect all types of wireless attacks and not being able to simulate real-world scenarios perfectly. However, it is still an important part of a comprehensive security program that includes wireless networks.

Can Wireless Testing Be Conducted Remotely?

Wireless penetration testing can be conducted remotely, but it can also be performed on-site. The scope and complexity of the wireless network infrastructure, as well as the specific requirements of the testing, will determine whether a remote or on-site service is most appropriate.

Why is wireless network testing important?

Wireless networks can be vulnerable to various types of attacks, such as unauthorized access, eavesdropping, and interference. By identifying and addressing vulnerabilities proactively, organizations can reduce the risk of wireless attacks and protect sensitive data and assets.

What tools are used in wireless pen testing?

There are several tools used in wireless penetration testing, including wireless network scanners, packet sniffers, password cracking tools, and vulnerability scanners.

How often should wireless security testing be performed?

Wireless penetration testing should be performed on a regular basis, at least once a year, or whenever significant changes are made to the wireless network infrastructure.

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Don’t leave the security of your wireless network to chance. Contact us today to schedule a wireless penetration testing service and safeguard your sensitive data and assets.


Thwart Cyber Is An  Australian Penetration Testing Company