A Trojan Horse 2000+ Years Later

Posted: July 26, 2011 in Security

penetrate (ˈpeni,treit’) — verb

1. To find or force a way into or through (something); pierce; enter

test [test] – noun

1. The means by which the presence, quality, or genuineness of anything is determined; a means of  trial

Penetration Test

1. To identify the presence of points where something can find or force its way into or through something else

Two thousand years later and Trojan horses still work. They will never get old.

Check out here what Netragard did for a client pentest. The classic wooden horse redesigned.


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