Pwnie Express Blog

The Android Open Pwn Project (and You)

The Pwn Pad doesn’t need an introduction - its predecessors have been hailed as high performance hacking machines and the world’s most powerful mobile penetration testing platforms. But now the Pad...

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Topics: Mobile sensors, Penetration testing

Introducing the Pwn Pad 4: the latest Pwnie mobile sensor for wired, wireless and Bluetooth device detection, classification, and penetration testing

We’re excited to announce pre-sale of the Pwn Pad 4, a commercial-grade security tablet designed for remote security assessment. The Pwn Pad 4 combines a portable security detection and pen-testing...

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Topics: Mobile sensors, Penetration testing, Blog, Pwn Pulse

Pwnie Express on Good Morning America

Watch Video Here Pwnie Express founder and CTO Dave Porcello was recently featured on Good Morning America to help raise awareness on the cyber attacks currently targeting hotel guests across the...

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Topics: Enterprise, Penetration testing, Blog, Wireless

WPS Cracking with Reaver

We’ve previously covered how ineffectual WEP encryption is for securing a wireless network, showing that the Pwn Plug R3 can easily break into a WEP network in less than one minute. But considering...

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Topics: Mobile sensors, Penetration testing, Blog, Fixed sensors

10 Reasons Why Pwn Pulse Will Save You Time and Money

1. Real Time Wired, Wireless, and Bluetooth Asset Discovery Pwn Pulse allows you to automatically discover both wired and wireless assets and helps security professionals locate rogue devices and...

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Topics: Enterprise, Penetration testing, Blog, Vulnerability scanning tools, Wired, Wireless

(Fast) WEP Cracking on the Pwn Plug R3

It’s common knowledge that Wired Equivalent Privacy (WEP) is a completely broken form of WiFi security, but not everyone knows just how trivial it can be to defeat with a properly configured...

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Topics: Penetration testing, Blog, Fixed sensors

Standard Reverse SSH

Next in our how-to Pwnie is a tutorial in how to set up a standard reverse SSH connection. In order to get past firewalls and communicate directly with a Pwn Pro sensor located in a remote...

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Topics: Penetration testing, Blog, Fixed sensors

Employees, Education, and Social Engineering

In conversations with CISO’s and others in charge of security, the Pwnies keep hearing the same thing: employees are usually the weakest link. When people think of hackers, the stereotype is still of...

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Topics: Enterprise, Penetration testing, All compliance, Blog

Derby Con and $100 Off

Did you watch the Pwnies on Security Weekly last week? No? Well then you missed out… and on more than a great show! Pwnie Express was offering $100 off an R3 to those who watched (which expires...

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Topics: Penetration testing, All compliance, Blog, Vulnerability scanning tools

Stealing Credentials with Fake Login Pages

In previous entries, we’ve seen how client devices can be tricked into connecting to a rogue access point, giving the person running the AP full control over the client’s Internet access. The concept...

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Topics: Mobile sensors, Penetration testing, Blog, Wireless

Crunching the Numbers: A Snapshot of Security

Here at Pwnie, we want to know just how we're helping the industry. So we conducted a survey of you and your peers -- hundreds of IT security professionals last month. The survey found that 40.6...

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Topics: Penetration testing, Blog, Vulnerability scanning tools, Wired, Wireless

How to Use WiFite on the Pwn Pad

This video covers how to use WiFite on the Pwn Pad. Launch WiFite (in the wireless tools folder), the set it/forget it of wireless pentesting apps. Select the TPLink adapter (as it supports packet...

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Topics: Mobile sensors, Penetration testing, Blog

Congratulations to the Winners of our Vegas Pwn Phone Drawings!

Congratulations to Eric Meyers of Corning, Inc. and Joe Burgos of Molina Healthcare, the winners of our Pwn Phone drawings at Black Hat and DEF CON! The Pwn Phone 2014 is a high-speed, lightweight LG...

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Topics: Mobile sensors, Penetration testing, Blog, Wired, Wireless

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