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1. Black hat hackers aim to investigate the system or network for weak points that malicious hackers can exploit or destroy.
2. Ethical hackers hack their own systems to find potential threats and vulnerabilities.
3. Ethical hackers should have a basic understanding of how all hardware components work.
4. Gray box penetration testing is when the pen tester has full knowledge and access to the source code and environment.
5. During a black box penetration test, the pen tester has partial knowledge or access to an internal network or web application.
6. During a white box penetration test, the pen tester is given little to no information regarding the IT infrastructure of a business.
7. Black box penetration testing is also known as external testing.
8. White box penetration testing is also known as external testing.
9. Network service penetration testing, or infrastructure testing, is one of the most common types of penetration testing performed.
10. Wireless penetration testing is used to discover vulnerabilities or security weaknesses in web-based applications.
11. The goal of these tests is to pinpoint security threats that emerge locally. It belongs to physical penetration testing.
12. Social engineering penetration testing focuses on people and processes and the vulnerabilities associated with them.
13. The pen tester attempts to get past the physical security barriers and gain access to your business’ security infrastructure, buildings, or systems. It is known as social engineering penetration testing.
14. Wireless penetration testing involves identifying and examining the connections between all devices connected to the business’s WiFi.
15. An Ethical hacker should have knowledge of computers, networking, good writing, programming, problem-solving, and database.