Our methodology for physical penetration testing


  1. Control the peripheral security of buildings
  2. Test the ability of an attacker to break into it
  3. Attempt to connect attack devices
  4. Check the reaction of employees and security guards


  1. Daytime recognition
  2. Night recognition
  3. Day and / or night intrusion attempts
  4. Network socket protection tests
  5. Connecting attack devices

Main checks

  • Main doors
  • Secondary doors
  • Basement
  • Car park
  • Rooftops
  • Windows
  • Terraces
  • Unloading docks
  • Freight elevators
  • Main elevators
  • Service elevators
  • Firefighters access
  • Service hatches
  • Emergency doors

Intrusion scenario

  • Camera bypass via blind spot
  • Access by secondary door used for employee breaks
  • Service Provider Identity Theft
  • Access through a window that remains open
  • Entering the premises via underground car park
  • Security officers bypassed during their rounds
  • Picking weak locks
  • The pretext of forgetting a badge at his work station
  • Introduction of a malware on a workstation
  • Connecting hacking equipment to a network outlet