Vulnerability testing is an assessment where we look at your specified networks and attempt to identify common vulnerabilities that could be used to exploit them.
Penetration Testing (Pentesting) is a more in-depth test of a network's security, and includes custom exploits, social engineering, and other advanced methods of gaining access.
Security is a constantly shifting field, and attackers are becoming more and more sophisticated. The best way to stay ahead of them is to test your network's security in a real-world scenario. Pentesting does this without harming your network or exposing any sensitive data.
Our team is dedicated to security and privacy, and our driving goal is to help businesses keep their data secure. All of our security engineers go through a rigorous training process, and we can put safeguards in place to protect your data.
Having a firewall in place and antivirus on all of your computers is a great security strategy, but it can't protect from all attacks. Social engineering attacks aren't affected by those, and malware authors are constantly finding new ways around antivirus scans. There are also new exploits released daily for all types of software, including the operating system that runs on firewalls.
That's because they are fake! Putting personally identifiable information (or PII) on a business website is a bad idea. It can facilitate social engineering and lead to a company being compromised. We're using fake bios to illustrate that point--the names are real, but none of the other information is. Our President is the exception to this rule because he felt it necessary to present himself more openly and earnestly to the community.
It was an attempt to give our customers a way to get a discount on their service with us, but the Internet has ruined that... So here's the explanation: it's a pigpen cipher, keyed with the name of our company (Zanarkand). So instead of the regular letter arrangement, it looks like this. When you use that to decipher the message, you get "Mention shibboleet to get a discount on your first bill." And for further clarification: shibboleet is a reference to this XKCD comic, and the filename (helloFriend.svg) is a reference to Mr. Robot (see the Wikipedia entry here for more information, and a quick trailer here).
We're sorry that this has ignited such a furor across the Internet, but it really was just a nerdy attempt at engaging our customers. We got the idea from an Adventure Time comic, because, well, we're nerds. In the future, we will have another challenge available for a discount code, but for now, this one is invalid (although the code will stay up for a while).
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