Remote Pentesting via Transporter

Small, simple, secure remote access

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Onsite Travel?
Unnecessary with Raxis Transporter

We were home based even before the pandemic. The Raxis Transporter saves time and money by bringing our services onsite when our team doesn’t need to be.

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Lower Cost, Better Results

Without Transporter, an engineer will need to travel to your location to perform a penetration test on your network. This means user access forms, approvals, travel expenses, desk request, and a visitor badge. It’s an unnecessary hassle that isn’t a good use of time when we just need access as a malicious employee.

With secure remote access, we can apply the full power of our elite penetration test team. This allows for us to utilize specialists when needed, bringing you better results.

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Easy to Deploy. Easy to Remove.


Connect Transporter

We'll ship you a preconfigured Transporter that is based on a Raspberry Pi4.

Connect it to a network port that has external internet access, typically one that you would use for any of your employees.


Monitor Your Test

Login to Raxis One and keep tabs on your assessment.

We'll send you updates via the portal, and you'll also receive status updates via email.


Ship it Back

Disconnect the Transporter, place it back in the box, and use the prepaid form to ship it back to us.

Or, keep it connected for your next Raxis test.

Virtual Machine? We'd prefer you avoid.

In our experience, Virtual Machines used for third party access are often left running for quite some time, long after the job is complete. They are also hard to get approvals for, more difficult to setup, and frequently have different access policies than what a malicious employee would have.

We can access everything needed for a penetration test from our simple-to-install Transporter. If your network is 100% virtual private cloud (VPC) without any physical access ports, we have a single line remote access solution that can access your VPC as a malicious insider. Raxis supports AWS, Microsoft Azure, Digital Ocean, Rackspace, and others.

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Transporter Technical Specifications


  • Built on the Raspberry Pi 4 platform, Raxis can access any internet accessible network in the world
  • 1.5GHz Broadcom BCM2711, Quad core Cortex-A72 (ARM v8) 64-bit SoC
  • 8GB LPDDR4-3200 SDRAM
  • 128GB Samsung Evo MicroSD storage
  • Gigabit ethernet with onboard 802.11ac and Bluetooth 5.0 wireless
  • 2 USB 3.0 ports; 2 USB 2.0 ports
  • 2 micro-HDMI ports (up to 4kp60 supported)
  • MicroSD slot
  • USB-C Power Supply
  • Debian Linux, remotely managed and patched
  • DHCP IP Address for Transporter, can be static preconfigured
  • Additional DHCP Addresses may be needed for Raxis engineer
  • Automatically establishes encrypted connection to Raxis servers
  • OpenVPN certificate based authentication, uses UDP 1194
  • SSH reverse tunnel fallback
  • Layer 2 "Virtual Wire" support for examining broadcast traffic
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