On-Site Penetration Testing hasn’t been easier.
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 all that is needed is network access.
Sitara Processor: 1GHz Arm Cortex-A8, 3D Graphics, PRU-ICSS
512MB DDR3 RAM
4GB 8-bit eMMC on-board flash storage
10/100mb ethernet connectivity
USB 2.0, may be used for 2nd 10/100 network
DC 5V Transformer or USB Power
Debian Linux, remotely managed and patched
DHCP IP Address for Transporter, can be static pre-configured
Additional DHCP Addresses may be needed for Raxis engineer
Automatically connects to privately hosted Raxis servers (not cloud)
OpenVPN certificate based authentication, uses UDP 1194
SSH reverse tunnel fallback
Layer 2 "Virutal Wire" support for examining broadcast traffic