For faster turnaround time and less hassle than setting up for an onsite engineer, Raxis Transporter allows a highly qualified penetration testing resource to access remote networks without restriction.
The Transporter device is based on a Beaglebone Black system board, runs on Debian Linux, and utilizes a custom configuration of OpenVPN and remote access tools to securely access customer networks for penetration testing. This device provides a layer 2 network connection to the customer network, allowing for the pentester to use the standard toolset on their high performance devices.
Connect Transporter to your internal network and Raxis will be able to properly test your PCI segmentation controls.
Secure Network Access
Through OpenVPN, Transporter provides secure, behind-the-firewall access to Raxis engineers without disruption of firewall policies.
Our Virtual Wire technology permits our team of security engineers to connect to any network, anywhere in the world.
Layer 2 connectivity via a secure OpenVPN tunnel means that the penetration test won't be hindered by low performance hardware.
Raxis Transporter was specifically designed for penetration testing use. It supports any operation the Raxis engineer may wish to use from their local device, including Nessus scanning, SMBRelayX, and remote retrieval of Windows domain hashes. Once the pentest is complete, the customer may simply remove the device to properly terminate 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
- MicroSD slot
- 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