Need Help with IoT Pen Testing?
Built from the ground-up for the embedded ecosystem, Finite State automates pen testing, providing a single platform to analyze boot firmware, device drivers, OS, components, libraries, open source licensing, custom-built software, configuration risks, and more.
What our customers say about Finite State
"This product could easily save me 1 week of time pen testing a connected security camera that would normally take 2-2.5 weeks to pen test."
"Definitely saves time! Helps speed up efficiency!"
"The tool was able to provide great details on the file structure of the connected security camera's firmware."
"Tool is quite easy to use."
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Penetration testing doesn't always scale. Finite State can help
Manual penetration testing ties up time, resources, and staff. That's why 46% of companies don't do it when releasing connected devices.
Device Intelligence = Informed IoT Pen Testing
Boost your vulnerability detection with informed IoT Pen Testing. With Finite State, know your OS. Know your components. Inform your pen testing approach and save time, people, and resources.
How Finite State Can Help
Comprehensive Vulnerability Intelligence
See a risk-prioritized view of your firmware analysis, including risk categorization across CVEs, CWEs, and active exploits needing immediate attention. Pinpoint your most vulnerable components and highlight hard-coded credentials
Software Bill of Materials
With Finite State’s accurate SBOM of packages and versions, based on a class-leading set of 13 matching criteria, pen testers can direct their efforts to save time and resources in identifying flaws
Designed for Action
Finite State's observation capabilities are built with actionability in mind, allowing you to hone in on vulnerabilities that are network-reachable or with associated exploits, informing pen testers where to focus their attention. Intelligent remediation guidance further helps optimize risk mitigation
Finite State observations data can be exported through reports or by API, for seamless integration into tools such as Nessus, or for further manual analysis to determine potential vulnerabilities
The Ultimate Guide to Connected Device Security
Nearly 70% of organizations surveyed by the Linux Foundation report being very or extremely concerned about the security of the software they use. When that software powers critical infrastructure systems in sectors such as energy, telecom, or health care, the stakes to society rise high.
In our Ultimate Guide to Connected Device Security, we explore the six steps that organizations must take to better secure their products and software supply chain lifecycles.
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How Do You Make IoT Pen Testing Easier?
When you're pen testing IoT, you need a solution that's built for the embedded ecosystem and one that automates the firmware stages of pen testing