Tool Release – Reliably-checked String Library Binding

by Robert C. Seacord Memory Safety Reliably-checked Strings is a library binding I created that uses static array extents to improve diagnostics that can help identify memory safety flaws. This is part of broader initiative in the C Standards Committee to improve bounds checking for array types. See my blog post Improving Software Security through … Continue reading Tool Release – Reliably-checked String Library Binding

Are you oversharing (in Salesforce)? Our new tool could sniff it out!

Unauthorised access to data is a primary concern of clients who commission a Salesforce assessment. The Salesforce documentation acknowledges that the sharing model is a "complex relationship between role hierarchies, user permissions, sharing rules, and exceptions for certain situations"[1]. It is often said that complexity and security are natural enemies. Salesforce empowers its users with … Continue reading Are you oversharing (in Salesforce)? Our new tool could sniff it out!

Tool Release – Principal Mapper v1.1.0 Update

Principal Mapper, or PMapper, is a tool and library for in-depth analysis with AWS Identity and Access Management, as well as AWS Organizations. PMapper stores data about AWS accounts and organizations, then provides options to query, visualize, and analyze that data. The library, written in Python, enables users to extend PMapper's functionality for other use-cases. … Continue reading Tool Release – Principal Mapper v1.1.0 Update

Tool Release – Solitude: A privacy analysis tool

Created by Dan Hastings and Emanuel Flores Solitude is an open source privacy analysis tool that enables you to conduct your own privacy investigations into where your private data goes once it leaves your web browser or mobile device. Whether a curious novice or a more advanced researcher, Solitude makes the process of evaluating an … Continue reading Tool Release – Solitude: A privacy analysis tool

Lending a hand to the community – Covenant v0.7 Updates

Introduction Covenant [1] is an open source .NET command and control framework to support Red Team operations, similar in many ways to the well-known Cobalt Strike threat emulation software. Covenant is an ASP.NET Core, cross-platform application that includes a web-based interface that allows for multi-user collaboration. It has two main agents/payloads: The Grunt, which is … Continue reading Lending a hand to the community – Covenant v0.7 Updates

MSSQL Lateral Movement

Using discovered credentials to move laterally in an environment is a common goal for the NCC Group FSAS team. The ability to quickly and reliably use a newly gained set of credentials is essential during time-constrained operations. This blog post explains how to automate lateral movement via MSSQL CLR without touching disk* or requiring XP_CMDSHELL and how this can be prevented and detected.

Sign over Your Hashes – Stealing NetNTLM Hashes via Outlook Signatures

In your emails, getting your hashes  Capturing NetNTLM hashes from network communications is nothing new; a quick Google for 'Capture NTLM Hashes' throws up blog posts discussing the various ways to force SMB communications to an attacker and the numerous existing tools to capture the authentication attempt and extract the password hash. Sniffing SMB traffic requires elevated permissions … Continue reading Sign over Your Hashes – Stealing NetNTLM Hashes via Outlook Signatures

Helping Engineering Teams Tackle Security Debt in Embedded Systems: U-Boot Configuration Auditing Introduced in Depthcharge v0.2.0

Depthcharge v0.2.0 is now available on GitHub and PyPi. This release introduces new “configuration checker” functionality and includes some major updates intended to improve usability. A tl;dr summary can be found in the CHANGELOG file. This blog post dives a bit more into the motivations for the changes, envisioned use-cases, and how this update fits … Continue reading Helping Engineering Teams Tackle Security Debt in Embedded Systems: U-Boot Configuration Auditing Introduced in Depthcharge v0.2.0