This month, NCC Group researchers will be presenting their work at the following conferences: Dirk-Jan Mollema, "ROADtools and ROADrecon," to be presented at Black Hat USA 2020 (Virtual - August 1-6 2020)Chris Nevin, "Carnivore: Microsoft External Attack Tool" to be presented at Black Hat USA 2020 (Virtual - August 1-6 2020)Rory McCune, "Mastering Container Security … Continue reading Conference Talks – August 2020
Depthcharge is an extensible Python 3 toolkit designed to aid security researchers when analyzing a customized, product-specific build of the U-Boot bootloader. This blog post details the motivations for Depthcharge’s creation, highlights some key features, and exemplifies its use in a “tethered jailbreak” of a smart speaker that leverages secure boot functionality. The first three … Continue reading Tool Release: Sinking U-Boots with Depthcharge
The Thinkst Canary is best described as a digital tripwire for physical and virtual environments. It sits there waiting for a threat actor to tip you off they are mooching around your environment. What is less appreciated however is it is extensible with custom user modules. This post is the first in a series detailing our experiments in extending the product.
We're proud to announce the release of a new version of our open-source, multi-cloud auditing tool ScoutSuite (on Github)! Since the release of 5.8.0 back in late March, we've had over 300 commits from 8 different contributors, and closed 30 PRs. Notable improvements and features include: AWS Added 4 new ELB and ELBv2 findingsAdded support … Continue reading Tool Release – ScoutSuite 5.9.0
Have you ever faced a situation where you have a number of web services to test but no one is able to provide full working examples of each API call? WStalker is a work aid to help developers / functional testers record API traffic to help facilitate security assessments by security testers and other tooling.
Introduction A month ago, we released a new tool that made it possible to tunnel traffic over an existing Remote Desktop Connection without the need to alter the configuration of the environment. This tool enables penetration testers to conduct their assessments over Windows-based jump boxes. Remote Access technologies are quite diversified, although Remote Desktop Services … Continue reading Tool Release – Socks Over RDP Now Works With Citrix
Introduction Remote Desktop Protocol (RDP) is used to create an interactive session on a remote Windows machine. This is a widely used protocol mostly used by Administrators to remotely access the resources of the operating system or network based services. As penetration testers we frequently find ourselves in a situation where the only access that … Continue reading Tool Release – Socks Over RDP
Quick note to say we've released ScoutSuite 5.8.0 on Github with the following features: Improved support for AWS Added support for KMS Added basic support for Secrets Manager Simplified evaluation of IAM policies in multiple rules Improved support for Azure Added support for App Service Web Apps Added support for Security Center Compliance Results Added … Continue reading Tool Release – ScoutSuite 5.8.0
When testing for out-of-band vulnerabilities, Collaborator has been an invaluable tool since its initial release in 2015. By acting as a HTTP, DNS and SMTP server, Collaborator allows researchers to identify complex out-of-band interactions between target applications and external services aiding in the discovery of vulnerabilities such as server-side request forgery (SSRF), XML external entity … Continue reading Tool Release – Collaborator++