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2FAssassin

There are many ways to steal someone's private keys without performing social engineering attacks. This talk is dedicated to discussing and demonstrating the newly discovered techniques to bypass the two-factor authentication by stealing and cracking OTP, private keys, and client certificates. By that means, an attacker must compromise the voice or text message accounts, software token, infecting memory agents, cracking passphrase, stealing hardware token, etc. 2FAssassin could turn these looted keys for more fun and profits. The demonstration will include the scenario where the private keys are compromised and then show how an attacker could leverage the situation to gain more access into the corporate networks, as well as making profits. These are not limited to systems that used single sign-on (with 2FA enabled), public key authentication (e.g., password-less authentication, authorized_keys abuse), free software token (e.g., Google Authenticator), website owner (e.g., phishing sites created using stolen private key), and even software vendors (e.g., stolen private key can be used to sign the malicious malware). 2FAssassin will automate the exploitations against the common vulnerabilities that lead to the private key leakage. It can be used to compromise individual system, or the entire network using looted private keys. It also capable to analyze and identify potential private keys from a pool of gathered files, critical key information extraction in order to identify and validate the target domain, cracking and removing the passphrase, injecting arbitrary key-based backdoors to all accessible machines, building multi-chained covert tunnels by leveraging on the loopholes found in vulnerable public key authentication, sign the malware with looted private key followed by automatic bulk distribution, generate phishing site, ... etc, and many many more exciting functionalities.

Presented By

Maxwell Koh

411: A Framework for Managing Security Alerts

Modern web applications are noisy systems that generate enormous amounts of logging information. This information is valuable for debugging and for forensic reasons. Yet, sifting through this information is a daunting task, to say nothing of collecting it in the first case. Many teams have turned to suites like ELK (Elasticsearch, Logstash, Kibana) to ingest and surface this treasure trove of information. It's a valuable resource for Security teams, provided they can surface this information in a timely manner. These were the constraints Etsy worked with in 2014. We needed a solution for generating alerts on top of ELK. This system should have the capability to inject additional context into alerts. There was no available solution at the time, so we built one.

We named this open-source framework 411. We designed 411 as a solution for detecting noteworthy security events, but it's a general useful alerting tool. Nor is it just limited to Elasticsearch, as we've built additional modules for pull data from other sources! This presentation assumes you have an ELK stack set up already. We'll show you some recommendations on logs to index in Elasticsearch. Examples will be provided of alerts that you can build off these logs. We'll demo some of the ways 411 can add context to alerts and the ways you can receive these alerts. Whether you're a newbie looking to learn more or a security veteran with an established system, 411 will be a valuable addition your toolkit.

Presented By

Kenneth Lee  &  Kai Zhong

ACE (Automated Collection and Enrichment Platform)

Many expensive Endpoint Detection and Response (EDR) tools are available, but the high cost and effort required to deploy agents to every host can be off-putting to companies. The Automated Collection and Enrichment (ACE) Platform is an open source solution that enables agentless threat hunting in an environment. This tool makes it possible for anyone to begin gathering otherwise difficult to collect host data to hunt for threats in their environment.

As consultants performing Compromise Assessments, we rarely have the authority or ability to alter a customer's environment to support assessment operations. Actions like enabling Windows Remote Management (WinRM) can require levels of bureaucracy and take months to accomplish. It is also difficult to answer questions surrounding systems running MacOS and Linux. By removing a few of our assumptions, we created ACE, an ASP.NET Web Application that not only allows the scanning of Windows and MacOS machines, but also provides scan management with features like Credential Management, Scan Tracking, and File Downloading.

In addition to running scripts and collecting scan data, ACE provides a robust enrichment and ingestion pipeline. Users can easily create individual enrichments in ACE to integrate their favorite data sources, such as hash lookups, IP reputation, sandboxing. The enrichment details can be integrated with original results to create the finalized data types in one object. With a final enrichment, the robust data set can be sent directly to a waiting SIEM for analysis. We supply an ELK docker image which will automatically ingest data collected by ACE. ACE provides an easy and customizable solution for threat hunters to gather and enrich data before it ever reaches the SIEM, enabling more advanced analysis.

Presented By

Jared Atkinson  &  Robby Winchester

Aktaion v2 - A Machine Learning Open-Source & Active Defense (Orchestration) Tool

Aktaion is a machine learning open source & active defense (orchestration) tool. The tool focuses on the detection of ransomware-based on machine learning techniques, independent of static-based signatures. The tool has been mentioned and featured in may respected community publications and research. On AKTAION v2, we decided to expand our approach utilizing the blending of multiple signals which we call micro behaviors to expand tool detection into PHISHING URI/URL attack delivery.

Presented By

Joseph Zadeh  &  Rod Soto

ANWI (All New Wireless IDS) - The £5 WIDS

ANWI is a new type of Wireless Intrusion Detection System which is based on a low cost Wi-Fi module (ESP8266) and can be deployed at the physical perimeter of the coverage area. It allows organizations that cannot afford expensive WIDS solutions to protect their networks at a fraction of the cost.

The physical size of the sensors is very small and they can be deployed around the perimeter without drawing attention to themselves. ANWI sensors can detect the most commonly used Wi-Fi attacks including Evil Twin, Jamming using de-authentication frames and send alerts to a central console. The central console can be configured to send email to the administrator upon receiving alerts from any of the configured sensors.

ANWI aims to fulfill the need of WIDS which is inexpensive yet can protect against most of the possible attacks. It is easy to setup and deploy and works on "fire and forget principle." Once the sensors have been configured, they can be deployed across the perimeter. The central console keeps monitoring the sensors and in case any of the sensors goes offline an alert is generated as well.

In case there is need for physical security alerts along with wireless IDS , Passive InfraRed sensor (PIR) can be used to provide alerts on motion detection at perimeter. ANWI is under active development and new features will be added on regular basis. The current production version includes all the above features.

Presented By

Sanket Karpe

BadIntent - Integrating Android with Burp

BadIntent is the missing link between the Burp Suite and the core Android's IPC/Messaging-system. BadIntent consists of two parts, an Xposed-based module running on Android and a Burp-plugin. Based on this interplay, it is possible to use the Burp's common workflow and all involved tools and extensions, since the intercept and repeater functionality is provided. BadIntent hooks deeply into the Android system, performs various method redirections in Parcels and adds additional services to provide the described features. Most notably, BadIntent works system-wide and is not restricted to individual user apps.

In the demo, we will present various attacks against target apps, such as attacking encrypted containers, mobile XSS, SQLi, malicious GCM/FCM-payloads and more. Furthermore, we will show how to bypass obfuscation techniques by exploiting the app as a black box and implicitly attack backends. Finally, the brand-new passive and active scanning integration will be presented.

Presented By

Mateusz Khalil

CERNE - Open IDS Platform

The CERNE is a powerful, open IDS platform with on demand capture, delivering IDS alerts using the widely supports Suricata and complete TCP or UDP session data, containing suspected threats for rapid incident response analysis.

Presented By

Dominic Smith

CERTitude - An Open-Source and Agentless Compromise Assessment Tool

CERTitude is a Python-based tool which aims at assessing the compromised perimeter during incident response assignments. It allows analysts to perform large scale scans of Windows-based information systems by searching for behavioural patterns described in IOC (Indicator of Compromise) files.

Notable features include:

  • Ability to scan hosts in a way that prevents the target workstation from knowing what the investigator is searching for
  • Ability to retrieve some pieces of data from the hosts
  • Multiple scanner instances (for IOCs and/or hash scans) can be run at the same time for parallel scanning
  • Built with security considerations in mind (protected database, secure communications with hosts using IPSec)

Presented By

Jean Marsault  &  Vincent NGUYEN

Cloud Security Suite - One Stop Tool for AWS Security Audit

Nowadays, cloud infrastructure is pretty much the de-facto service used by large/small companies. Most of the major organizations have entirely moved to cloud. With more and more companies moving to cloud, the security of cloud becomes a major concern.

While AWS provides you protection with traditional security methodologies and has a neat structure for authorization/configuration, its security is as robust as the person in charge of creating/assigning these configuration policies. As we all know, human error is inevitable and any such human mistake could lead to catastrophic damage to the environment.

Few vulnerable scenarios:

  • Your security groups, password policy or IAM policies are not configured properly
  • S3 buckets are world-readable
  • Web servers supporting vulnerable ssl ciphers
  • Ports exposed to public with vulnerable services running on them
  • If root credentials are used
  • Logging or MFA is disabled
  • And many more such scenarios...

Knowing all this, audit of AWS infrastructure becomes a hectic task! There are few open source tools that help AWS auditing, but none of them have an exhaustive checklist. Also, collecting, setting up all the tools, and looking at different result sets is a painful task. Moreover, while maintaining big infrastructures, system audit of server instances is a major task as well. CS Suite is a one stop tool for auditing the security posture of the AWS infrastructure and does OS audits as well. CS Suite leverages current open-source tools capabilities and has other missing checks added into one tool to rule them all.


CyBot - Open-Source Threat Intelligence Chat Bot (Revamped)

Threat intelligence chat bots are useful friends. They perform research for you and can even be note takers or central aggregators of information. However, it seems like most organizations want to design their own bot in isolation and keep it internal. To counter this trend, our goal was to create a repeatable process using an completely free and open source framework, an inexpensive Raspberry Pi (or even virtual machine), and host a community-driven plugin framework to open up the world of threat intel chat bots to everyone from the home user to the largest security operations center.

We were thrilled to demo the end result of our research at Black Hat Arsenal Vegas - a chat bot that we affectionately call CyBot. We received great feedback and ideas from an enthusiastic crowd and will demo now demo CyBot revamped at Black Hat Europe. Best of all, if you know even a little bit of Python, you can help write plugins and share them with the community. If you want to build your own CyBot, the instructions in this project will let you do so with about an hour of invested time and anywhere from $0-$35 in expenses. Come make your own threat intelligence bot today!

Presented By

Tony Lee

DataSploit - OSINT Framework

DataSploit is an OSINT framework that performs various recon techniques, aggregates all the raw data, and gives data in multiple formats. DataSploit:

  • Performs automated OSINT on a domain/email / username / IP and find out relevant information from different sources.
  • Easy to contribute OSINT Framework.
  • Code for Banner, Main, and Output function. DataSploit automagically does rest of the things for you.
  • Templates to easify your life while contributing.
  • Useful for Pen-testers, Bug Bounty Hunters, Cyber Investigators, Product companies, Security Engineers, etc.
  • Collaborate the results, show them in a consolidated manner.
  • Tries to find out credentials, API-keys, tokens, subdomains, domain history, legacy portals, usernames, dumped accounts, etc. related to the target.
  • Can be used as a library, automated script or standalone scripts.
  • Can generate lists which can be fed to other active scan tools.
  • Generates HTML, along with text files.

Presented By

Shubham Mittal

DET (Data Exfiltration Toolkit)

DET aims to provide a framework to assist with exfiltrating data using either one or several channels. Social media has become extremely popular in recent attacks such as HammerToss, campaign uncovered by FireEye in July 2015. Several tools are also publicly available allowing you to remotely access computers through "legitimate" services such as Gmail (GCat) or Twitter (Twittor). Often gaining access to a network is just the first step for a targeted attacker. Once inside, the goal is to go after sensitive information and exfiltrate it to servers under their control. To prevent this from occuring, a whole industry has popped up with the aim of stopping exfiltration attacks. However, often these are expensive and rarely work as expected. With this in mind, I created the Data Exfiltration Toolkit (DET) to help both penetration testers testing deployed security devices and those admins who've installed and configured them, to ensure they are working as expected and detecting when sensitive data is leaving the network.

Presented By

Paul Amar

DirtyTooth for Raspberry Pi (DirtyPi)

Bluetooth communications are on the rise. Millions of users use the technology to connect to peripherals that simplify and provide greater comfort and experience. There is a trick or hack for iOS 10.3.3 and earlier that takes advantage of the management of the profiles impacting the privacy of users who use Bluetooth technology daily. From the iOS device information leak caused by the incorrect management of profiles, a lot of information about the user and their background may be obtained.

Presented By

Álvaro Nuñez-Romero

DPAPI and DPAPI-NG - Decryption Toolkit

CQMasterKeyAD (CQTools) allows decryption of DPAPI-protected data by leveraging usage of the private key stored as a LSA Secret on a domain controller (we have called it a 'backup key' and it is a key corresponding to the backup public key stored in the domain user's profile). The backup key allows decrypting literally all of the domain user's secrets (passwords / private keys / information stored by the browser). In other words, someone who has the backup key is able to take over all of the identities and their secrets in the whole enterprise. Tool represents CQURE's breakthrough DPAPI discovery.

CQDPAPINGPFXDecrypter (CQTools) leverages DPAPI-NG used in the SID-protected PFX files, and when with the previous tool CQURE Team is able to get access to user's secrets, here it is a bit different! Tool allows to decrypt SID-protected PFX files even without access to user's password but just by generating the SID and user's token.

CQDPAPIKeePassDBDecryptor (CQTools) allows decryption of Keepass database by using DPAPI data that is possessed from the domain. It provides access to all users' Keepass databases and it uses DPAPI data levereaged by CQMasterKeyAD. Tool uses decrypted Master Key of the user in order to decrypt key that encrypts Keepass database.

CQURE tool affects Windows 7, Windows 8, Windows 8.1, Windows 10 and related Windows Server versions. Tool represents CQURE's breakthrough DPAPI discovery.

Presented By

Paula Januszkiewicz

Dradis - 10 Years Helping Security Teams Spend More Time Testing and Less Time Reporting

Dradis is an extensible, cross-platform, open source collaboration framework for InfoSec teams. It can import from over 19 popular tools, including Nessus, Qualys, Burp and AppScan. Started in 2007 (this is the 10th year anniversary!), Dradis Framework has been growing ever since (10,000+ in the last 12 months). Dradis is the best tool to combine the output of different scanners, add your manual findings and evidence and generate a report with one click.

Come see the latest Dradis release in action. It's loaded with updates including new tool connectors, a Burp extension to send your findings into Dradis directly, combining of multiple issues, additional REST API coverage, and a leaner, faster interface. Find out why Dradis is being downloaded over 400 times every week and is loved by students preparing different certifications. Be sure to check it out before we run out of the exclusive 10th anniversary stickers!

Presented By

Daniel Martin

DYODE - A DIY Low-Cost Data Diode for ICS

DYODE (Do Your Own Dyode) is a low cost, DIY data diode aimed at securing Industrial Control Systems. While data diodes have been used for a long time on classified networks, the high cost and complexity of implementation have kept them away from a lot of valid use cases on industrial control systems. During our assignments, we encountered many situations in which time or availability constraints were not really high -but the security risk was- and a commercial data diode way too costly.

Presented By

Arnaud Soullié

Expliot - Internet Of Things Security Testing and Exploitation Framework

IoT is an emerging field exploding with new products and innovation. The security of IoT products is still lagging behind for various reasons. One of the important reasons from security researcher's perspective is the availability of security tools. If you have been pentesting IoT products, you would agree that there are too many different tools required for the job and there is no single silver bullet. And when it comes to Smart Infrastructure, we do not have any existing solutions similar to IT penetration testing tools.
We started looking at the learning curve and tools required for IoT security research and decided to create a framework that will enable the research community to speed up their research and pentesting effort. Meet expliot (pronounced - explaayotee) an open source IoT security testing and exploitation framework, right now in Beta phase, it will provide the building block for writing exploits and other IoT security assessment test cases with ease by making it simple for security researchers to create and execute simple to complex mis-use cases using the framework. The objective of the framework is:

  • Simplicity - Ease of use
  • Extendability - Easy to extend
  • Coverage - Cover most of the IoT attack surface

Expliot currently has a few recon test cases to aid pentesting. The aim of the project is to have a single framework provide multiple functionality including interfaces for IoT protocols like coAP, MQTT etc, radio protocols like BLE, Zigbee etc, hardware protocols like JTAG, I2C, SPI etc, firmware analysis.

Presented By

Aseem Jakhar

Exploit Pack

In a nutshell, Exploit Pack its an integrated security framework for performing and conducting professional penetration tests. As any tool of this type, it requires some basic knowledge and expertise in the matter, even though Exploit Pack has been designed to be used by hands-on security professionals to support their testing process, with a little bit of effort anyone can start using the core features of Exploit Pack to test in-deep the security of their applications. But of course some Exploit Pack's more advanced features will take further learning and experience to master.

Presented By

Juan Sacco

FruityC2

FruityC2 is a post-exploitation (and open source) framework based on the deployment of agents on compromised machines. Agents are managed from a web interface under the control of an operator. It works as a command-and-control model and is language and system agnostic. New agents are being developed to expand the capabilities and options for FruityC2.

A web client is used to interact with the FruityC2 API in a client/server mode. The client is a single web page divided into 5 sections: Interact, Listener, Payload, Delivery, Config. These options provide full control and access to the functions included in FruityC2 to create, deliver and interact with a functioning C2 capability.

Presented By

xtr4nge xtr4nge

ID2T - The Intrusion Detection Dataset Generation Toolkit

There is a never-ending arms race between attackers and defenders in the cyber-security world. Our tool, ID2T, tries to leverage the balance of power towards the defenders' side. ID2T enables security researchers and practitioners to test their defensive tools against synthetic attacks without risks. By injecting synthetic, yet realistic, attacks into network traces, detection mechanisms can be audited, tested and evaluated.

ID2T emerges from the gaps that exist between the arsenals of attackers and defenders. Attackers have the upper hand with 0-day exploits and the malware that utilizes them. Ransomware, for example, makes the headlines more often than ever. The development of modern security mechanisms, on the contrary, is moving slowly. One of the reasons for the slow pace is that there are no clear strategies to evaluate novel defensive proposals. Researchers and security practitioners are forced to use archaic and unrealistic network traces to evaluate their proposals. The DARPA 1999 intrusion detection dataset is such an example. It contains 18-year-old network traces (with no resemblance to modern networks) and old attacks.

ID2T stands for "Intrusion Detection Dataset Toolkit". It is an open source toolkit designed to inject synthetic, yet highly realistic attacks, into network traces with the PCAP format. ID2T provides a wide range of modern cyber-attacks for injection; from malware and web application attacks (e.g., against Joomla) to SQL injection and DDoS attacks. Injected attacks are made as realistic as possible by replicating the network conditions and characteristics of any inputted network trace. In this demo session we present the first public release of ID2T, which builds on top of our theoretical work [1].

[1]: Vasilomanolakis et al., 2016, April. Towards the creation of synthetic, yet realistic, intrusion detection datasets. In NOMS, 2016 IEEE/IFIP (pp. 1209-1214).


LogFeeder

LogFeeder enables the injection of SaaS (Software-as-a-Service) application logs from Google Apps, Duo, Salesforce, Workday and many more into an ELK (Elasticsearch-Logstash-Kibana) cluster for monitoring and alerting. It is also possible to get the logs through AWS SQS Queue integration, which allows more flexibility to manipulate where the logs eventually end up. The automated approach saves security teams a lot of time by collating all the information vis-a-vis individually combing through separate data sources for each service. In addition to this, LogFeeder makes it possible to utilize awesome alerting tools, like ElastAlert (presented at Black Hat USA Arsenal in 2015), for robust alerting in response to suspicious actions. At Yelp, we use LogFeeder as a tool to ingest most of our 3rd party service providers' audit logs into a central SIEM (Security Information and Event Monitoring) system. Paired up with ElastAlert, it is the core of our monitoring and alerting pipeline.

Presented By

Yonny Tonui

ModSecurity 3.0.0

libModSecurity is a major rewrite of ModSecurity. It preserves the rich syntax and feature set of ModSecurity while delivering improved performance, stability, and a new experience in easy integration on different. Effort has also been put to testing the code extensively with regression tests, unit tests, Valgrind integration and Fuzzing, individually testing operators and transformations. This is an exciting release for the whole open-source WAF community with over 900 commits ahead of ModSecurity v2 branch. Significant updates, improvements and features added to the bleeding edge version of the open source libModSecurity (aka v3), the compatibility of rulesets, demos and future roadmap will be demonstrated. More information:

Presented By

Victor Hora  &  Felipe Zimmerle

NG-NetMS

Why pay tens of thousands $$$ for your network management cybersecurity monitoring software? Get visibility into your networks and complex processes with NG-NetMS. NG-NetMS is an end-to-end network data collection and monitoring platform for your Linux servers, Cisco, Juniper, HP and Extreme routers, switches and firewalls. NG-NetMS is precise, quick and efficient. It collects most complete information about the network inventory, topology, map of IPv4 addresses and provides up-to-date maps. It does this quickly and with minimum hassle. Most importantly, you will be able to collect, process and analyse syslog events, SNMP alarms, NetFlow records both in near-real-time and from the historical archives in a new way. We successfully used NG-NetMS for delivery of network assessment services for our customers worldwide for many years. And now, we want to share this unique and fully functional tool with the community. NG-NetMS is an open source platform available on SourceForge and GitHub and published under GPL3 license. It is not capped in terms of performance or number of nodes. The only limit is the hardware you deploy it on and one's skills.

Presented By

Taras Matselyukh

Objection

Objection is a runtime mobile exploration toolkit, powered by Frida. It was built with the aim of helping assess mobile applications and their security posture without the need for a jailbroken or rooted mobile device.

The project's name quite literally explains the approach as well, whereby runtime specific objects are injected into a running process and executed using Frida.

Presented By

Leon Jacobs

Objective-See's Mac Security Tools

Patrick drank the Apple juice; to say he loves his Mac is an understatement. However, he is bothered by the increasing prevalence of macOS malware and how both Apple & 3rd-party 'security tools' after fail to block it . Instead of just complaining about this fact, he decided to do something about it - so started Objective-See.

The goal of Objective-See is straightforward: provide simple, yet effective Mac security tools. Always free of charge - no strings attached!

So come watch as OverSight detects malware that spies on users (via the webcam/mic), Ransomwhere? generically detects macOS ransomware, and LuLu, an open-source macOS firewall are demo'd. Other open-source utilities such as a process info library and mouse/keyboard sniffer will be demo'd as well.

Our Macs will remain secure!

Presented By

Patrick Wardle

OpenSCAP and SCAP Security Guide

OpenSCAP is the only free and open source implementation of the NIST SCAP standard. It has two major use cases:

  • Vulnerability assessment - enables users to automatically scan their machines for vulnerabilities using OVAL CVE feeds coming from the operating system vendors - Red Hat, Canonical, SUSE, ... OpenSCAP can load the CVE feed and examine the machine, virtual machine storage image or container. Any missing patches are reported.

  • Security compliance - allows fully automated evaluation and remediation of machines using SCAP security policies. Instead of looking at vulnerabilities in this use-case we are looking for weaknesses in the configuration. A good source for SCAP security policies is the open source SCAP Security Guide project which we will demo with OpenSCAP. Check out the list of available products and profiles by visiting https://static.open-scap.org/

Recently we have added new Ansible remediation capabilities to both OpenSCAP and SCAP Security Guide. Now it's possible to generate Ansible playbooks out of SCAP Security Guide profiles for all products. Furthermore we have improved container scanning and now support compliance profiles as well as CVE scans.

Presented By

Martin Preisler

OpticSpy - Detecting Optical Covert Channels

Data exfiltration from a compromised device is usually achieved over the network, via hardware implant, or by manipulating the characteristics of an internal electronic component. Optical covert channels transmit data by modulating visible light in a way that is undetectable to the human eye. Even though hackers and academics have been exploring methods of optical data exfiltration for years, details on the techniques used to capture transmissions are not fully documented and/or require expensive equipment.

OpticSpy consists of two open source hardware modules that provide a low-cost way to explore, evaluate, and experiment with optical covert channels. One is based on an easy-to-build digital receiver, while the other is an analog design that allows fine-tuning for a particular target signal.

Presented By

Joe Grand

OWASP ZAP

The Zed Attack Proxy (ZAP) is currently the most active open source web application security tool and was voted the top security tool in the last Toolswatch annual survey. While it is an ideal tool for people new to appsec it also has many features specifically intended for advanced penetration testing. Simon will give a quick introduction to ZAP and then dive into the more advanced features as well as giving an overview of where its heading.

Presented By

Simon Bennetts

PowerSAP - Powershell Tool to Assess SAP Security

Most companies, small or big, use SAP technologies to work. Many of them provide access to their SAP environments through Citrix. Indeed, supplier or subcontractors need to reach SAP environment, from back office to boardroom, warehouse to storefront, desktop to mobile device; users can quickly and 'securely' access SAP enterprise application software with Citrix virtualization without exposing their SAP landscape to Internet.

To pentest SAP system required some knowledge of this technologies and some hacking tool. Unfortunately, lots of SAP hacking tools are not maintained anymore and dependencies are required like RFC SDK to work. When it comes to assess/pentest the security of SAP landscape from Citrix, no tool is freely available and it is not allow or possible to install third softwares or dependencies.

We present a compilation of powershell script to assess SAP, which try to answer to this problematic of dependencies and use from Citrix environment. The presentation will start by describing the issues around SAP hacking tools, then we will continue by explaining the restrictions meet to pentest from Citrix system. And then we will present in detail the tool developed to solve the issues meet and of course with some demos.

Presented By

Joffrey Czarny

PunyDomainCheck - Phishing Site Investigator

This tool was developed to identify Punycode alternatives for legitimate domain names and to check whether if an ongoing phishing campaign is in process. By using its list that is composed from the confusable characters in different charsets, the tool generates possible domain name alternatives with the user-specified settings. After checking if the domain name is linked to a server, the tool then visits the site to perform similarity test with the original site on both HTTP and HTTPS ports. Results are presented to the user with additional information of whois lookups and VirusTotal queries. A live demo of the tool will be presented during the Arsenal session.

Presented By

Mert Karatas  &  Anil Yuksel

PyMultitor

Have you ever wanted to be at two different places at the same time? When I asked myself this question, I actually started developing this solution in my mind. While performing penetration tests, there are often problems caused by security devices that block the "attacking" IP. This really annoyed me, so I wrote a script to supply a solution for this problem. With a large number of IP addresses performing the attacks, better results are guaranteed - especially when attempting attacks to bypass Web Application Firewalls, Brute-Force type attacks and many more.

URLs:
[Github] https://github.com/realgam3/pymultitor;
[OwaspIL Old Presentation] https://www.owasp.org/images/3/3d/OWASPIL-2016-02-02_PyMultiTor_TomerZait.pdf;
https://www.blackhat.com/asia-17/arsenal.html#pymultitor

Presented By

Tomer Zait

Reflector - Burp Suite Extension

Generally, searching reflected xss in a web-application penetration test is truly a challenge, especially if it consists of a huge number of parameters. Manual fuzzing is too labor-intensive, and moreover, it's easy to miss some details. Reflector is a new Burp Suite extension able to find reflected xss on a page in real-time - while browsing a website. You should not run any active scanning each parameters or test it manually. Every time reflection is found, reflector defines severity and the generated burp issue. Furthermore, it has the below features:

  • Highlighting of reflection in the response tab
  • Test which symbols is allowed in this reflection
  • Reflection context analyze
  • Content-Types filter by whitelist

Presented By

Egor Dimitrenko  &  Alexander Shvetsov

Seccubus

Seccubus is a tool that helps reduce the time required to perform repeated vulnerability assessments on the same infrastructure.

It is a wrapper around the following tools:

  • Nessus
  • OpenVAS
  • Nmap
  • Nikto
  • Medusa
  • Qualys SSL labs
  • SSLyze
  • Skipfish
  • ZAP
  • testssl.sh
  • Burp

All findings are translated to the Intermediary Vulnerability Information Language (IVIL) and imported into a database. After import findings are marked as either NEW, CHANGED, OPEN, NO ISSUE, GONE or MASKED to reduce the time required for subsequent analysis.

Presented By

Frank Breedijk

Thalos - Simple and Secure Approach to Storage in Untrusted Environments

Thalos is a secure and distributed system for file storage in untrusted environments. Thalos design makes it impossible for anyone who has physical or virtual access to the servers to decrypt files without the right key and neither to establish a connection between one file and its owner. Thalos relies on local elaborations to perform encryption. Furthermore, a smart and "hierarchical" key management system makes it quick and simple to use for everyone who has an internet access.

Presented By

Luca Maria Castiglione

Threat Miner SDL - Automating Threat Intelligence for SDL

Although there are many readily available tools supporting Threat Intelligence for enterprise IT security, the lack of Threat Intelligence tools with a focus on Security Development Lifecycle (SDL) is a known gap in the security community. To address this shortcoming, we introduce "Threat Miner SDL," a tool leveraging machine learning to automate mining publicly available threat intelligence sources such as security blogs, twitter feeds, NVD (National Vulnerabilities Database) and threat feeds to deliver product specific potential threat information while continuously monitoring for disclosures of relevant potential vulnerabilities during product development and beyond deployment. Threat Miner SDL also provides an integrated threat management console to enable tracking triage and disposition of potential threats.

Presented By

Raghudeep Kannavara

Tinfoleak

Tinfoleak is an open-source tool within the OSINT (Open Source Intelligence) and SOCMINT (Social Media Intelligence) disciplines, that automates the extraction of information on Twitter and facilitates subsequent analysis for the generation of intelligence. Taking a user identifier, geographic coordinates or keywords, Tinfoleak analyzes the Twitter timeline to extract great volumes of data and show useful and structured information to the intelligence analyst. Tinfoleak is included in several Linux Distros: CAINE, BlackArch, Buscador, and will be included in Kali Linux 2017.2 release. It is currently the most comprehensive open-source tool for intelligence analysis on Twitter.

Presented By

Vicente Aguilera Diaz

UAC-A-Mola

UAC-A-Mola is a Framework designed for researching, detecting, exploiting and solving UAC bypass weaknesses. These shortcomings are settled in Microsoft Operating Systems. UAC-A-Mola allows automatizing the detection of a UAC bypass in a computer with Windows 7/8/8.1/10. UAC-A-Mola can run customizable modules that allow automatizing researching looking for UAC bypasses mainly based in Fileless and DLL Hijacking. The framework allows to include modules focused on researching and detection of other types of bypasses. Therefore, UAC-A-Mola has a defensive role to mitigate any possible UAC bypasses in Windows. UAC-A-Mola is written in Python and is a framework that can extend its functionality through a simple interface and its module creation.


VirusBay - Don't be Afraid to Ask

VirusBay is a one-stop-shop for security researchers to ask, download and investigate malware samples together. VirusBay takes world-changing features from the outside world and reformats them to adhere to the methodology of incident response and malware analysis.
Features:

  • Credit model - for every action made the user is being credited
  • Community - work together on a malware case, drag & drop IOCs
  • Maltivity - Trace log that enumerates the malware uploads and co-ops
  • Q&A - A place to ask questions and get answers, the StackOverflow style
  • 1ClickCFP - submit a paper based on the research conducted in the platform - drag & drop your research, abstract and details and ship it to the best conferences in the world.
  • Free samples download and upload
  • and more and more...

Presented By

Dani Goland  &  Ido Naor

WHID Injector - How to Bring HID Attacks to the Next Level

WHID was born from the need for cheap and dedicated hardware that could be remotely controlled in order to conduct HID attacks (i.e. over WiFi or BLE). WHID stands for WiFi HID injector. It is a cheap but reliable piece of hardware designed to fulfill Pentesters needs related to HID Attacks, during their engagements. The core of WHID is mainly an Atmega 32u4 (commonly used in many Arduino boards) and an ESP-12s (which provides the WiFi capabilities and is commonly used in IoT projects). During the talk we will see in depth how WHID Injector was designed and its functionalities.

Presented By

Luca Bongiorni

WiPi-Hunter - WiFi-Pineapple Activities Detection

WiPi-Hunter is WiFi Pineapple Activities Detection Kit. The WiPi kit can detect WiFi-Pineapple using the following techniques.

* PineAP Module activities
* OPN network density
* Default values

Presented By

Besim Altinok  &  Mustafa Altinkaynak

XSSER - From XSS to RCE 2.75

This presentation demonstrates how an attacker can utilise XSS to execute arbitrary code on the web server when an administrative user inadvertently triggers a hidden XSS payload. Custom tools and payloads integrated with Metasploit's Meterpreter in a highly automated approach will be demonstrated live, including post-exploitation scenarios and interesting data that can be obtained from compromised web applications. This version includes new payloads for common web apps and other improvements!

Presented By

Hans-Michael Varbaek