In internal penetration tests, we simulate attacks that can be performed against on misconfigured services and protocols on network-level.These attacks are mostly caused by the fact that mechanisms such as Address Resolution Protocol (ARP), Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP), and Domain Name System (DNS) are not configured properly.One of the most important attacks that can be encountered is undoubtedly Man-in-the-Middle. It allows access to sensitive information by listening to network traffic or manipulating the target to be accessed. Security measures against this attack can be taken on network equipment such as routers and switches. However, due to the inherent weaknesses of some protocols, we can perform the same attack with different methods. For this reason, the main theme of this article will be Man-in-the-Middle attacks against LLMNR, NetBIOS and WPAD mechanisms. Before begin, I would like to explain how the computers have Windows operating system communicate with each other in the same network and perform name resolution. Read More
As you know, nowadays web applications could be as complex as operating systems. Most of those complexity comes from authorisation schemas. Such weaknesses are referred to in the literature as Insecure Direct Object Reference.
Insecure Direct Object References occur when an application provides direct access to objects based on user-supplied input. As a result of this vulnerability attackers can bypass authorization and access resources in the system directly, for example database records or files. Read More
In this post, we are going to analyze current security algorithms being used on wireless networks, how do they work, what are their weaknesses and how to attack them. A few weeks ago, there were a few add-ons to aircrack-ng which allowed an attacker to penetrate into WPA Enterprise Wireless Networks, main focus of that post will be to show how to perform that attack, while also giving an overall view of attacks on other algorithms as well. Read More
This blog post will explain effective methods for bypassing the static, dynamic and heuristic analysis of up to date anti virus products. Some of the methods are already known by public but there are few methods and implementation tricks that is the key for generating FUD (Fully Undetectable) malware, also the size of the malware is almost as important as anti detection, when implementing these methods i will try to keep the size as minimum as possible. this paper also explains the inner workings of anti viruses and windows operating system, reader should have at least intermediate C/C++ and assembly knowledge and decent understanding of PE file structure.
A denial of service (DoS) attack is an attempt to make a service unavailable. Unlike other kinds of attacks, which establishes foothold or hijacks data, DoS attacks do not threat sensitive information. It is just an attempt to make a service unavailable to legitimate users. However, sometimes DoS might also be used for creating another attack floor for other malicious activities. (e.g. taking down web application firewalls) Read More