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RAT Reusing Adversary Tradecraft - Alexander Rymdeko-Harvey (BSides Augusta 2016) (Hacking Illustrated Series InfoSec Tutorial Videos)

RAT Reusing Adversary Tradecraft
Alexander Rymdeko-Harvey

Today's threat surface is defined by the actors that develop and employ advanced adversarial techniques. These techniques directly affect how red team and pen test engagements are conducted to an extent. This talk will dive into mechanics and tool development of these TTPs. Using C++, Python and PowerShell I will cover a few implementations I have developed directly to help aid engagements. Also how we can relate them to practical red team engagement scenarios. While covering the tradecraft that can be gleaned from these actors and how we can implement this into how we operate as red teams and testers.

Alex Rymdeko-Harvey is a penetration tester for Veris Group's Adaptive Threat Division. Alex was previously a U.S. Army service member, conducting operations in multiple intelligence capacities, and employing a wide range of analytical and technical skills. With six years in the intelligence community, Alex has a strong background in offensive and defensive operations taking place in today's civilian and U.S. government sectors. Alex's duties include Network, and Web-Application Pen-Tests, as well as Red Team engagements.


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