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Getting the data out using social media - Dakota Nelson, Gabriel Butterick, Byron Wasti, Bonnie Ishiguro BSides Las Vegas 2015 (Hacking Illustrated Series InfoSec Tutorial Videos)

Getting the data out using social media
Dakota Nelson, Gabriel Butterick, Byron Wasti, Bonnie Ishiguro

You’ve made it into the network - but can you get data out? Today’s Internet provides a dazzling array of legitimate upload sites to hide your traffic in - Twitter, Flickr, SoundCloud, YouTube, Dropbox, and more - but each channel requires a different tool or custom code, and endless troubleshooting. Sneaky-creeper is a new open source framework for exfiltrating (or infiltrating) data using any of the backchannels the Internet provides, with a minimum of effort. Modules are easy to create and share, enabling covert communications over more channels than ever before.

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