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Attacking OSX for fun and profit: Toolset Limitations, Frustration and Table Flipping - Viss (Tentler) (Circle City Con 2016 Videos) (Hacking Illustrated Series InfoSec Tutorial Videos)

Attacking OSX for fun and profit: Toolset Limitations, Frustration and Table Flipping
Viss (Tentler)

Circle City Con 2016

I was approached by Fusion to be part of their Real Future, documentary - specifically, and I quote, to see how badly I could fuck his life up, while having control of his laptop,. They wanted me to approach this scenario from how a typical attacker would see it. This journalist was San Francisco Bay Area based, so that meant he was using a mac, an iphone, and his office was using google apps and likely 2 factor authentication for everything. No windows, no powershell, no ms08_067, no netbios, no backdoored ms office documents - how was I supposed to get in? Well, I did get in, but then I was faced with another problem - metasploit doesn,t work so well when attacking osx. And outside of that, there really aren,t ANY tools (at least public ones) that are built for attacking osx. I had to build a toolkit for myself ON THE VICTIMS MACHINE, LIVE during the engagement. And I,m going to tell you all how I did that, what I did, what worked and what didn,t work. The one thing I can say is now I understand why the NSA does surveillance the way they do. You learn 10x more from watching someone via screenshots than you will from any shell, hands down, every time.

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