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Getting Windows to Play with Itself: A Pen Testers Guide to Windows API Abuse - Brady Bloxham Derbycon 2014 (Hacking Illustrated Series InfoSec Tutorial Videos)

Getting Windows to Play with Itself: A Pen Testers Guide to Windows API Abuse
Brady Bloxham
Derbycon 2014

Windows APIs are often a blackbox with poor documentation, taking input and spewing output with little visibility on what actually happens in the background. By reverse engineering (and abusing) some of these seemingly benign APIs, we can effectively manipulate Windows into performing stealthy custom attacks using previously unknown persistent and injection techniques. In this talk, we’ll get Windows to play with itself nonstop while revealing 0day persistence, previously unknown DLL injection techniques, and Windows API tips and tricks. To top it all off, a custom HTTP beaconing backdoor will be released leveraging the newly released persistence and injection techniques. So much Windows abuse, so little time.

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