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PacketKO - Data Exfiltration Via Port Knocking - Matthew Lichtenberger Derbycon 2016 (Hacking Illustrated Series InfoSec Tutorial Videos)

PacketKO - Data Exfiltration Via Port Knocking
Matthew Lichtenberger
Derbycon 2016

The art of data exfiltration is in getting the goods past security, both digital and analog. There are a myriad of ways to do this, but most involve in-channel methods of obfuscation. This talk will describe a method developed to break out of that paradigm, by using packet metadata to transmit the data. It will include a live demo of the operating software.

Matthew Lichtenberger is a Hunt Team Researcher at the SOC for UPS, with a M.S. in Computer Engineering & Computer Science from the University of Louisville Speed School. He's worked extensively with the Not-For-Profit IT sector and enjoys tackling CTFs.

Matthew - @JousterL

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