Author Archive for: ‘muts’

  • Raspbery Pi Luks

    Kali Linux on a Raspberry Pi (A/B+/2) with LUKS Disk Encryption

    With the advent of smaller, faster ARM hardware such as the new Raspberry Pi 2 (which now has a Kali image built for it), we’ve been seeing more and more use of these small devices as “throw-away hackboxes“. While this might be a new and novel technology, there’s one major drawback to this concept – and that is the confidentiality of the data stored on the device itself. Most of the setups we’ve seen do little to protect the sensitive information saved on the SD cards of these little computers. This fact, together with a nudge from friends is what prompted us to create a LUKS encrypted, NUKE capable Kali Linux image for our Raspberry Pi devices. The following blog post describes the process, so you can repeat it and make your own shiny shiny.

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  • Drive Droid Kali Nethunter

    Bypassing Windows and OSX Logins with NetHunter & Kon-boot

    The Kali Linux NetHunter platform has many hidden features which we still haven’t brought to light. One of them is the DriveDroid application and patch set, which have been implemented in NetHunter since v1.0.2. This tool allows us to have NetHunter emulate a bootable ISO or USB, using images of our choosing. That’s right, you can use NetHunter as a boot device which holds a library of bootable ISOs and images…And so we begin:

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  • Disarming Emet

    Disarming Enhanced Mitigation Experience Toolkit (EMET)

    With the emergence of recent Internet Explorer Vulnerabilities, we’ve been seeing a trend of EMET recommendations as a path to increasing application security. A layered defense is always helpful as it increases the obstacles in the path of an attacker. However, we were wondering how much does it really benefit? How much harder does an attacker have to work to bypass these additional protections? With that in mind, we started a deep dive into EMET.

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  • Pwb Part One

    PWB in the Caribbean, Part 1

    Quite often, people tend to wonder what it’s like to experience an Offensive Security live training course. At our most recent live Pentesting with BackTrack course in St. Kitts, we had in attendance, Johnny Long of Hackers for Charity and he was good enough to keep a journal of his experiences during the course.

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  • Metasploit Pentest Guide

    Metasploit: A Penetration Testers Guide

    Offensive Security is happy to announce the availability of Metasploit, The Penetration Tester’s Guide – A new book by by Dave Kennedy (ReL1K), Devon Kearns (dookie), Jim O’Gorman (_Elwood_), and Mati Aharoni (muts).

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  • Pwb Caribbean Offsec Blog4

    Discover your inner Pirate

    For the last two years Offensive Security has been taking the live training market by storm with its flagship course, Pentesting with BackTrack. We are very excited to announce that the next PWB live training will be held in an exotic location the Caribbean island …

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  • Xoom Offsec

    BackTrack 5 on a Motorola Xoom

    In the past few days we have been toying with some Motorola hardware, and have managed to get a basic build of BackTrack 5 (+ toolchain) on a Motorola Xoom. The possibilities look exciting as we are slowly building several experimental arm packages. Our team …

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  • Offsec Thumb Se Defcon19 2011

    The Schmooze Strikes Back

    The Social Engineering Defcon 19 CTF For the last 2 years now, Social-Engineer.Org’s mission has been to raise awareness for social engineering. Security technology has not been able to stop the advances of attackers leveraging social engineering techniques in order to gain unauthorized access to …

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  • 2011 Training Blog

    Live Training Spring 2011

    In our spring tradition of live training we are happy to announce our official April 2011 Pentesting With BackTrack course in Columbia, MD. As usual we are keeping our classes small so if you are interested sign up as soon as possible before we are …

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  • Derbycon Offsec Blog

    DerbyCon Security Conference 2011

    We are happy to announce that Offensive Security will be sponsoring DerbyCon. DerbyCon is a new hacker conference located in Louisville Kentucky. Our goal is to bring back an old style, community driven hacker con chocked full of amazing talks, live events and all around …

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