Monthly Archives: April 2016

Phineas Fisher’s account of how he took down HackingTeam

This is an amazingly detailed account of the actions taken to take down HT. One of the key moments in the article was how he went after the people with keys to the kingdom – the sysadmins.

One of my favourite passtimes is stalk the sysadmins. By spying on Christian Pozzi (Hacking Team’s sysadmin), I gained access to the Nagios server, which gave me access to the ‘rete sviluppo’ (the development network with the RCS source code). With a simple combination of PowerSploit’s Get-Keystrokes and Get-TimedScreenshot [13], nishang’s Do-Exfiltration, and GPO, I could spy on any employee I wanted, or even the entire domain.

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                               #antisec

Via Ghostbin

Panama Papers: Email Hackable via WordPress, Docs Hackable via Drupal – Wordfence

The Panama papers leak has been affecting a lot of high-profile individuals. How did it actually happen? Here’s one plausible theory.

The Mossack Fonseca (MF) data breach, aka Panama Papers, is the largest data breach to journalists in history and includes over 4.8 million emails. Yesterday we broke the story that MF was running WordPress with a vulnerable version of Revolution Slider and the WordPress server was on the same network as their email servers when […]

Source: Panama Papers: Email Hackable via WordPress, Docs Hackable via Drupal – Wordfence