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Controlled Failure to Maintain Persistence using Systemd

Quite some time ago I wrote a blog post about how to maintain persistence with systemd services. I largely used it as a simple and reliable method to maintain access to systems during red-teaming and competitions/events. However, over the years administrators have become more accustom to systemd and how to work with its units. As […] The post Controlled Failure to Maintain Persistence using Systemd appeared first on Hackers...

Establish Persistence with a Custom Kernel Module

First and foremost I have to admit that establishing persistence with a custom kernel module, isn’t the most ideal way. Creating kernel modules isn’t that easy. Kernel modules are normally compiled against a single kernel version, there are significant limitations on what can be done in kernel space, and errors can cause the system to […] The post Establish Persistence with a Custom Kernel Module appeared first on Hackers...

Leverage SSH Agents to Move Across the Network

Accessing a production system in a Linux environment these days often requires a lot of ssh tunneling in order to get access to restricted systems. This is because it doesn’t make sense to publicly expose SSH to the internet or even your general-use, internal network. Instead there might be a bastion or jump box with […] The post Leverage SSH Agents to Move Across the Network appeared first on Hackers...

Abusing screen and .screenrc to Escalate and Maintain Access

When it comes to playing the part of the hacker/red team in competitions like CCDC. I’m always looking for unique ways to gain and maintain access to systems. Lately I’ve toying with the idea of leveraging features in common administration tools instead of exploits or misconfigurations. My favorite of which is abusing screen and .screenrc […] The post Abusing screen and .screenrc to Escalate and Maintain Access appeared first on Hackers...

Recovering Proxmox VMs from Encrypted Raid Array

Initial Thoughts: Blog Reboot It has been a few years since this Blog has been active, or frankly seen the light of day, beyond some web caches I enabled awhile back. The biggest reason for the blog phasing out, was the first server I ever built (back in 2010) having a failing mother board shortly […] The post Recovering Proxmox VMs from Encrypted Raid Array appeared first on Hackers...

Mac OSX Password Cracking

Mac OSX Password Cracking TL;DR: There are several ways to enumerate information from a Mac shell and to collect encrypted credentials for OSX password cracking. Problem and Rationale During a recent assessment the client had close to 10,000 Mac OSX systems throughout their global presence. All of these Macs were authenticating to Active Directory and […] The post Mac OSX Password Cracking appeared first on Hackers...

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