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Introducing Armory: External Pentesting Like a Boss

Posted on February 04, 2019Link 

TLDR; We are introducing Armory, a tool that adds a database backend to dozens of popular external and discovery tools. This allows you to run the tools directly from Armory, automatically ingest the results back into the database and use the new data to supply targets for other tools.   Why?   Over the past few years I’ve spent...Continue reading 

Weaponization of Nessus Plugins

Posted on February 06, 2018Link 

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Overview During a recent internal penetration test, the need arose to exploit a Java two-stage deserialization vulnerability. This post will walk through how to twist a Nessus plugin, meant to test only for the existence of an RCE vulnerability, into a weaponized exploit that can be utilized to attain a reverse shell on your own attacking server. This was necessary...Continue reading 

Using Python To Get A Shell Without A Shell

Posted on October 27, 2017Link 

Introduction Many times while conducting a pentest, I need to script something up to make my life easier or to quickly test an attack idea or vector. Recently I came across an interesting command injection vector on a web application sitting on a client's internet-facing estate. There was a page, running in Java, that allowed me to type arbitrary commands...Continue reading 

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