Def Con 16 – Presentation Videos

Hello people, few days ago i found in Defcon’s page some videos and audio recordings about very interesting presentations that ocurred on Defcon 16 at Riviera. I had the pleasure to view in person some of this speakings.

Well, bellow you can download the movie / audio and enjoy this great content.

Good Hacking 4 All.

Brenno De Winter – Ticket to Trouble
media.defcon.org/dc-16/video/dc16_dewinter_tickettotrouble/dc16_dewinter_tickettotrouble_full.mov
media.defcon.org/dc-16/video/dc16_dewinter_tickettotrouble/dc16_dewinter_tickettotrouble.m4v

Dan Kaminsky – DNS Goodness
media.defcon.org/dc-16/video/dc16_kaminsky/dc16_kaminsky_cache_full.mov
media.defcon.org/dc-16/video/dc16_kaminsky/dc16_kaminsky_cache.m4v

Anton Kapela and Alex Pilosov – Stealing the Internet
media.defcon.org/dc-16/video/dc16_kapela-pilosov_stealing/dc16_kapela-pilosov_full.mov
media.defcon.org/dc-16/video/dc16_kapela-pilosov_stealing/dc16_kapela-pilosov.m4v

Mike Perry – 365 Day: Active HTTPS Cookie Hijacking
media.defcon.org/dc-16/video/dc16_perry_TOR/dc16_perrry_TOR_full.mov
media.defcon.org/dc-16/video/dc16_perry_TOR/dc16_perrry_TOR.m4v

Defcon 16 – The List of Tools

DEFCON, the 9000+ attendee hacker conference in Vegas has become a sort of hydra conference. It has become more like a global fair than what most people think of conferences; even the badge is highly unique.

I say this because there are so many things to do at DEFCON, other than going to talks, that you could spend your whole weekend looking at the “World’s Largest Boar!”, so to speak. One of the CTF (Capture the Flag) contest winners this year actually exclaimed that he only made it to 2 talks in 12 years! I am also one of those individuals who barely get a chance to go to talks and now that the speaker pool is so diverse, it’s hard to find all of the “stuff” they release.

Before anyone has a chance to post “it’s all on the DEFCON CD dummy,” I want to challenge them to try. After a weekend of googling (which came back with few results) and making contact with some of the speakers, I provide you with a mostly accurate list of “stuff” that was released at DEFCON this year. If any of the information is inaccurate, or a tool is missing, please contact me and I will update this post.

Beholder – by Nelson Murilo and Luis Eduardo

  • Description: An open source wireless IDS program
  • Homepage Link: http://www.beholderwireless.org/
  • Email Address: bh@beholderwireless.org
  • The Middler – by Jay Beale

  • Description: The end-all be-all of MITM tools
  • Homepage Link: http://www.themiddler.com/ (Online?)
  • Preface Link: http://www.intelguardians.com/themiddler.html
  • ClientIPS – by Jay Beale

  • Description: An open source inline “transparent” client-side IPS
  • Homepage Link: http://www.ClientIPS.org/  (Online?)
  • Marathon Tool – by Daniel Kachakill

  • Description: A Blind SQL Injection tool based on heavy queries
  • Download Link: DEFCON 16 CD. No online link found.
  • Email Address: dani@kachakil.com
  • The Phantom Protocol – by Magnus Brading

  • Description: A Tor-like protocol that fixes some of Tor’s major attack vectors
  • Homepage Link: http://code.google.com/p/phantom
  • Email Address: brading@fortego.se
  • ModScan – by Mark Bristow

  • Description: A SCADA Modbus Network Scanner
  • Homepage Link: http://modscan.googlecode.com/
  • Email Address: mark.bristow@gmail.com
  • Grendel Scan – by David Byrne

  • Description: Web Application scanner that searches for logic and design flaws as well as the standard flaw seen in the wild today (SQL Injection, XSS, CSRF)
  • Homepage Link: http://grendel-scan.com/
  • iKat – interactive Kiosk Attack Tool  (This site has an image as a banner that is definitely not safe for work! – You have been warned) by Paul Craig

  • Description: A web site that is dedicated to helping you break out of Kiosk jails
  • Homepage Link: http://ikat.ha.cked.net
  • Email Address: paul.craig@security-assessment.com
  • DAVIX – by Jan P. Monsch and Raffael Marty

  • Description: A SLAX based Linux Distro that is geared toward data/log visualization
  • Homepage Link: http://code.google.com/p/davix/
  • Download Link: http://www.geekceo.com/davix/davix-0.5.0.iso.gz
  • Email Addresses: jan.monsch@iplosion.com and raffy@secviz.org
  • CollabREate – by Chris Eagle and Tim Vidas

  • Description: An IDA Pro plugin with a server backend that allows multiple people to collaborate on a single RE (reverse engineering) project.
  • Homepage Link: http://www.idabook.com/defcon
  • Email Addresses: cseagle@gmail.com and tvidas@gmail.com
  • Dradis – by John Fitzpatrick

  • Description: A tool for organizing and sharing information during a penetration test
  • Homepage: http://dradis.sourceforge.net
  • Email Address: john.fitzpatrick@mwrinfosecurity.com
  • Squirtle – by Kurt Grutzmacher

  • Description: A Rouge Server with Controlling Desires that steals NTLM hashes.
  • Homepage: http://code.google.com/p/squirtle (Live?)
  • Email Address: grutz@jingojango.net
  • WhiteSpace – by Kolisar

  • Description: A script that can hide other scripts such as CSRF and iframes in spaces and tabs
  • Download Link: DEFCON 16 CD
  • VoIPer – by nnp

  • Description: VoIP automated fuzzing tool with support for a large number of VoIP applications and protocols
  • Homepage Link: http://voiper.sourceforge.net/
  • Barrier – by Errata Security

  • Description: A browser plugin that pen-tests every site that you visit.
  • Homepage Link: http://www.erratasec.com
  • Email Address: sales@erratasec.com
  • Psyche – by Ponte Technologies

  • Description: An advanced network flow visualization tool that is not soley based on time.
  • Homepage Link: http://psyche.pontetec.com/
  • Def Con 16

    Olá pessoal, estive fora estes últimos dias devido minha ida a Defcon. Este ano a conferência foi muito boa, com muitas palestras interessantes. Encontrei muitos ilustres Brasileiros como Willian Caprino, Nelson Murilo, Luis Eduardo, Leonardo Cavallari entre outros.

    Abaixo segue o link para algumas fotos do evento e da cidade de Las Vegas que é excepcional.

    http://picasaweb.google.com.br/y2h4ck/DefCon16

    Mitnick Business Card LockPicking

    Durante a navegação diária em busca de algumas novidades e etc em relação a Hacking, me deparei com algo realmente interessante. Como todos sabem Kevin Mitnick está com uma empresa de Segurança da Informação voltada especialmente para Gestão de Riscos. Até ai tudo bem, agora a parte legal é que o cartão de visita dele é nada menos do que um mini-kit para Lock Picking !!

    Cartão de visita do Mitnick

    Abaixo segue um vídeo onde um cara mostra que com o “cartão” de visitas do Mitnick realmente é possível abri um cadeado:

    Para quem achou bem legal e interessante segue abaixo um texto “Guide to Lock Picking”.

    http://www.lockpickshop.com/Lockpicking-Guide/lock-picking1.htm

    Abraços.