[Pauldotcom] Pentesting drop boxes
DPorcello at vermontmutual.com
Fri Nov 5 14:15:10 UTC 2010
Has anyone used a "drop box" in a pentesting engagement? I've been building on this idea and would like to hear suggestions on what to add. The end goal is to have a Backtrack-esque tool set on a plug-based microserver, and a set of reverse tunneling scripts that walk through all the commonly allowed egress ports/protocols to establish a backdoor shell into the target network.
Here's what I have so far:
Hardware: Ubuntu-based Sheevaplug microserver, wifi support via USB ALFA
Tools: Metasploit, Fasttrack, SET, SSLstrip, nmap, dsniff, netcat, nikto, nbtscan, xprobe2, inguma, scapy, ettercap, JTR, medusa
Reverse tunnel scripts (running every minute for persistence): SSH over port 443, SSH over HTTP requests (proxy support), SSH over DNS queries, SSH over ICMP
What else would everyone like to see?
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