DEF CON 17: MetaPhish

Speakers: Valsmith | Colin Ames | David Kerb

 

Attackers have been increasingly using the web and client side attacks in order to steal information from victims. The remote exploit paradigm is shifting from the open port to the browser and email client.

Penetration testers need to take these techniques into account in order to provide realistic tests. In the past several years there have been numerous presentations on techniques for specific client side attacks and vulnerabilities.

This talk will focus on building a phishing framework on top of Metasploit that pentesters can use to automate phishing and increase their overall capabilities. We will also cover some techniques for SpearPhishing on pen tests, second stage backdoors, and extensive communication over TOR.

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