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Sebastian Lewis
Sebastian Lewis

HACK CDMA Workshop 2.7 Cracked


Today, Attackers target systems, networks, and individuals. In the past they have focused on distributed networks since they were cheap. Now it's about the individual. The issue with attacking individuals is that it's very easy to get caught. Using phishing can be very successful, but it is also very easy to detect and block. First we will demonstrate a new way to attack individuals, using social engineering techniques such as voiceover IP. We will also demonstrate the secrets and vulnerabilities you can use to help you defend your network against Social Engineering, Generic Steganography and Rubberhose Attacks. We will then take a look at security misconfigurations and how to take advantage of them. We will discuss how to create traffic which looks like usual traffic but is actually malicious. Then we will discuss how to reduce a deployed systems footprint, which can greatly improve performance. As it turns out, you can drive up to 60 mbps between two endpoints by taking advantage of a recently discovered kernel vulnerability, in Cisco and Juniper devices, which allows injection of IETF protocol packets. Lastly, we will go through the manual, Lua and LuaJIT hacking techniques to demonstrate how easy it can be to escalate your privilege level on a victim. In fact, we've written a proof of concept file, which shows you how easy it is to "automatically defend" yourself against a simple 0-day exploit. We will demonstrate very low hanging fruit for custom attacks, and show you a few techniques that have been effective for you at various companies. It is also a good opportunity to discuss what is going on in the security industry.




HACK CDMA Workshop 2.7 Cracked


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