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Title : Fifty Shades Darker
Director : James Foley.
Release : 2017-02-08
Language : English.
Runtime : 118 min.
Genre : Drama, Romance.
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Movie Fifty Shades Darker was released in February 8, 2017 in genre Drama. James Foley was directed this movie and starring by Dakota Johnson. This movie tell story about When a wounded Christian Grey tries to entice a cautious Ana Steele back into his life, she demands a new arrangement before she will give him another chance. As the two begin to build trust and find stability, shadowy figures from Christian’s past start to circle the couple, determined to destroy their hopes for a future together.

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Titre : Logan
Réalisé : James Mangold.
Libéré : 2017-02-28
Language : English,Espanol
Durée : 135 min.
Genre : Action, Drama, Science Fiction.
Le synopsis :

Les critiques élogieuses parues au cours des jours précédant la sortie en salles de Logan nous laissaient croire que le nouveau X-Men était un chef d'oeuvre du septième art. C'est avec excitation et quelques doutes en poche que nous sommes allés confirmer les dithyrambes. À la fois surpris et ravis, nous n'avons pu que constater que l'authenticité des glorifications de la presse : Logan est le meilleur film de la franchise et certainement l'un des meilleurs films de superhéros des dix dernières années.

C'est une panoplie de raisons qui justifient le succès de cette production : une réalisation sensible, une direction photo spectaculaire, des combats efficaces, des acteurs compétents, un scénario agile et une sensibilité ubiquiste et transcendante.

D'abord, Hugh Jackman. Le comédien (qui avait mentionné, il y a de cela quelques années, que le film Logan serait sa dernière apparition au cinéma dans le rôle de Wolverine) livre une performance spectaculaire. Son personnage, à la fois fragile, tourmenté et épuisé, est bien loin de la caricature ou d'un pastiche de ses propres interprétations passées. Le Wolverine dépeint dans Logan en est un grincheux, irritable, colérique et peu compatissant, mais il s'avère pourtant excessivement attachant. La petite Dafne Keen, qui incarne la mutante Laura, arrive à passer l'émotion sans avoir besoin d'employer des mots (parce qu'on ne peut pas dire qu'elle n'a pas beaucoup de répliques…) On comprend la souffrance de l'enfant sans qu'elle ait besoin de l'exprimer.

Patrick Stewart est également extraordinaire sous les traits d'un Professeur X vieillissant et sénile. L'équipe de maquillage mérite ici des éloges parce que l'acteur paraît avoir les 90 ans qu'on lui a conférés. La relation entre Wolverine et son vieil ami en est une très touchante. Bien que Logan n'ait pas la force psychologique pour se battre contre ses démons, il protège Charles comme un père. De ce duo atypique se dégagent aussi des pointes d'humour fabuleuses qui rendent l'ensemble un peu moins lourd.

Parce que, avouons-le, Logan est un film noir, lent et poignant où la violence est explicite (les têtes coupées tombent à un rythme effarant) et les drames douloureux. Cet aspect très sombre de l'oeuvre se révèle par contre être l'une de ses forces premières. Jamais on n'avait risqué auparavant une lourdeur de cette amplitude avec l'univers des X-Men. Il y a eu la franchise The Dark Knight de Christopher Nolan qui a osé apposer une touche de noir au monde de la bande dessinée, mais personne n'avait encore tenté l'expérience sur les mutants du Professeur X. Le résultat est plus que concluant! Les scénaristes ont même décidé de faire des liens directs avec les bandes dessinées originales en faisant d'un comic book un élément crucial dans l'intrigue.

Tant au niveau des effets spéciaux que des chorégraphies des combats, du montage sonore et de la réalisation, à la fois nerveuse et campée, Logan se distingue dans la cinématographie américaine, habituée à un carcan plus sage. Logan marquera les esprits d'une façon qu'aucun autre film des X-Men ne l'a fait auparavant. Le film plaira certainement aux irréductibles fans des bandes dessinées qui attendent depuis longtemps un long métrage aussi audacieux…

Firefox Browser Add Ons

I was recently asked which browser(s) I use recently, and I could only reply that while Google Chrome has won my heart as my personal daily browser, Firefox continues to be my go-to choice for security testing. Sure, there are pros and cons to each. But I like some of the add ons for Firefox and I’m a creature of habit.

 

Well the inevitable question followed almost immediately:

“What add ons do you use?”

This is a fun topic. While there is no right or wrong here, there is definitely a list of tools which will show up on any security professional’s list here. I’ve included my own both for your review and for my own personal reference in  the future. There is a good list here. I hope you find something useful.

Firefox Add Ons

Personal

These are good to use for general browsing. I don’t necessarily use these for testing, but this is a few of the add ons I use for using Firefox as a personal browser.

HTTPS Everywhere
AdBlock Plus
Disconnect
Xmarks
NoScript
Blur
BetterPrivacy
Self-Destructing Cookies.
Flashblock

Testing

These are add ons I use for security testing. From manipulating data to viewing headers and cookies, to setting automated macros to handle repetitive tasks, this is a good list of tools for consideration.

Firebug
iMacros for Firefox
User Agent Switcher
FoxyProxy
IE Tab V2 (Enhanced IE Tab)
FirePath
TamperData
RESTClient
Live HTTP Headers
HttpRequester
JSONView
JavaScript Deobfuscator
HackBar
Poster
RefControl
XPath Checker
SQL Inject Me
XSS Me
FireQuery
FireCookie
Domain Details
Fire Storage
WebSecurify
Add N Edit Cookies

 

If you have alternatives or better suggestions, or if you think of an awesome add on I’ve not listed here and may not be aware of, PLEASE don’t hesitate to speak up. I love getting feedback about my content and would love to credit you with an update.

Python Programming: The Journey Continues

If you’ve been following my adventures as I’ve been trying to become a better programmer, I’ve expanded my knowledge into a few different languages, I’ve been slowly evolving from linear scripting to object oriented programming, and I’ve been trying to force myself to scratch my own itch in order to gain more XP in the realm of coding.

One thing I love about the information security community, is the information sharing and fostering of knowledge throughout the ranks. I have so many awesome role models and friends who help, often times without even knowing they do it. But when they’re actively involved in helping someone grow, the results tend to be astounding.

Now I’ve had trouble grasping the concepts of “programming” since I started learning. Slowly, through the years, I’ve been able to learn from others when I’ve had the chance to read their code, though I rarely engaged for help for fear of the RTFM response that I got so sick of hearing back in the day. As I grew my skills, I was able to understand conversations being had by my friends who were coding. I started being able to participate in these conversations and eventually was even providing solutions to some of their problems. I still consider myself anything but a programmer, yet I was grasping the theory well enough to start implementing the concepts of programming. Objects, functions, and classes started making sense to me. They started showing up in my code and I was eventually helping others along their own journey into the world of programming.

Unfortunately, my professional life has taken me on a path of secrecy where I can’t talk too much, my technical focus is almost exclusively tied to that world, and I’ve come to compartmentalize work so that I can still openly talk about me without divulging information I shouldn’t. This compartmentalization hinders my ability to share the evolution of my skills and thus I’ve almost hermitized myself from the Internet.

The point is that we as a community continue to make each other better. By participating in the open sharing of information, we’re all able to grow, to learn, to push ourselves and each other toward being better. It’s a wonderful thing and I’m thankful for being a part of it. Keep learning. Keep sharing. Keep trying to be better and do better.

Virtues of Brotherhood

Brotherhood

The Online Etymology Dictionary defines brother as “a highly stable word across the Indo-European languages. In the few cases where other words provide the sense, it is where the cognate of brother had been applied widely to ‘member of a fraternity,’ or where there was need to distinguish ‘son of the same mother’ and ‘son of the same father.’” These ring true and no other single word in the English language can I think of to describe where I find myself in life.

I always wanted an older brother but had to settle for being the baby of the family, and the only boy  at that. It’s taken me a lifetime to learn how to be a proper little brother to my older sisters, but I think I’ve done a hell of a job over all – if I may toot my own horn. But I always wanted the older brother to learn from and the younger brother to force to eat tadpoles! As I struggled through my 20’s, that’s something that I had a hard time with but finally was able to digest.

As a man in my 30’s, and riding with the Brotherhood of a Motorcycle Club, I’ve come to cherish the concept that the word brother stands for. I’ve sacrificed for my club Brothers, men who sometimes I’d never met but the bond of the Brotherhood was so strong that it was as if we’d been together our whole lives.  I’ve seen men stand shoulder to shoulder with Brothers against their blood brothers- living that let me realize that the power of choosing to stand for something with another like minded person created stronger bonds of those who were born of the same parent.

Just as blood relatives, close friends, or any other human with whom you might have regular contact, Brothers of a fraternal organization have differences of opinion or personality and may not often get along. Especially as the organization grows, you’re assuredly going to encounter a percentage of people that you just don’t “mesh” with . But if that man is hungry, and I have a sandwich, he’s going to eat. Despite my personal opinion or belief, all grudges aside, being a Brother means that you choose that fraternal path due to likeness of mind and because of that a Brother will concede every time knowing it’s the right thing to do.Watch Full Movie Online Streaming Online and Download

The best thing about being a brother to my sisters and a Brother for my Club, is that I strive to be better at it each day than I was the last. Sacrificing my time, effort, and money, or my blood, sweat, and tears becomes one in the same. I work hard to lead by an philosophy that a Brother once graced me with and has rung in my head since:

 

“Be the Brother you want your Brother to be!”

Adventures in reverse engineering (Part 2)

searchingIn the first post of this series, I’d spent significant time getting to know the <redacted> device physically but I was now ready to start harassing the software. Initially, we glanced over the software using the default “stupid” credentials that we discovered during the surface mapping phase because process is vital when assessing an unknown device. Now with a decent understanding as to the functions each physical interface performs, we want to start to learn how the User Interface (UI) works and what we can accomplish with the tools we’re given.

North American A-5A Vigilante cockpit control panel Aug. 11, 1963After enumerating the function(s) of each physical surface, we learned there are multiple ways to reach the same UI. We can use serial, USB, or the web to connect to the device. While I’d determined that these roads all lead to the same place initially, the time had come to confirm this with some level of certainty. I connected a second monitor to my testing laptop (after all, screen real estate is critical) then connected to all 3 interfaces at once. The serial, USB, and web interfaces all granted us access with the default credentials previously discovered and while the terminal interfaces weren’t as pretty as the web interface, we were able to see the same functionality across the board.

computer_networkingPoking around the interfaces, it started to become apparent that this embedded device is some sort of networking component. I was able to deduce this based upon the functions that were available to the user logged in as an administrator. From configuring the upstream network connections, configuring and managing VLANs, and even configuring an SNMP agent, it was obvious this has something to do with sending/receiving data on the network to which it’s connected. Poking around even further, I found the ability to ping and trace the route to other devices on the network. What I didn’t understand with the observable operation of the device was HOW. How was authentication being managed? How was the device able to do these “networky things” without the stuff I’m so used to seeing on a system? If I’m an administrator, which I clearly am based upon my user name, I should have the ability to do all the things- or would I??

creative-thinkingThinking through the functionality observed, it made me think that while some functions of a “normal” machine (like my laptop running Linux for example) are available, the interface is some application that obfuscates the actual operating system underneath. What’s more, if there is some sort of normal operating system underneath the layer I’m able to access, it’s theoretically possible that there is some role above administrator- maybe a God mode or root? I decided that I needed to learn more about the architecture of the operating system.

Abstract Binary Code Tunnel Showing Technology And ComputingI took the “stock” copy of the firmware I was provided and decided it would be pertinent to reverse engineer the software in order to determine what’s going on behind the curtain. Just as with the surface mapping of the device, I’ve found it valuable to be consistent when mapping the surfaces of the software. The first thing I do when analyzing any given software package is to see what I can see without any special tools. Do accomplish this I use one of my favorite Linux tools often overlooked and underestimated- strings.

strings-attachedThe strings command is so simple it’s beautiful. Running this against a given file will extract any character strings that are found inside the package. I’ve seen this work against many different packages more often than it should. Extracting the strings can often provide some good insight into the workings of the software. Unfortunately, that wasn’t the case in this instance. After extracting the strings from this package, I was overwhelmed with a bunch of useless stuff. No user names, nothing that I was able to correlate with my known password, no file system information, nothing. Here we should come to an agreement that while it is an awesome tool, it’s not a silver bullet and not always useful.

construction-plans-and-hatBut I wasn’t satisfied and wanted to push this further. At this point I’m convinced that there will be some benefit to understanding the software package completely. Fortunately I’d discovered a project that seemed like it was exactly what I was looking for. The Firmware Modification Toolkit (FMK) is a collection of scripts and tools that will take a given binary and performs several operations. The first step is to pull the binary apart and understand its components. In order to do this, FMK gets the total byte size of the firmware package. This is important because usually the end goal is to modify the original firmware, recompile the modified version, and reload the modified (likely malicious) firmware onto the target device. If the device is expecting a fixed size and we’re not within that expectation, we risk bricking the device- that’s not a good thing! Once the total size is known, FMK uses a common tool called binwalk which does some binary voodoo such as scanning for file, binary, or custom code signatures; plotting file entropy; performing hex dump and diff two given files, and ultimately extract signatures and file system data from the package. The binwalk portion of the FMK deconstruction process provided me with a lot of valuable information such as the memory addresses and type of the boot loader and uImage header as well as the type of compression and file system in play. FMK also determines the endianess in play which is necessary for reassembly, then seeks to determine the compression type used on the file system. There is some other checking based upon the file system type discovered such as looking for a block size if the target package uses squashFS. FMK keeps chugging away, determining the size of the header image before it, stopping short of the file system. Once the header is extracted, FMK tries to determine if there is a footer at the end of the image. This is done by grabbing the last 10 lines of a hexdump of the firmware image, excluding the last line, then reversing the line order. If a footer is discovered, it’s dumped but if not we keep going. Before actually getting to the extraction of the file system, FMK logs the pieces of the puzzle it’s learned to this point. The firmware size, header type and size, header image size and offset, among other tidbits are logged to a file which will be queried when we start reassembly.

 

 

unclearExtraction of the file system is still a little cloudy to me as I continue learning thedifference in compression types. Currently (as of this writing) FMK only supports squashFS and CramFS. If the target firmware uses some other compression, then it will fail and quit. So the little gnomes inside my laptop work to decompress and extract the file system. Once they’re done digging, the gnomes toss the file system into the proper directories inside the fmk subdirectory, then a simple check looks to see if the expected subdirectories were created and populated- if not, it fails and quits. It was a gratifying feeling to see the subdirectories I’m used to seeing with a usual Linux build. I started browsing the contents of /bin, /dev, /etc, and more. When I found the shadow and password files, I knew I was on the right track and gratification washed over me. 

 

ReverseEngineeringReverse engineering is a process. It takes a lot of intuition, a lot of determination, and a lot of learning the nature of the obstacles you’re working to overcome. Now that we’ve learned how to decompile the firmware and have something to work with, the question becomes “what can I do with it?”

 

We’ll answer that next time.

 

Update: TweedleDerp.py

If any of you have taken the time to play with my TweedleDerp code, you’ll probably notice the recent Twitter changes to require SSL in all transactions broke the app. As I dug into this I realized it’s not a change in my code that was required, but an update to the Tweepy library I use to interact with Twitter’s API.Watch movie online The Transporter Refueled (2015)

To solve this, you can either download the updated version from GitHub here, or you can download the package I made available for you here.

A look back at an incident.

Antivirus-ProtectionSome time ago, I was given the privilege to be called in on a malware outbreak for a friend’s organization. Apparently the infection spread deep and wide throughout the environment in just a short time (12 hours) and they wanted someone to come in to quarantine infected hosts, analyze the infection, and determine a plan to clean it up as well as to decipher the attack and infection then to paint a picture I could share with the group. This is what I learned.

MalwareAfter pouring through countless lines of logs, tracing traffic and correlating IP addresses and host names, I’d been able to determine “patient 0” by identifying the laptop that served as the initial point of infection. Tracing through event logs and various bits of machine history, we captured the details of the host that served the initial dropper had been long since shut down and non-functioning- a common tactic amongst that malware players.

hacked-virus-malwareThe initial infection came about by someone taking a corporate laptop home and surfing the web from a network that was not so well protected.  The bug searched out any drives accessible from the machine and instantly recopies itself to those drives and morphs both it’s size and it’s name, then creates and starts a service of the same name. The file then creates a 0 byte .mpeg file and hides itself  by changing the file attributes before changing all the other files in the directory to an .exe extension and the process repeats.

malware-clustering-wcMonitoring the network activity of an infected host, it was interesting to see some UDP traffic trying to funnel itself through a high port to an IP address that maps to some scary foreign country that always gets picked on when Americans talk about cyber. Upon further examination of this traffic I concluded that the data being sent was of more interest than the location it was being sent to. Looking at the data in the captured packets I was seeing some random data, or so I thought. Each request out to this scary foreign server-monster was of the same size but of a random character string. So I decided to try to play this up a level. I set up a network segment which contained a host that was intended to impersonate the intended recipient of the infected host’s malicious “phone home”. Once the segment was set up, we introduced it to the network and once the next call was sent out, my server said “oh, hi! I’m that server. What were we talking about?”  Unfortunately, the response expected was something specific and I was unable to formulate a proper reply in the time available to contain the outbreak. I have plans to research this part further. It’s interesting to me that the infection pushes out what looks like a “heart beat”. I want to see what happens when the recipient server accepts that heartbeat as well as what response it sends and what happens after that.. I’ll be working on this in the lab.

malwareUsing the network traffic to search for hosts trying to call out to the scary monster-server helped to identify the hosts infected. I was able to dispatch some of the IR team to get those machines offline and start the re-imaging process to get them back in service. While we watched to make sure there was no more suspicious traffic, I used my little dark net to connect fresh hosts to an environment with known infected hosts- a perfect circumstance to monitor and learn the behavior of the malware. This proved helpful in determining the exact symptoms of the infection which is usually pretty consistent by infection.  Watching a new host come online in the hostile environment and we don’t see anything happen until we make a share drive accessible to one of the infected hosts. The symptoms previously outlined aren’t remarkable, but what is intriguing is that the file permissions are defined in such a way that we have to use the “attrib” windows command to unhide the file and unset the system file bit before we can successfully remove it. Cleaning the executable files seems easy but there is also the change of a registry key in HKCU which has to be deleted as well.

isitsafeOnce the service was stopped and the executables and registry key were deleted, I was able to see the machine returned to a peaceful state and no further unidentified traffic or activity was observed. While I was comfortable with the state of these disinfected machines, any good incident responder or malware researcher will tell you that you can never trust a system once it’s infected. If this were just a home PC that kids were using for homework or Facebook, I’d consider letting it go. But in a corporate environment, there is no room for that level of accepted risk. It is never safe to trust a system once infected and the host should be immediately formatted and rebuilt before being re-deployed.

Due to the sensitivity of this experience, I won’t lay out the exact details, but if you have some concern about similar infection symptoms, please reach out and I’ll be happy to help.

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