Category Archives: Penetration Testing

Speaking at the SANS Mobile Device Security Summit

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I’ll be presenting “Attacking and Defending Apple iOS Devices in the Enterprise” Monday, March 12 @ 10am. I’ve got a bunch of new content about iOS 5, iCloud and the latest attacks on these devices. This is the inaugural event for SANS and I’m proud to be part of it! More information can be found here at the SANS website.

Don’t Drop the SOAP: Real World Web Service Testing for Web Hackers Presentation

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Sorry for the long delay on posting the slides from the presentation that myself, Josh Abraham and Kevin Johnson did at Black Hat USA and DEF CON 19.  I’ve uploaded the slides from DEF CON to SlideShare (you can also download a copy there as well) and below are the links to the tools and white paper.  I’m currently in the process of working with OWASP to get the testing methodology put into the next version of the OWASP testing guide (v4).  If you have any comments or bug reports for the tools and vulnerable web services please let Josh and Kevin know, they would appreciate it!

Download the white paper.  Download Josh’s Metasploit modules.  Download Kevin’s vulnerable web services.

Attacking and Defending Apple iOS Devices Presentation

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Last week I spoke at the Central Ohio ISSA Conference about Attacking and Defending Apple IOS Devices.  This talk was based on information gathered from several of the mobile pentests that I conducted at SecureState.  I’ll be working on more research that will be going into an white paper that I will hopefully be releasing in the next few months.  You can find my slides on SlideShare below and watch the video graciously recorded by Iron Geek.

UPDATE (5/27): I found a very nice script by Patrick Toomey which can dump the contents of the keychain on Jailbroken iOS devices.  More details about how the script runs can be found in this blog post.  Note that the type of information you get back depends if the passcode is enabled or not.  You will get more keychain entries back if the passcode is not enabled.  I had mentioned in my presentation that I hadn’t found a script to do this yet…well here it is. 🙂