WoW beeing ill really SUCKS. Happy NEW YEAR. That part is also done. Hmmm what’s left…oh yeah the reason I didn’t write too much on my blog. It’s not because I was ill, it’s just because I was lazy ass hell and my my gf was staying over…so busy busy busy.
Only thing I could not switch of during these ‘holidays’ was my brain. It seems to be twisted since my birth and oh well I learned to live with it. So I had a midnight thought the other day. Nothing to funky nonetheless interesting. It’s all about connect back backdoors. If a connect back backdoor is used you always have the question: To where must it connect back?
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So here I was relaxing and watching Friends…when suddenly one of my old and almost forgotten ideas popped in my head. The problem context is as follow:
Let’s say you image(or you just want to search) a harddisk and want to know if the person has any crypto containers on his/her harddisk? How would you go about this?
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This idea popped in my head a while back and is still on my todo list (note: my todo list never shrinks). The following context/problem applies.
Suppose you want to steal information but the server you want to backdoor has got all ports ip restricted on an application level. Like a IIS instance which restricts users based on their ip address. How could this be bypassed without adjusting the IIS configuration or using a complicated rootkit. I thought of the following (note: this can also be implemented in ring0):
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