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Rogue AP Placement: evil + 1
From: Chris Merkel <cmerkel () gmail com>
Date: Wed, 25 Aug 2010 10:54:53 -0500

Question directed to fellow pen-test / red-teaming ninjas:

Have a test coming up, and want to place a rogue AP. I fully expect that a
vanilla AP/router will be detected. I'm thinking about dropping a Cisco PIX
501 with the rogue AP sitting on the other side of the NAT gateway, and
turning off all remote PIX management as well (if possible, it's been awhile
since I admin'ed these.), maybe even turn off ICMP echo replies.

My guess is that this isn't going to be detected... My question is: anyone
gone to that level of evil to evade detection on a network? If so, could you
share any tips or gotchas you encountered along the way?

(BTW, you can get a PIX 501 on ebay for under 100 bucks... so well within
the reach of an attacker...)

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- Chris Merkel
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