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Re: Rogue AP Placement: evil + 1
From: Robin Wood <robin () digininja org>
Date: Thu, 26 Aug 2010 14:48:15 +0100

On 26 August 2010 04:17, Chris Merkel <cmerkel () gmail com> wrote:
Had not seen that - looks like fun, I'll definitely check it out. Could
something like this be used in conjunction with an ARP cache poison to route
all traffic through the device, rather than just getting inline between a
device and the switch?

You could do arp poisoning from it but the specific design of this is
that traffic is bridged between the two wired interfaces and then
copied out to a waiting listener. I see it being used just in front of
either a single machine/printer or a very low usage switch. Imagine if
you could get it in front of the secretary for the CEOs machine, or
that printer. You capture all the traffic during office hours then
after hours you break the bridge, change the MAC on the network side
to match that of the machine you were intercepting and you are now on
the network as a legitimate machine.

Robin


- Chris
On Wed, Aug 25, 2010 at 5:06 PM, Robin Wood <robin () digininja org> wrote:

On 25 August 2010 22:40, Chris Merkel <cmerkel () gmail com> wrote:
Yeah, that does just about everything I need. I'm still going to drop a
big
ugly pix and ghetto AP for the fun of it.
Aside from this all-in-wonderful pwnage device, anyone else have tips
for
stealthy AP usage?
- Chris

Have you seen my Interceptor project?
http://www.digininja.org/interceptor/ If you build one of these you
can drop it on the network and use it to tap all the traffic during
the day then take over one of the devices thats been turned off
overnight or just become it and don't let legit traffic flow through
to it then you can do whatever you want out of hours.

Robin



On Wed, Aug 25, 2010 at 2:19 PM, Andrew Johnson
<email () andrewcjohnson com>
wrote:

Have you seen
this? http://grep8000.blogspot.com/2010/07/introducing-pwn-plug.html
-A

On Wed, Aug 25, 2010 at 10:54 AM, Chris Merkel <cmerkel () gmail com>
wrote:

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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