2017 FOSS Contributions

We here at SecureState heavily rely on the Open Source tools that are available from the information security community. Like […]

Quick Reference: Empire Persistence Modules

During a penetration test you may find yourself in a situation where your foothold in the network is tenuous and […]

Building a Convincing USB Drop

One of my favorite attack vectors is the USB drop. At SecureState, our two go-to drops are the Rubber Ducky and […]

Bypassing Gmail’s Malicious Macro Signatures

Malicious macros in Excel spreadsheets are one of the most common methods of delivery in phishing attacks. If the premise […]

Leveraging MS16-032 with PowerShell Empire

It’s not very often in the life of a pentester that you find a point-and-click exploit that works right out […]

No RDP, No Problem!

The Setup I conducted some phishing for a pentest this past week. My ulterior motive was to have an opportunity […]