In this video, see how to install PyExfil and learn about the options it provides for exfiltration.
- [Instructor] PyExfil is a client…server tool which enables exfiltration…of data over a number of different protocols.…Let's clone PyExfil and take a look at it.…I'll clone this into my user share directory.…We're cloned so let's see what's…in the directory.…We'll make sure we've got most…of the requirements loaded,…but there are three we need to remove…before doing this.…
I'll just amend the requirements.txt file…and remove them.…I'll go down and remove urllib2,…PIL, and ftplib.…And that's it and I'll run it.…
Okay we're ready to go.…Let's see the range of protocols we can use…through a tunnel using PyExfil.…We can see here there's three main groups…of exfiltration techniques:…Network, physical and steganography.…The physical extraction uses QR codes.…An interesting approach.…But we'll focus on the network protocols.…
Here we can see a reasonable number…of protocols to use.…The Border Gateway Protocol, BGP.…DBLSP is a protocol used by Dropbox…to look for Dropbox service to sync to.…And PyExfil can use this protocol.…
- How tunneling works
- Running a local SSH tunnel
- Dynamic SSH tunneling
- Pivoting with Armitage and Metaspoit
- Exfiltrating using DET and DNS
- Covert exfiltration with Cachetalk
- Using PyExfil to exfiltrate over HTTPS
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