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Package names are renamed in a consistent and uniform manner such that components of the same package, function etc. share the same random name. When you combine this knowledge with the fact that the function method names remain largely unaffected by the obfuscation, then once the usage of a particular package was discovered, all entries that used the same random name could also be renamed via a simple IDAPython helper script:
The ChaChi operators borrowed the DNS tunnelling transport mechanism from Chashell, but it is no longer operating as a simple reverse shell. They instead opted to make several modifications, including the removal of the default action of spawning a reverse shell, and the addition of an extra layer of encoding on some of the data passing through the DNS stream.
The developers of ChaChi again opted to avoid reinventing the wheel when they decided to add SOCKS proxy functionality into ChaChi. They have borrowed yet more code, this time from what appears to be rsocks.
When the ChaChi operators wish to start the proxy server on the infected host, the expected command structure would look like the example in the picture below. In the case of the reverse SOCKS5 proxy, a command ID of 2 or 3 is accepted, because both have the exact same effect:
Base64 encoding is not a requirement for the reverse socks proxy. ChaChi simply parses out the client address and port, joins them with a colon, and passes that new string to the reverse SOCKS5 proxy setup code that sets up the proxy session:
With a SOCKS5 proxy session established, the ChaChi operators can now run tools such as nmap through the proxy in order to scan the compromised internal network. As this is a reverse proxy, it is the server component that initiates the connection to the client. This is obviously the better option for the operators of ChaChi, because they will be operating from behind enemy lines, so to speak.
ZeuS offers users a simple-to-install, highly effective, feature packed botnet. Its ease and availability resulted in massive numbers of unrelated ZeuS-built botnets and Zbot variants in the wild. This makes attribution of ZeuS botnet crimes extremely difficult and shifts the focus away from its original developers in Eastern Europe.
The bot building process is simple. Users can use a custom config or edit the default config provided by the kit. Once the config file is ready the builder option Build config generates a compressed and encrypted binary. The binary will be downloaded and used by the loader component:
Under the Host option, provide the ip address of simulator, which can be seen at the bottom of the simulator.The login credentials are devuser:devuser.Once the connection is established with the simulator, we can transfer the certificate to /sdcard with simple drag-and-drop.
The simplest way to understand the BlackBerry Dynamics platform is to think of it as three key components: the BlackBerry Dynamics SDK and BlackBerry servers (BlackBerry UEM) connected by a Network Operations Center (NOC). BlackBerry Dynamics provides the services and architecture to build, securely deploy, and manage apps. BlackBerry UEM includes the BlackBerry Dynamics Secure Mobility Platform and delivers the Enterprise Mobility Management (EMM) solution to securely manage devices.
# BlackBerry Dynamics SDKimplementation 'com.blackberry.blackberrydynamics:android_handheld_platform:10.0+implementation 'com.blackberry.blackberrydynamics:android_handheld_resources:10.0+'implementation 'com.blackberry.blackberrydynamics:android_handheld_backup_support:10.0+'# Optionalimplementation 'com.blackberry.blackberrydynamics:android_handheld_blackberry_protect_support:10.0+'
Authorization generally includes establishing a data connection to the UEM or BD proxy infrastructure and to the enterprise that provisioned the end user. In addition, authorization will also include any necessary registration of the device, at the BlackBerry Dynamics Network Operation Center (infrastructure activation), and at the enterprise (enterprise activation).
Otherwise, the secure storage, secure communication, and push channel APIs are all available in Enterprise Simulation Mode. The communication APIs will not be able to connect to any enterprise app servers through the UEM or Good Control proxy infrastructure, although direct connections to enterprise app servers can still be made, if, for example, the AVD is running on a machine that is on the enterprise LAN or VPN.
When making HTTPS requests through an HTTP proxy, SSL/TLS certificate verification must be disabled. Certificate verification while using an HTTP proxy is not supported. BlackBerry Dynamics HTTP data communication does not go via the proxy specified in the device's native settings, if any.
If the app attempts to use an unsupported feature, a java.lang.UnsupportedOperationException is thrown. Only the default constructor is supported. Other constructors, for example those with parameters for proxy or host address, are not supported.
BlackBerry Dynamics secure communications support HTTPS, using a Secure Socket Layer connection or SSL/TLS to send the HTTP request and receive the response. HTTP and HTTPS requests can be relayed by an HTTP or HTTPS proxy that resides on the Internet or behind the enterprise firewall. Authentication with the proxy is supported.
The connection to the app server will be made through the BlackBerry Dynamics proxy infrastructure. Verify the status of the mobile app's connection to the proxy infrastructure before attempting to open the socket or sending the HTTP request.
For an example of its use, refer to the SecureClipboardView class in the SecureCopyPaste sample project. The SecureCopyPaste project is in a sub-directory of your Android home directory with the following path: sdk/extras/blackberry/dynamics_sdk/sdk/samples/SecureCopyPaste/
Same for me as well. Thought I did all my reasearch and felt good about US Mobile, but was just told by technical support that my blackberry curve will actually not be able to receive mms, group texts, or anything data-related at all. Pretty disappointed
In previous articles, we have discussed the use of F5 BIG-IP as a SSL VPN and other use cases for external or inbound access. I now wanted to take some time to discuss an outbound access use case using F5 BIG-IP as an explicit forward web proxy. In laymen terms, this use case allows you to control end user web access with malware prevention, URL and content filtering. This is made possible with a great partnership between F5 and Forcepoint, previously known as Websense. The BIG-IP can also be used as a transparent forward proxy though this will be outside the scope of this article. Below is a diagram and description of each.
OK, so now that we've discussed the intent of the article, let's go over the requirements before getting started. The customer requirement is to identify a forward web proxy solution that provides URL filtering, content filtering as well as the ability to export logs and statistics on end user browsing. They also require single sign on using Kerberos authentication.
As the integrator, you're wondering how much it would cost to bring in a new vendor and appliances to meet this requirement. Then you remember hearing that F5 is somewhat of a Swiss Army Knife, can they do this? So as many of us do, we go back to our handy dandy search engine and type in web proxy site:f5.com. What do you know, you see BIG-IP APM Secure Web Gateway Overview.
Now the time you've been waiting for. F5 said it has the ability but only way to validate is test yourself. So let's get to the bottom of this F5 explicit web proxy claim by F5 and test for ourselves.
Well, there you have it. You have successfully deployed a forward web proxy solution using something you may already have in your data center. No time to celebrate though, you've got 10 more priority one projects that came into your queue in the hour it took you to deploy SWG! Until next time.
sudo /usr/bin/nimble_regutilCopyYou will be asked for your WMSPanel login and password sent to you during sign up.You can automate registration by adding the following parameters: -u for user name and -p for password, e.g.sudo /usr/bin/nimble_regutil -u firstname.lastname@example.org -p mypasswordRegutil allows setting up specific display name for Nimble instance in WMSPanel via --server-name option.sudo /usr/bin/nimble_regutil --server-name display_nameNimble supports using HTTP proxy to access WMSPanel via --proxy option for nimble_regutil.sudo /usr/bin/nimble_regutil --proxy proxy_urlproxy_url is HTTP proxy URL/address to use to access WMSPanel, e.g. 192.168.0.1:3128 or proxy_user:email@example.com:3128.That will add required settings to nimble.conf after successful registration in WMSPanel via proxy.If you have pre-configured Nimble Streamer instance which is not in WMSPanel, you may register this server in the panel and import existing settings using the following command. Read this article for details. Please back up your rules.conf before using this method to avoid accidental damages.sudo /usr/bin/nimble_regutil -u firstname.lastname@example.org -p mypassword --apply-rules-confYou may also apply pre-defined rules.conf to some server which already exists in WMSPanel. You run this command, it will erase existing settings and will apply new settings. This article also has details on this.This option is avialable only for subscribed accounts. Contact out helpdesk to enable it.sudo /usr/bin/nimble_regutil -u email@example.com -p mypassword --reapply-rules-conf some_rules.confHere some_rules.conf is a file with some previously defined settings, it's an optional parameter. 2b1af7f3a8