Building a phishing engagement is hard. While the concept is straightforward, real-world execution is tricky. Being successful takes enormous amounts of up-front setup and knowledge in quickly evolving phishing tactics. While there is always a need to craft a custom email, the most considerable amount of work is setting up an infrastructure to make it all work.
Wouldn’t it be nice if you had a playbook of how to set everything up to save time and prevent mistakes?
What if we coded this playbook so we could share this with others and modify our tactics when things change?
In this Black Hills Information Security (BHIS) webcast, we’re going to do just that. We will take a top-down look at how a phishing engagement is designed. Then we will work through coding this design, so we don’t have to keep building a phish. Lastly, we will touch on how to fly under the radar and how coding TTP’s help save time and guarantee accuracy.
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00:00 – FEATURE PRESENTATION: How to Build a Phishing Engagement – Coding TTP’s
01:06 – About Ralph May
01:58 – Disclaimers
03:19 – Overview
03:56 – Phishing is Hard
06:33 – Infrastructure
07:12 – Operational Security
08:39 – Designing a Phish
13:18 – Phishing Emails
15:48 – 1st Tool: EVILGINX2
17:30 – EVILGINX IOC’s
18:20 – 2nd Tool: GoPhish
19:08 – GoPhish IOC’s
20:52 – 3rd Tool: NGINX
22:08 – 4th Tool: Digital Ocean Cloud Provider
22:33 – 5th Tool: Mailgun Email Service
23:17 – 6th Tool: CDN-Azure
23:57 – Coding a Phish – 1st Tool: Ansible
26:33 – 2nd Tool: Terraform
29:01 – 3rd Tool: Docker
30:49 – Combining Ansible and Terraform
32:41 – Ansible Secrets
34:32 – DEMO: Executing a Phishing Engagement
42:40 – What’s Next
44:03 – QnA
57:08 – PostShow Banter™ — Ohs and Ahs
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