Improved Canned Air Attacks Against REX Sensors

Bypassing Request-to-Exit (REX) sensors with canned air and other mediums isn’t a new attack, and is widely used as a covert method of entry. However, there are times where this attack could be possible, but certain elements such as a small physical gap that the straw can’t fit through, REX sensor being farther away, etc., … More Improved Canned Air Attacks Against REX Sensors

Hak5 LAN Turtle

My #Hack5 LAN Turtle is ready for deployment! This has certainly been a helpful tool to use for #SocialEngineering assessments. –Brent

DerbyCon 5.0 – “Hacking Web Apps”

Brent here. DerbyCon 5 – 2015 was awesome! I presented my talk “Hacking Web Apps” and really enjoyed the amount of questions that people asked during the Q&A portion at the end. Thanks to Dave Kennedy and TrustedSec for the opportunity to present. If you’re interested in watching my talk, here is the link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=J1tHFEc09u0More DerbyCon 5.0 – “Hacking Web Apps”

CircleCityCon – 2015

CircleCityCon in Indianapolis! DrBearSec knows how to put on a great hacker conference. Thanks for having Tim and I out to speak. Our talk was titled “From Parking Lot to Pwnage – Hack-free Network Pwnage”. We did a bit of a different format with this talk. You’ll notice we’re sitting in chairs. The more informal, conversational … More CircleCityCon – 2015

DEF CON 22 – Social Engineering Village

HUGE shout-out to Social Engineer, Inc and Chris Hadnagy for the opportunity to speak at Def Con 22! Our talk was titled “Corporate Espionage: Gathering Actionable Intelligence Via Covert Operations”. The talk went great and it the turnout was incredible. Apologies to those who waited in line and couldn’t get in due to the room being … More DEF CON 22 – Social Engineering Village