AWS Slurp Github Takeover
Logan Evans, Associate, Coalfire Labs, Coalfire
Slurp is a tool used by information security professionals to enumerate AWS S3 buckets. Slurp takes a domain name (example.com) or wordlist as input and cycles through likely S3 bucket names (example.s3.amazonaws.com) looking for any world-read/writeable buckets. S3 buckets are a great find for offensive security pros because they are commonly misconfigured. This leads to things like the famous RNC Voter Records breach or Verizon’s 2017 breach.
The Dangers of Client Probing on Palo Alto Firewalls
Esteban Rodriguez, Consultant, Coalfire Labs, Coalfire
While performing a routine internal penetration test, I began the assessment by running Responder in analyze mode just to get an idea of what was being sent over broadcast. Much to my surprise, I found that shortly after running it, a hash was captured by Responder’s SMB listener.
Google Cloud NEXT '18: A Growing Event with Much to Offer
Dan Stocker, Practice Director, Payments, Cloud & Tech
If you want to learn what's up and coming for Google Cloud and make some great connections, Google Cloud NEXT is an informative, lively event to prioritize on your conference calendar. Coalfire attended the recent Google Cloud NEXT '18 conference in San Francisco (July 24-27) and found it to be a good venue to meet existing customers, make new contacts, and attend informative technical sessions. This is the second year for Google Cloud's conference, and it proved to be a platform for many product and feature announcements while conveying a strong security theme. In addition to the many technical talks on security topics, Google Cloud made several important service announcements related to security; this blog post will review a few of the more noteworthy topics.
Our Analysis: Gartner’s Hype Cycle for Risk Management, 2018
Bob Post, Senior Practice Director, Cyber Risk Advisory, Coalfire
For those of us charged with managing cyber risk as well as planning and budgeting for cybersecurity, the Gartner “Hype Cycle for Risk Management, 2018” provides some helpful perspectives that are useful in setting both priorities and expectations.