Nick Landers @monoxgas
External mail via Exchange is one of the most common services offered by organizations today. The Microsoft Office suite is even more prevalent making Outlook the most common mail client around. This talk focuses on the abuse of these two products for the purpose of gaining code execution inside remote networks. Subjects include E-Mail and password scraping, OWA/EWS brute forcing techniques, and new research into abusing Outlook mail rules for remote code execution. Learn about the capabilities of client side rules, the underlying Windows APIs, and how to modify these rule objects to make phishing attacks obsolete. Security Consultant at Silent Break Security. Professional Hacker for 2 years. Current work involves writing custom malware and researching unique attack vectors that abuse functionality in windows environments.