Slides of my talk at RuxCon 2013:
For those who do not listen Mayhem and black metal, the talk title
might seem a bit weird, and I can't blame you.
You know the boundaries of the Same Origin Policy, you know SQL
injection and time-delays,
you know BeEF. You also know that when sending cross-domain XHRs you
can still monitor the timing of the response: you might want to infer
on 0 or 1 bits depending if the response was delayed or not.
This means it's possible to exploit every kind of SQL injection,
blind or not blind, through an hooked browser, if you can inject a
and monitor the response timing.
You don't need a 0day or a particular SOP bypass to do this,
and it works in every browser.
The potential of being faster than a normal single-host multi-threaded SQLi
dumper will be explored. Two experiments will be shown: WebWorkers as well
as multiple synched hooked browsers, which split the workload
partial results to a central server.
including live demos. Such approach would work for both internet facing
targets as well as
applications available in the intranet of the hooked browser.
The talk will finish discussing the implications of such an approach
in terms of Incident Response and Forensics,
showing evidence of a very small footprint.
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