Description: All brand new tool additions to the Google Hacking Diggity Project - The Next Generation Search Engine Hacking Arsenal. As always, all tools are free for download and use.
When last we saw our heroes, the Diggity Duo had demonstrated how search engine hacking could be used to take over someone’s Amazon cloud in less than 30 seconds, build out an attack profile of the Chinese government’s external networks, and even download all of an organization’s Internet facing documents and mine them for passwords and secrets. Google and Bing were forced to hug it out, as their services were seamlessly combined to identify which of the most popular websites on the Internet were unwittingly being used as malware distribution platforms against their own end-users.
Now, we've traveled through space and time, my friend, to rock this house again...
True to form, the legendary duo have toiled night and day in the studio (a one room apartment with no air conditioning) to bring you an entirely new search engine hacking tool arsenal that’s packed with so much tiger blood and awesome-sauce, that it’s banned on 6 continents. Many of these new Diggity tools are also fueled by the power of the cloud and provide you with vulnerability data faster and easier than ever thanks to the convenience of mobile applications.Just a few highlights of new tools to be unveiled are:
* AlertDiggityDB – For several years, we’ve collected vulnerability details and sensitive information disclosures from thousands of real-time RSS feeds setup to monitor Google, Bing, SHODAN, and various other search engines. We consolidated this information into a single database, the AlertDiggityDB, forming the largest consolidated repository of live vulnerabilities on the Internet. Now it’s available to you.
* Diggity Dashboard – An executive dashboard of all of our vulnerability data collected from search engines. Customize charts and graphs to create tailored views of the data, giving you the insight necessary to secure your own systems. This web portal provides users with direct access to the most current version of the AlertDiggityDB.
* Bing Hacking Database (BHDB) 2.0 – Exploiting recent API changes and undocumented features within Bing, we’ve been able to completely overcome the previous Bing hacking limitations to create an entirely new BHDB that will make Bing hacking just as effective as Google hacking (if not more so) for uncovering vulnerabilities and data leaks on the web. This also will include an entirely new SharePoint Bing Hacking database, containing attack strings targeting Microsoft SharePoint deployments via Bing.
* NotInMyBackYardDiggity – Don’t be the last to know if LulzSec or Anonymous post data dumps of your company’s passwords on PasteBin.com, or if a reckless employee shares an Excel spreadsheet with all of your customer data on a public website. This tool leverages both Google and Bing, and comes with pre-built queries that make it easy for users to find sensitive data leaks related to their organizations that exist on 3rd party sites, such as PasteBin, YouTube, and Twitter. Uncover data leaks in documents on popular cloud storage sites like Dropbox, Microsoft SkyDrive, and Google Docs. A must have for organizations that have sensitive data leaks on domains they don’t control or operate.
* PortScanDiggity – How would you like to get Google to do your port scanning for you? Using undocumented functionality within Google, we’ve been able to turn Google into an extremely effective network port s canning tool. You can provide domains, hostnames, and even IP address ranges to scan in order to identify open ports ranging across all 65,535 TCP ports. An additional benefit is that this port scanning is completely passive – no need to directly communicate with target networks since Google has already performed the scanning for you.
* CloudDiggity Data Mining Tool Suite – Ever wanted to data mine every single password, email, SSN, credit card number on the Internet? Our new cloud tools combine Google/Bing hacking and data loss prevention (DLP) scanning on a massive scale, made possible via the power of cloud computing. Chuck Norris approved.
* CodeSearchDiggity-Cloud Edition – Google recently shut down Code Search in favor of focusing on Google+, putting “more wood behind fewer arrows”. I suppose we could have let the matter go, and let CodeSearchDiggity die, but that would be the mature thing to do. Instead, we are harnessing the power of the cloud to keep the dream alive – i.e. performing source code security analysis of nearly every single open source code project in existence, simultaneously.
* BingBinaryMalwareSearch (BBMS) – According to the Verizon 2012 DBIR, malware was used to compromise a staggering 95% of all records breached for 2011. BBMS allows users to proactively track down and block sites distributing malware executables on the web. The tool leverages Bing, which indexes executable files, to find malware based on executable file signatures (e.g. “Time Stamp Date:”, “Size of Code:”, and “Entry Point:”).
* Diggity IDS – Redesigned intrusion detection system (IDS) for search engine hacking. Will still leverage the wealth of information provided by the various Diggity Alert RSS feeds, but will also make more granular data slicing and dicing possible through new and improved client tools. Also includes the frequently requested SMS/email alerting capabilities, making it easier than ever for users to keep tabs on their vulnerability exposure via search engines.
So come ready to engage us as we explore these tools and more in this DEMO rich presentation. You are cordially invited to ride the lightning.
Francis Brown CISA, CISSP, MCSE, is a Managing Partner at Stach & Liu, a security consulting firm providing IT security services to the Fortune 500 and global financial institutions as well as U.S. and foreign governments. Before joining Stach & Liu, Francis served as an IT Security Specialist with the Global Risk Assessment team of Honeywell International where he performed network and application penetration testing, product security evaluations, incident response, and risk assessments of critical infrastructure. Prior to that, Francis was a consultant with the Ernst & Young Advanced Security Centers and conducted network, application, wireless, and remote access penetration tests for Fortune 500 clients.
Francis has presented his research at leading conferences such as Black Hat USA, DEF CON, InfoSec World, ToorCon, and HackCon and has been cited in numerous industry and academic publications.
Francis holds a Bachelor of Science and Engineering from the University of Pennsylvania with a major in Computer Science and Engineering and a minor in Psychology. While at Penn, Francis taught operating system implementation, C programming, and participated in DARPA-funded research into advanced intrusion prevention system techniques.
Rob Ragan is a Senior Security Associate at Stach & Liu, a specialized security consulting firm serving the Fortune 1000 and high-tech startups. We protect our clients from the bad guys by breaking-in and bending the rules before the hackers do. From critical infrastructure to credit cards, popular websites to mobile games, and flight navigation systems to frozen waffle factories, we're there.
Before joining Stach & Liu, Rob served as a Software Engineer with the Application Security Center team of Hewlett-Packard (formerly SPI Dynamics) where he developed automated web application security testing tools, performed penetration tests, and researched vulnerabi lity assessment and identification techniques. Rob has presented his research at leading conferences such as Black Hat, DEF CON, SummerCon, InfoSec World, HackCon, OuterZ0ne, and HackerHalted. He has published several white papers and is a contributing author to the Hacking Exposed: Web Applications 3rd edition.
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