The Little Phone That Could Ch-Ch-Chroot

Kavli Affiliate: Mathew Evans

| First 5 Authors: Jack Whitter-Jones, Mathew Evans, , ,

| Summary:

Security testing has been a career path that many are beginning to take. In
doing so, security testing can hit the realms of many different types of
engagements, ranging from web, infrastructure and social engineering. With the
risk of sabotage, corporate espionage it has been seen that many organisations
are beginning to develop a tactical capability. In doing so, the term ‘Red
Team’ has been coined to market such engagements. Red Teaming is the method of
having almost free reign towards a target. By doing such an engagement a target
will be able to fully understand the breadth of vulnerabilities facing their
organisation. However, Red Teaming can be an expensive and resource intensive
task. Through this paper, it is discussed that it is possible to make a covert
disposable phone to help aide Red Teamer’s with the reconnaissance phase
without drawing attention to themselves within a day to day task.

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