TEMPEST in Action

Digital Interruption is lucky enough to have a penetration testing team which consists of experienced hackers and penetration testers. This means we often have the pleasure of experimenting with attacks and demonstrating weaknesses that might otherwise only be seen as theoretical attacks. One great example of this is TEMPEST – also known as Van Eck Phreaking. In this blog post, we’ll see TEMPEST in action and try and help you understand whether this is an attack you should worry about. What is TEMPEST? First, some background. TEMPEST is an attack […]

Post Exploitation on Linux – Release the Orc

This blog is an extension of my Arcane Arts of Linux talk at Steelcon 2018, as well as a quick discussion about a post exploitation tool I’ve been writing and playing with for the last few months, called Orc. Part of the inspiration for this post is that over recent years, there’s been a lot of conversation about red-team techniques for Windows, significant tool development and tool evolution, and generally quite a lot of progress. Linux, on the other hand, doesn’t receive nearly as much attention. There are a lot […]