lecture: Hacking Attacks
The power of IPv6 driven malware
Over the last year we had significant increase on IPv6 internet use where hackers learned to adopt and improve their hacking tools. Witness the most powerful way that malware use IPv6 communication channel.
My knowledge as malware analyst and developer is extremely valuable but only if shared with the community. Trough out past years I developed malware for Windows OS capable of being undetected to any Antivirus engine. Very often I used virustotal as Proof of Concept that my malware is undetectable. In 2015, Antivirus vendors successfully upgrade there engines to detect my malware so I decide to make something new that will rise from the ash and be again, undetectable.
Since new IPv6 is widely implemented as supported protocol, I decide to play little bit with it and find a way to use for my new malware. Plenty of security controls are still not capable to fight against IPv6 so this was proven to be right choice. Also, I had to find a way to bypass newest Windows OS security features so I went to experiment with Powershell and make it part of my new malware. The presentation of my malware will not be just theory, it will be demonstration of fully functional Proof of Concept code that my new malware is build on.
Start time: 12:00