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Building upon the earlier WiFi2DNS payload that uses stealthy DNS exfiltration, Keld Norman has applied AES-256 encryption for a much more secure transit of the data.
Keld's explanation Video:
Exfiltration is an involuntary backup. It's a technique for obtaining data from a network. Once obtained, the data may be removed using a number of methods. These may include traversing the network to a command and control server, such as Cloud C². The content is typically encrypted or obfuscated. In the case of physical access, a bring-your-own-network element may be included to evade detection. See all exfiltration payloads.
This payload is for OMG — a platform built for covert field-use with features that enhance remote execution, stealth and forensics evasion, all while being able to quickly change your tooling on the fly.
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