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"Smart Factory Security - A Case Study on a Modular Smart Manufacturing System"
Marcello Pogliani, Federico Maggi, Marco Balduzzi, Davide Quarta, Stefano Zanero, Giacomo Tavola, Walter Quadrini
The 2020 International Conference on Industry 4.0 and Smart Manufacturing
ISM 2020, Virtual, 23-25 November 2020

[ abstract, pdf ] Smart manufacturing systems are an attractive target for cyber attacks, because they embed valuable data and critical equipment. Despite the market is driving towards integrated and interconnected factories, current smart manufacturing systems are still designed under the assumption that they will stay isolated from the corporate network and the outside world. This choice may result in an internal architecture with insufficient network and system compartmentalization. As a result, once an attacker has gained access, they have full control of the entire production plant because of the lack of network segmentation. With the goal of raising cybersecurity awareness, in this paper we describe a practical case study showing attack scenarios that we have validated on a real modular smart manufacturing system, and suggest practical security countermeasures. The testbed smart manufacturing system is part of the Industry 4.0 research laboratory hosted by Politecnico di Milano, and comprises seven assembly stations, each with their programmable logic controllers and human-computer interfaces, as well as an industrial robotic arm that performs pick-and-place tasks. On this testbed we show two indirect attacks to gain initial access, even under the best-case scenario of a system not directly connected to any public network. We conclude by showing two post-exploitation scenarios that an adversary can use to cause physical impact on the production, or keep persistent access to the plant. We are unaware of a similar security analysis performed within the premises of a research facility, following a scientific methodology, so we believe that this work can represent a good first step to inspire follow up research on the many verticals that we touch.

"Detecting Insecure Code Patterns in Industrial Robot Programs"
Marcello Pogliani, Federico Maggi, Marco Balduzzi, Davide Quarta, Stefano Zanero
The 15th ACM Asia Conference on Computer and Communications Security
AsiaCCS 2020, Virtual, October 5-9 2020

[ abstract, pdf ] Industrial robots are complex and customizable machines that can be programmed with proprietary domain-specific languages. These languages provide not only movement instructions, but also access to low-level system resources such as the network or the file system. Although useful, these features can lead to taint-style vulnerabilities and can be misused to implement malware -- on par with general-purpose programming languages. In this paper, we analyze the languages of 8 leading industrial robot vendors, systematize their technical features, and discuss cases of vulnerable and malicious uses. We then describe a static source-code analyzer that we created to analyze robotic programs and discover insecure or potentially malicious code paths. We focused our proof-of-concept implementation on two popular languages, namely ABB's RAPID and KUKA's KRL. By evaluating our tool on a set of publicly available programs, we show that insecure patterns are found in real-world code; therefore, static source-code analysis is an effective security screening mechanism, for example to prevent commissioning insecure or malicious industrial task programs. Finally, we discuss remediation steps that developers and vendors can adopt to mitigate such issues.

"Good to Bad: When Industrial Protocol Translation Goes Wrong (technical report)"
Marco Balduzzi, Charles Perine, Philippe Lin, Ryan Flores, Rainer Vosseler, Luca Bongiorni
The 15th International Conference on Critical Information Infrastructures Security
CRITIS 2020, Virtual, September 2-3 2020

[ abstract, pdf ] Protocol gateways are embedded devices used in industrial installations to facilitate the communication between production units like control servers, PLCs or machinery; and for the integration of IT and OT networks. These gateways translate ICS protocols -- e.g. Modbus, Profibus or BACnet -- to enable legacy devices like on serial buses to communicate and interface with modern TCP/IP networks. For example, in a typical Modbus installation, a gateway translates the requests originating from a control server located in a TCP/IP control network (and acting as a master node) to a PLC on RS232 (i.e., a slave node). Given the importance of protocol gateways in the operation of modern industrial networks, we conducted a security evaluation aimed at understanding how industrial protocols are translated, and at discovering potential risks of abuse. We considered 5 protocol gateway products from well-known, established vendors and observed similar classes of problems across the different vendors. In addition, although our evaluation focused on protocol translation, we also encountered a series of related problems e.g. with authentication and reliability that can facilitate attacks like sabotage or information leakage.

"A Security Evaluation of Industrial Radio Remote Controllers"
Federico Maggi, Marco Balduzzi, Jonathan Andersson, Philippe Lin, Stephen Hilt, Akira Urano, Rainer Vosseler
The 16th Conference on Detection of Intrusions and Malware & Vulnerability Assessment
DIMVA 2019, Götheborg, Sweden, June 19-20 2019

[ abstract, pdf ] Heavy industrial machinery is a primary asset for the operation of key sectors such as construction, manufacturing, and logistics. Targeted attacks against these assets could result in incidents, fatal injuries, and substantial financial loss. Given the importance of such scenarios, we analyzed and evaluated the security implications of the technology used to operate and control this machinery, namely industrial radio remote controllers. We conducted the first-ever security analysis of this technology, which relies on proprietary radio-frequency protocols toloca implement remote-control functionalities. Through a two-phase evaluation approach we discovered important flaws in the design and implementation of industrial remote controllers. In this paper we introduce and describe 5 practical attacks affecting major vendors and multiple real-world installations. We conclude by discussing how a challenging responsible disclosure process resulted in first-ever security patches and improved security awareness.

"Investigating Web Defacement Campaigns at Large"
Federico Maggi, Marco Balduzzi, Ryan Flores, Lion Gu, Vincenzo Ciancaglini
The 13th ACM Asia Conference on Computer and Communications Security
AsiaCCS 2018, Incheon, Korea, June 4-7 2018

[ abstract, pdf, bib ] Website defacement is the practice of altering the web pages of a website after its compromise. The altered pages, called deface pages, can negatively affect the reputation and business of the victim site. Previous research has focused primarily on detection, rather than exploring the defacement phenomenon in depth. While investigating several defacements, we observed that the artifacts left by the defacers allow an expert analyst to investigate the actors' modus operandi and social structure, and expand from the single deface page to a group of related defacements (i.e., a campaign). However, manually performing such analysis on millions of incidents is tedious, and poses scalability challenges. From these observations, we propose an automated approach that efficiently builds intelligence information out of raw deface pages. Our approach streamlines the analysts job by automatically recognizing defacement campaigns, and assigning meaningful textual labels to them. Applied to a com- prehensive dataset of 13 million defacement records, from Jan. 1998 to Sep. 2016, our approach allowed us to conduct the first large-scale measurement on web defacement campaigns. In addition, our approach is meant to be adopted operationally by analysts to identify live campaigns in the real world. We go beyond confirming anecdotal evidence. We analyze the social structure of modern defacers, which includes lone individuals as well as actors that cooperate with each others, or with teams, which evolve over time and dominate the scene. We conclude by drawing a parallel between the time line of World-shaping events and defacement campaigns, representing the evolution of the interests and orientation of modern defacers.

"Exploring the Long Tail of (Malicious) Software Downloads"
Babak Rahbarinia, Marco Balduzzi, Roberto Perdisci
The 47th IEEE/IFIP International Conference on Dependable Systems and Networks
DSN 2017, Denver, Colorado, USA, June 26-29 2017

[ abstract, pdf, bib ] In this paper, we present a large-scale study of global trends in software download events, with an analysis of both benign and malicious downloads, and a categorization of events for which no ground truth is currently available. Our measurement study is based on a unique, real-world dataset collected at Trend Micro containing more than 3 million in-the-wild web-based software download events involving hundreds of thousands of Internet machines, collected over a period of seven months. Somewhat surprisingly, we found that despite our best efforts and the use of multiple sources of ground truth, more than 83% of all downloaded software files remain unknown, i.e. cannot be classified as benign or malicious, even two years after they were first observed. If we consider the number of machines that have downloaded at least one unknown file, we find that more than 69% of the entire machine/user population downloaded one or more unknown software file. Because the accuracy of malware detection systems reported in the academic literature is typically assessed only over software files that can be labeled, our findings raise concerns on their actual effectiveness in large-scale real-world deployments, and on their ability to defend the majority of Internet machines from infection. To better understand what these unknown software files may be, we perform a detailed analysis of their properties. We then explore whether it is possible to extend the labeling of software downloads by building a rule-based system that automatically learns from the available ground truth and can be used to identify many more benign and malicious files with very high confidence. This allows us to greatly expand the number of software files that can be labeled with high confidence, thus providing results that can benefit the evaluation of future malware detection systems.

"Attacks Landscape in the Dark Side of the Web" (Best Paper Award)
Onur Catakoglu, Marco Balduzzi, Davide Balzarotti
The 16th Edition of the Computer Security track at the 32th ACM Symposium on Applied Computing
SEC@SAC 2017, Marrakech, Morocco, April 3-7 2017

[ abstract, pdf, bib ] The Dark Web is known as the part of the Internet operated by decentralized and anonymous-preserving protocols like Tor. To date, the research community has focused on understanding the size and characteristics of the Dark Web and the services and goods that are offered in its underground markets. However, little is still known about the attacks landscape in the Dark Web. For the traditional Web, it is now well understood how websites are exploited, as well as the important role played by Google Dorks and automated attack bots to form some sort of "background attack noise" to which public websites are exposed. This paper tries to understand if these basic concepts and components have a parallel in the Dark Web. In particular, by deploying a high interaction honeypot in the Tor network for a period of seven months, we conducted a measurement study of the type of attacks and of the attackers behavior that affect this still relatively unknown corner of the Web.

"Real-Time Detection of Malware Downloads via Large-Scale URL->File->Machine Graph Mining"
Babak Rahbarinia, Marco Balduzzi, Roberto Perdisci
The 11th ACM Asia Conference on Computer and Communications Security
AsiaCCS 2016, Xi'an, China, May 30 - June 3 2016

[ abstract, pdf, bib, slides ] In this paper we propose Mastino, a novel defense system to detect malware download events. A download event is a 3-tuple that identifies the action of downloading a file from a URL that was triggered by a client (machine). Mastino utilizes global situation awareness and continuously monitors various network- and system-level events of the clients' machines across the Internet and provides real time classification of both files and URLs to the clients upon submission of a new, unknown file or URL to the system. To enable detection of the download events, Mastino builds a large download graph that captures the subtle relationships among the entities of download events, i.e. files, URLs, and machines. We implemented a prototype version of Mastino and evaluated it in a large-scale real-world deployment. Our experimental evaluation shows that Mastino can accurately classify malware download events with an average of 95.5% true positive (TP), while incurring less than 0.5% false positives (FP). In addition, we show the Mastino can classify a new download event as either benign or malware in just a fraction of a second, and is therefore suitable as a real time defense system.

"MobiPot: Understanding Mobile Telephony Threats with Honeycards"
Marco Balduzzi, Payas Gupta, Lion Gu, Debin Gao and Mustaque Ahamad
The 11th ACM Asia Conference on Computer and Communications Security
AsiaCCS 2016, Xi'an, China, May 30 - June 3 2016

[ abstract, pdfbib ] Over the past decade, the number of mobile phones has increased dramatically, overtaking the world population in October 2014. In developing countries like India and China, mobile subscribers outnumber traditional landline users and account for over 90% of the active population. At the same time, convergence of telephony with the Internet with technologies like VoIP makes it possible to reach a large number of telephone users at a low or no cost via voice calls or SMS (short message service) messages. As a consequence, cybercriminals are abusing the telephony channel to launch attacks, e.g., scams that offer fraudulent services and voice-based phishing or vishing, that have previously relied on the Internet. In this paper, we introduce and deploy the first mobile phone honeypot called MobiPot that allow us to collect fraudulent calls and SMS messages. We implement multiple ways of advertising mobile numbers (honeycards) on MobiPot to investigate how fraudsters collect phone numbers that are targeted by them. During a period of over seven months, MobiPot collected over two thousand voice calls and SMS messages, and we confirmed that over half of them were unsolicited. We found that seeding honeycards enables us to discover attacks on the mobile phone numbers which were not known before.

"Automatic Extraction of Indicators of Compromise for Web Application"
Onur Catakoglu, Marco Balduzzi, Davide Balzarotti
The 25th International World Wide Web Conference
WWW 2016, Montreal, Canada, April 11-15 2016

[ abstract, pdf, bib, slides ] Indicators of Compromise (IOCs) are forensic artifacts that are used as signs that a system has been compromised by an attack or that it has been infected with a particular malicious software. In this paper we propose for the first time an automated technique to extract and validate IOCs for web applications, by analyzing the information collected by a high-interaction honeypot. Our approach has several advantages compared with traditional techniques used to detect malicious websites. First of all, not all the compromised web pages are malicious or harmful for the user. Some may be defaced to advertise product or services, and some may be part of affiliate programs to redirect users toward (more or less legitimate) online shopping websites. In any case, it is important to detect these pages to inform their owners and to alert the users on the fact that the content of the page has been compromised and cannot be trusted. Also in the case of more traditional drive-by-download pages, the use of IOCs allows for a prompt detection and correlation of infected pages, even before they may be blocked by more traditional URLs blacklists. Our experiments show that our system is able to automatically generate web indicators of compromise that have been used by attackers for several months (and sometimes years) in the wild without being detected. So far, these apparently harmless scripts were able to stay under the radar of the existing detection methodologies -- despite being hosted for a long time on public web sites.

"A Security Evaluation of AIS, Automated Identification System"
Marco Balduzzi, Alessandro Pasta, Kyle Wilhoit
The 30th Annual Computer Security Applications Conference
ACSAC 2014, New Orleans, Louisiana, USA, December 8-12 2014

[ abstract, pdf, bib, slides, sourcecode ] AIS, Automatic Identification System, is an application of cyber-physical systems (CPS) to smart transportation at sea. Being primarily used for collision avoidance and traffic monitoring by ship captains and maritime authorities, AIS is a mandatory installation for over 300,000 vessels worldwide since 2002. Other promoted benefits are accident investigation, aids to navigation and search and rescue (SAR) operations. In this paper, we present a unique security evaluation of AIS, by introducing threats affecting both the implementation in online providers and the protocol specification. Using a novel software-based AIS transmitter that we designed, we show that our findings affect all transponders deployed globally on vessels and other maritime stations like lighthouses, buoys, AIS gateways, vessel traffic services and aircraft involved in SAR operations. Our concerns have been acknowledged by online providers and inter- national standards organizations, and we are currently and actively working together to improve the overall security.

"Soundsquatting: Uncovering the use of homophones in domain squatting" (Best Paper Award)
Nick Nikiforakis, Marco Balduzzi, Lieven Desmet, Frank Piessens, Wouter Joosen
The 17th Information Security Conference
ISC 2014, Hong Kong, October 12-14 2014

[ abstract, pdf, bib, slides ] In this paper we present soundsquatting, a previously unreported type of domain squatting which we uncovered during analysis of cybersquatting domains. In soundsquatting, an attacker takes advantage of homophones, i.e., words that sound alike, and registers homophone-including variants of popular domain names. We explain why soundsquatting is different from existing domain-squatting attacks, and describe a tool for the automatic generation of soundsquatting domains. Using our tool, we discover that attackers are already aware of the principles of soundsquatting and are monetizing them in various unethical and illegal ways. In addition, we register our own soundsquatting domains and study the population of users who reach our monitors, recording a monthly average of more than 1,700 non-bot page requests. Lastly, we show how sound-dependent users are particularly vulnerable to soundsquatting through the abuse of text-to-speech software.

"Automated Measurements of Novel Internet Threats [Paperback]"
Dr. Marco Balduzzi
LAP LAMBERT Academic Publishing, ISBN 978-3-659-41582-1, 120 pages, July 20 2013
[ description, book, bib, cover ] In the last twenty years, the Internet has grown from a simple, small network to a complex, large-scale system. While it was originally used to offer static content that was organized around simple websites, today, it provides both content and services (e.g. chat, e-mail, web) as well as the outsourcing of computation and applications (e.g. cloud computing). Attackers are not indifferent to this evolution. Often driven by a flourishing underground economy, attackers are constantly looking for vulnerabilities, misconfigurations and novel techniques to access protected and authorized systems, to steal private information, or to deliver malicious content. In this thesis, we advance the state of the art in large scale testing and measurement of Internet threats. We research into three novel classes of security problems that affect Internet systems that experienced a fast surge in popularity (i.e., ClickJacking, HTTP Parameter Pollution, and commercial cloud computing services that allow the outsourcing of server infrastructures). We introduce the first, large scale attempt to estimate the prevalence and relevance of these problems on the Internet.

"Targeted Attacks Detection With SPuNge"
Marco Balduzzi, Vincenzo Ciangaglini, Robert McArdle
The 11th Annual Conference on Privacy, Security and Trust
PST 2013, Tarragona, Catalonia, July 10-12 2013

[ abstract, pdf, bib ] Over the past several years there has been a noticeable rise in the number of reported targeted attacks, which are also commonly referred to as advanced persistent threats (APTs). This is seen by security experts as a landscape shift from a world dominated by widespread malware that infect indiscriminately, to a more selectively targeted approach with higher gain. One thing that is clear about targeted attacks is that they are difficult to detect, and not much research has been conducted so far in detecting these attacks. In this paper, we propose a novel system called SPuNge that processes threat information collected on the users' side to detect potential targeted attacks for further investigation. We use a combination of clustering and correlation techniques to identify groups of machines that share a similar behavior with respect to the malicious resources they access and the industry in which they operate (e.g., oil & gas). We evaluated our system against real data collected by an antivirus vendor from over 20 million customers installations worldwide. Our results show that our approach works well in practice and is helpful in assisting security analysts in cybercrime investigations.

"The Role of Phone Numbers in Understanding Cyber-Crime Schemes"
Andrei Costin, Jelena Isacenkova, Marco Balduzzi, Aurélien Francillon, Davide Balzarotti
The 11th Annual Conference on Privacy, Security and Trust
PST 2013, Tarragona, Catalonia, July 10-12 2013

[ abstract, pdf, bib ] Internet and telephones are part of everyone’s modern life. Unfortunately, several criminal activities also rely on these technologies to reach their victims. While the use and importance of the Internet has been largely studied, previous work overlooked the role that phone numbers can play in understanding online threats. In this work we aim at determining if leveraging phone numbers analysis can improve our understanding of the un- derground markets, illegal computer activities, or cyber-crime in general. This knowledge could then be adopted by several defensive mechanisms, including blacklists or advanced spam heuristics. Our results show that, in scam activities, phone numbers remain often more stable over time than email addresses. Using a combination of graph analysis and geographical Home Location Register (HLR) lookups, we identify recurrent cyber-criminal business models and link together scam communities that spread over different countries.

"The role of phone numbers in understanding cyber-crime (technical report)"
Andrei Costin, Jelena Isacenkova, Marco Balduzzi, Aurélien Francillon, Davide Balzarotti
EURECOM Research Report RR-13-277, February 2013
[ abstract, pdf, bib ] Internet and telephones are part of everyone's modern life. Unfortunately, also several criminal activities rely on these technologies to reach their victims. While the use and importance of the network has been largely studied, previous work overlooked the role that phone numbers can play into understanding online threats. In this work we aim at determining if leveraging phone numbers analysis can improve our understanding of the underground markets, illegal computer activities, or cyber-crime in general. This knowledge could then be adopted by several defensive mechanisms, including blacklists or advanced spam heuristics. In our study we collected phone numbers from various public or private sources and we designed a framework for mining, analyzing, enriching and, finally, correlating phone numbers to malicious activities. Our results show that, in scam activities, phones numbers remain often more stable over time than email addresses. Finally, using a combination of graph analysis and geographical HLR lookup, we were able to identify recurrent cyber-criminal business models and to link together scam communities that spread over different countries.

"Web Application Security, Dagstuhl Seminar 12401 (conference report)"
Lieven Desmet, Martin Johns, Benjamin Livshits, Andrei Sabelfeld
Schloss Dagstuhl, 30/09/12 - 05/10/12
[ abstract, pdf, bib ] This report documents the program and the outcomes of Dagstuhl Seminar 12401 ``Web Application Security''. The seminar brought 44 web security researchers together, coming from companies and research institutions across Europe and the US. The seminar had a well-filled program, with 3 keynotes, 28 research talks, and 15 5-minute talks. As web application security is a broad research domain, a diverse set of recent research results was presented during the talks, covering the web security vulnerability landscape, information-flow control, JavaScript formalization, JavaScript confinement, and infrastructure and server hardening. In addition to the plenary program, the seminar also featured three parallel break-out sessions on Cross-Site Scripting (XSS), JavaScript and Information-flow control.

"A Security Analysis of Amazon's Elastic Compute Cloud Service"
Marco Balduzzi, Jonas Zaddach, Davide Balzarotti, Engin Kirda, Sergio Loureiro
The 11th Edition of the Computer Security track at the 27th ACM Symposium on Applied Computing
SEC@SAC 2012, Trento, Italy, March 26-30 2012

[ abstract, pdf, bib, press (forbes slashdot) ] File hosting services (FHSs) are used daily by thousands of people as a way of storing and sharing files. These services normally rely on a security-through-obscurity approach to enforce access control: For each uploaded file, the user is given a secret URI that she can share with other users of her choice. In this paper, we present a study of 100 file hosting services and we show that a significant percentage of them generate secret URIs in a predictable fashion, allowing attackers to enumerate their services and access their file list. Our experiments demonstrate how an attacker can access hundreds of thousands of files in a short period of time, and how this poses a very big risk for the privacy of FHS users. Using a novel approach, we also demonstrate that attackers are aware of these vulnerabilities and are already exploiting them to get access to other users' files. Finally we present SecureFS, a client-side protection mechanism which can protect a user's files when uploaded to insecure FHSs, even if the files end up in the possession of attackers.

"Automated Discovery of Parameter Pollution Vulnerabilities in Web Applications" (Best Paper Award)
Marco Balduzzi, Carmen Torrano Gimenez, Davide Balzarotti, Engin Kirda
The 18th Annual Network and Distributed System Security Symposium
NDSS 2011, San Diego, US, February 6-9 2011

[ abstract, pdf, bib, code ] In the last twenty years, web applications have grown from simple, static pages to complex, full-fledged dynamic applications. Typically, these applications are built using heterogeneous technologies and consist of code that runs both on the client and on the server. Even simple web applications today may accept and process hundreds of different HTTP parameters to be able to provide users with interactive services. While injection vulnerabilities such as SQL injection and cross-site scripting are well-known and have been intensively studied by the research community, a new class of injection vulnerabilities called HTTP Parameter Pollution (HPP) has not received as much attention. If a web application does not properly sanitize the user input for parameter delimiters, exploiting an HPP vulnerability, an attacker can compromise the logic of the application to perform either client-side or server-side attacks. In this paper, we present the first automated approach for the discovery of HTTP Parameter Pollution vulnerabilities in web applications. Using our prototype implementation called PAPAS (PArameter Pollution Analysis System), we conducted a large-scale analysis of more than 5,000 popular websites. Our experimental results show that about 30% of the websites that we analyzed contain vulnerable parameters and that 46.8% of the vulnerabilities we discovered (i.e., 14% of the total websites) can be exploited via HPP attacks. The fact that PAPAS was able to find vulnerabilities in many high-profile, well-known websites suggests that many developers are not aware of the HPP problem. We informed a number of major websites about the vulnerabilities we identified, and our findings were confirmed.

"EXPOSURE: Finding Malicious Domains Using Passive DNS Analysis"
Leyla Bilge, Engin Kirda, Christopher Kruegel, Marco Balduzzi
The 18th Annual Network and Distributed System Security Symposium
NDSS 2011, San Diego, US, February 6-9 2011

[ abstract, pdf, bib, slides ] The domain name service (DNS) plays an important role in the operation of the Internet, providing a two-way mapping between domain names and their numerical identifiers. Given its fundamental role, it is not surprising that a wide variety of malicious activities involve the domain name service in one way or another. For example, bots resolve DNS names to locate their command and control servers, and spam mails contain URLs that link to domains that resolve to scam servers. Thus, it seems beneficial to monitor the use of the DNS system for signs that indicate that a certain name is used as part of a malicious operation. In this paper, we introduce EXPOSURE, a system that employs large-scale, passive DNS analysis techniques to detect domains that are involved in malicious activity. We use 15 features that we extract from the DNS traffic that allow us to characterize different properties of DNS names and the ways that they are queried. Our experiments with a large, real-world data set consisting of 100 billion DNS requests, and a real-life deployment for two weeks in an ISP show that our approach is scalable and that we are able to automatically identify unknown malicious domains that are misused in a variety of malicious activity (such as for botnet command and control, spamming, and phishing).

"A Summary of Two Practical Attacks against Social Networks (invited paper)"
Leyla Bilge, Marco Balduzzi, Davide Balzarotti, Engin Kirda
The 21st Tyrrhenian Workshop on Digital Communications: Trustworthy Internet
Island of Ponza, Italy, September 6-8 2010

[ abstract, bib ] Social networking sites have been increasingly gaining popularity, and they have already changed the communication habits of hundred of millions of users. Unfortunately, this new technology can easily be misused to collect private information and violate the users’ privacy. In this chapter, we summarize two practical attacks we have presented in the past: an impersonation attack in which we automatically clone a user profile, and an attack that abuses the information provided by social networks to automatically correlate information extracted from different social networks. Our results show that these attacks are very successful in practice and that they can significantly impact the users’ privacy. Therefore, these attacks represent a first important step to raise awareness among users about the privacy and security risks involved in sharing information in one or more social networks.

"Abusing Social Networks for Automated User Profiling"
Marco Balduzzi, Christian Platzer, Thorsten Holz, Engin Kirda, Davide Balzarotti and Christopher Kruegel
The 13th International Symposium on Recent Advances in Intrusion Detection
RAID 2010, Ottowa, Canada, September 15-17 2010

[ abstract, pdf, bib, slideshare ] Recently, social networks such as Facebook have experienced a huge surge in popularity. The amount of personal information stored on these sites calls for appropriate security precautions to protect this data. In this paper, we describe how we are able to take advantage of a common weakness, namely the fact that an attacker can query popular social networks for registered e-mail addresses on a large scale. Starting with a list of about 10.4 million email addresses, we were able to automatically identify more than 1.2 million user profiles associated with these addresses. By automatically crawling and correlating these profiles, we collect detailed personal information about each user, which we use for automated profiling (i.e., to enrich the information available from each user). Having access to such information would allow an attacker to launch sophisticated, targeted attacks, or to improve the efficiency of spam campaigns. We have contacted the most popular providers, who acknowledged the threat and are currently implementing our proposed countermeasures. Facebook and XING, in particular, have recently fixed the problem.

"Security by virtualization: A novel antivirus for personal computers [Paperback]"
Marco Balduzzi
VDM Verlag Dr. Müller e.K., ISBN 978-3-639-25624-6, Paperback, 104 pages, May 7 2010
[ description, book, bib, cover ] A sort of virtualization appeared four decades ago to perform multi-programming and simple time-sharing tasks inside a single mainframe. Virtualization became quickly the solution to limit cost and save money by server consolidation. Nowadays virtualization is a "hot topic" and it is habitually adopted in develop environments for testing and debugging purposes. This book presents a novel paradigm to secure personal computers. Virtualization is used to isolate the user system within a so-called security shell where multiple security services are configured to ensure the tamper resistance of the user's environment. While conventional personal antivirus can be switched off, manipulated, or avoided by sophisticated malignant codes and technically experienced users, this antivirus enforces a continuous protection of the user's environment from the security shell. The accesses to the file-system are real-time scanned and mobile/encrypted network connections are inspected. The whole system is finally protected by an encryption layer that inconspicuously encrypts the user system.

"Take a Deep Breath: a Stealthy, Resilient and Cost-Effective Botnet Using Skype"
Antonio Nappa, Aristide Fattori, Marco Balduzzi, Matteo Dell'Amico and Lorenzo Cavallaro
The 7th Conference on Detection of Intrusions and Malware & Vulnerability Assessment
DIMVA 2010, Bonn, Germany, July 8-9 2010

[ abstract, pdf, bib, slides ] Skype is one of the most used P2P applications on the Internet: VoIP calls, instant messaging, SMS and other features are provided at a low cost to millions of users. Although Skype is a closed source application, an API allows developers to build custom plugins which interact over the Skype network, taking advantage of its reliability and capability to easily bypass firewalls and NAT devices. Since the protocol is completely undocumented, Skype traffic is particularly hard to analyze and to reverse engineer. We propose a novel botnet model that exploits an overlay network such as Skype to build a parasitic overlay, making it extremely difficult to track the botmaster and disrupt the botnet without damaging legitimate Skype users. While Skype is particularly valid for this purpose due to its abundance of features and its widespread installed base, our model is generically applicable to distributed applications that employ overlay networks to send direct messages between nodes (e.g., peer-to-peer software with messaging capabilities). We are convinced that similar botnet models are likely to appear into the wild in the near future and that the threats they pose should not be underestimated. Our contribution strives to provide the tools to correctly evaluate and understand the possible evolution and deployment of this phenomenon.

"A Solution for the Automated Detection of Clickjacking Attacks"
Marco Balduzzi, Manuel Egele, Engin Kirda, Davide Balzarotti, Christopher Kruegel
The 5th ACM Symposium on Information, Computer and Communications Security
AsiaCCS 2010, Beijing, China, April 13-16 2010

[ abstract, pdf, bib ] Clickjacking is a web-based attack that has recently received a wide media coverage. In a clickjacking attack, a malicious page is constructed such that it tricks victims into clicking on an element of a different page that is only barely (or not at all) visible. By stealing the victim's clicks, an attacker could force the user to perform an unintended action that is advantageous for the attacker (e.g., initiate an online money transaction). Although clickjacking has been the subject of many discussions and alarming reports, it is currently unclear to what extent clickjacking is being used by attackers in the wild, and how significant the attack is for the security of Internet users. In this paper, we propose a novel solution for the automated and efficient detection of clickjacking attacks. We describe the system that we designed, implemented and deployed to analyze over a million unique web pages. The experiments show that our approach is feasible in practice. Also, the empirical study that we conducted on a large number of popular websites suggests that clickjacking has not yet been largely adopted by attackers on the Internet.

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The 18th Annual Network and Distributed System Security Symposium
NDSS 2011, San Diego, US, February 6-9 2011

[ abstract, pdf, bib, code ] In the last twenty years, web applications have grown from simple, Trend Micro Maximum Security 2017 11.0 crack serial keygen, static pages to complex, full-fledged dynamic applications. Typically, these applications are built using heterogeneous technologies and consist of code that runs both on the client and on the server. Even simple web applications today may accept and process hundreds of different HTTP parameters to be able to provide users with interactive services. While injection vulnerabilities such as SQL injection and cross-site scripting are well-known and have been intensively studied by the research community, a new class of injection vulnerabilities called HTTP Parameter Pollution (HPP) has not received as much attention. If a web application does not properly sanitize the user input for parameter delimiters, exploiting an HPP vulnerability, an attacker can compromise the logic of the application to perform either client-side or server-side attacks. In this paper, we present the first automated approach for the discovery of HTTP Parameter Pollution vulnerabilities in web applications. Using our prototype implementation called PAPAS (PArameter Pollution Analysis System), we conducted a large-scale analysis of more than 5,000 popular websites. Our experimental results show that about 30% of the websites that we analyzed contain vulnerable parameters and that 46.8% of the vulnerabilities we discovered Bandicut 3.5.0 serial keygen Archives (i.e., 14% of the total websites) can be exploited via HPP attacks. The fact that PAPAS was able to find vulnerabilities in many high-profile, well-known websites suggests that many developers are not aware of the HPP problem, Trend Micro Maximum Security 2017 11.0 crack serial keygen. We informed a number of major websites about the vulnerabilities we identified, and our findings were confirmed.

"EXPOSURE: Finding Malicious Domains Using Passive DNS Analysis"
Leyla Bilge, Engin Kirda, Christopher Kruegel, Marco Balduzzi
The 18th Annual Network and Distributed System Security Symposium
NDSS 2011, San Diego, US, February 6-9 2011

[ abstract, pdf, bib, slides ] The domain name service (DNS) plays an important role Navicat Premium 15.0.18 Crack Archives in the operation of the Internet, providing a two-way mapping between domain names and their numerical identifiers. Given its fundamental role, it is not surprising that a wide variety of malicious activities involve the domain name service in one way or another. For example, bots resolve DNS names to locate their command and control servers, and spam mails contain URLs that link to domains that resolve to scam servers. Thus, it seems beneficial to monitor the use of the DNS system for signs that indicate that a certain name is used as part of a malicious operation. In this paper, we introduce EXPOSURE, a system that employs large-scale, passive DNS analysis techniques to detect domains that are involved in malicious activity. We use 15 features that we extract from the DNS traffic that allow us to characterize different properties of DNS names and the ways that they are queried. Our experiments with a large, real-world data set consisting of 100 billion DNS requests, and a real-life deployment for two weeks in an ISP show that our approach is scalable and that we are able to automatically identify unknown malicious domains that are misused in a variety of malicious activity (such as for botnet command and control, spamming, and phishing).

"A Summary of Two Practical Attacks against Social Networks (invited paper)"
Leyla Bilge, Marco Balduzzi, Trend Micro Maximum Security 2017 11.0 crack serial keygen, Davide Balzarotti, Engin Kirda
The 21st Tyrrhenian Workshop on Digital Communications: Trustworthy Internet
Island of Ponza, Italy, September 6-8 2010

[ abstract, bib ] Social networking sites have been increasingly gaining popularity, and they have already changed the communication habits of hundred of millions of users. Unfortunately, this new technology can easily be misused to collect private information and violate the users’ privacy. In this chapter, we summarize two practical attacks we have presented in the past: an impersonation attack in which we automatically clone a user profile, and an attack that abuses the information provided by social networks to automatically correlate information extracted from different social networks. Our results show that these attacks are very successful in practice and that they can significantly impact the users’ privacy. Therefore, these attacks represent a first important step to raise awareness among users about the privacy and security risks involved in sharing information in one or more social networks. Trend Micro Maximum Security 2017 11.0 crack serial keygen

"Abusing Social Networks for Automated User Profiling"
Marco Balduzzi, Christian Platzer, Thorsten Holz, Engin Kirda, Davide Balzarotti and Christopher Kruegel
The 13th International Symposium on Recent Advances in Intrusion Detection
RAID 2010, Ottowa, Canada, September 15-17 2010

[ abstract, pdf, bib, slideshare ] TeraByte Drive Image Backup & Restore Serial Key 3.36 [New] Recently, social networks such as Facebook have experienced a huge surge in popularity. The amount of personal information stored on these sites calls for appropriate security precautions to protect this data. In this paper, we describe how we are able to take advantage of a common weakness, namely the fact that an attacker can query popular social networks PowerISO 8.0 Crack With Serial Key Free Download [Latest] registered e-mail addresses on a large scale. Starting with a list of about 10.4 million email addresses, we were able to automatically identify more than 1.2 million user profiles associated with these addresses. By automatically crawling and correlating these profiles, we collect detailed personal information about each user, which we use for automated profiling (i.e., to enrich the information available from each user). Having access to such information would allow an attacker to launch sophisticated, targeted attacks, or to improve the efficiency of spam campaigns. We have contacted the most popular providers, who acknowledged the threat and are currently implementing our proposed countermeasures. Facebook and XING, in particular, have recently fixed the problem.

"Security by virtualization: A novel antivirus for personal computers [Paperback]"
Marco Balduzzi
VDM Verlag Dr. Müller e.K., ISBN 978-3-639-25624-6, Trend Micro Maximum Security 2017 11.0 crack serial keygen, Paperback, 104 pages, May 7 2010
[ description, book, bib, cover ] A sort of virtualization appeared four decades ago to perform multi-programming and simple time-sharing tasks inside a single mainframe. Virtualization became quickly the solution to limit cost and save money by server consolidation. Nowadays virtualization is a "hot topic" and it is habitually adopted in develop Trend Micro Maximum Security 2017 11.0 crack serial keygen environments for testing and debugging purposes. This book presents a novel paradigm to secure personal computers. Virtualization is used to isolate the user system within a so-called security shell where multiple security services are configured to ensure the tamper resistance of the user's environment. While conventional personal antivirus can be switched off, manipulated, or avoided by sophisticated malignant codes and technically experienced users, this antivirus enforces a continuous protection of the user's environment from the security shell. The accesses to the file-system are real-time scanned and mobile/encrypted network connections are inspected. The whole system is finally protected Trend Micro Maximum Security 2017 11.0 crack serial keygen by an encryption layer that inconspicuously encrypts the user system.

"Take a Deep Breath: a Stealthy, Resilient and Cost-Effective Botnet Using Skype"
Antonio Nappa, Aristide Fattori, Marco Balduzzi, Matteo Dell'Amico and Lorenzo Cavallaro
The 7th Conference on Detection of Intrusions and Malware & Vulnerability Assessment
DIMVA 2010, Bonn, Trend Micro Maximum Security 2017 11.0 crack serial keygen, July 8-9 2010

[ abstract, pdf, bib, slides ] Skype is one of the most used P2P applications on the Internet: VoIP calls, instant messaging, SMS and other features are provided at a low cost to millions of users. Although Skype is a closed source application, an API allows developers to build custom plugins which interact over the Skype network, taking advantage of its reliability and capability to easily bypass firewalls and NAT devices. Since the protocol is completely undocumented, Skype traffic is particularly hard to analyze and to reverse engineer. Trend Micro Maximum Security 2017 11.0 crack serial keygen We propose a novel botnet model that exploits an overlay network Trend Micro Maximum Security 2017 11.0 crack serial keygen such as Skype to build a parasitic overlay, making it extremely difficult to track the botmaster and disrupt the botnet without damaging legitimate Skype users. While Skype is particularly valid for this purpose due to its abundance of features and its widespread installed base, our model is generically applicable to distributed applications that employ overlay networks to send direct messages between nodes (e.g., peer-to-peer software with messaging capabilities). We are convinced that similar botnet models are likely to appear into the wild in the near future and that the threats they pose should not be underestimated. Our contribution strives to provide the tools to correctly evaluate and understand the possible evolution and deployment of this phenomenon.

"A Solution for the Automated Detection of Clickjacking Attacks"
Marco Balduzzi, Manuel Egele, Engin Kirda, Davide Balzarotti, Christopher Kruegel
The 5th ACM Symposium on Information, Computer and Communications Security
AsiaCCS 2010, Beijing, China, April 13-16 2010

[ abstract, pdf, bib ] Clickjacking is a web-based attack that has recently received a wide media coverage. In a clickjacking attack, a malicious page is constructed such that it tricks victims into clicking on an element of a different page that is only barely (or not at all) visible. By stealing the victim's clicks, an attacker could force the user to perform an unintended action that is advantageous for the attacker (e.g., initiate an online money transaction). Although clickjacking has been the subject of many discussions and alarming reports, it is currently unclear to what extent clickjacking is being used by attackers in the wild, and how significant the attack is for the security of Internet users. In this paper, we propose a novel solution for the automated and efficient detection of clickjacking attacks. We describe the system that we designed, implemented and deployed to analyze over a million unique web pages. The experiments show that our approach is feasible in practice. Also, the empirical study that we conducted on a large number of popular websites suggests that clickjacking has not yet been largely adopted by attackers on the Internet.

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