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Secure Browsing Environment. Robert Sorensen September 2012 GIAC (GSEC, GWAPT, GCPM, GCFW, GSNA, GCFA, GCIH, GCIA) CISSP. Current Threats Need for a SBE Development of SBE VM VirtualBox VM Linux wattOS Distro OpenDNS , ClamAV – goinotify script

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Robert Sorensen September 2012 GIAC (GSEC, GWAPT, GCPM, GCFW, GSNA, GCFA, GCIH, GCIA) CISSP

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Secure Browsing Environment

Secure Browsing

Environment

Robert Sorensen

September 2012

GIAC (GSEC, GWAPT, GCPM, GCFW, GSNA, GCFA, GCIH, GCIA) CISSP


Secure Browsing Environment

  • Current Threats

  • Need for a SBE

  • Development of SBE VM

    • VirtualBox VM

      • Linux wattOSDistro

    • OpenDNS, ClamAV – goinotify script

    • Snort In-Line/Oinkmaster/Swatch Alert Script

    • SBE Browser Security (Firefox/Chrome Add-ons)

  • Demo/Proof of Concept


Secure Browsing Environment

1.3 million malicious ads viewed daily

Source: http://go.trendmicro.com/itw/swf/threattracker


Secure Browsing Environment

Browser Infection Rate Per Drive-by Exploit

Application Targeted by

Drive-by Exploits


Secure Browsing Environment

“There is no such thing as the unstoppable attack in cybersecurity. Every attack, in order to succeed, needs to exploit a vulnerability.”

John Pescatore – VP at Gartner Inc.

Gartner Security & Risk Management Summit

“Cyberwar and APT: Hype and FUD”


Secure Browsing Environment


  • Every Week 57,000 Fake Web Addresses Try to Infect Users

    • Position and index on leading search engines.

    • Shnakule leading malware delivery network network(Drive-by downloads, fake AV/flash/warez, botnet/command and controls.)

      • On average, 2,000 unique host names per day – peak of more than 4,300/day.

    • Hackers use BHSEO (blackhat Search Engine Optimization) techniques. When users search for these names, a link to the malicious website will appear among the first results returned.

Secure Browsing Environment


Secure Browsing Environment

(Security in Depth)


Secure Browsing Environment


Secure Browsing Environment


Secure Browsing Environment


Secure Browsing Environment


Secure Browsing Environment


Secure Browsing Environment

‘Proof of Concept’


Secure Browsing Environment

Linux-based SBE VM:

  • Minimizes the Windows OS/Application threat vector.

  • Maximizes power of Open Source tools.

  • Demonstrates Security in Depth.

  • Paper in SANS Reading Room includes more information.

    http://securebrowsingenvironment.com


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