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-LUCY allows you to create file that can be stored on removable media devices (CD, USB, DVD, SD Card etc.). The most popular is an attack using USB sticks. But keep in mind that this template works for all other variations of removable media types as well.+LUCY allows you to create files that can be stored on removable media devices (CD, USB, DVD, SD Cardetc.). The most popular is an attack using USB sticks. But keep in mind that this template works for all other variations of removable media types as well.
  
 ===== Background Info about Portable Media Attacks===== ===== Background Info about Portable Media Attacks=====
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 **BadUSB – Turning devices evil**: Once reprogrammed, benign devices can turn malicious in many ways, including: **BadUSB – Turning devices evil**: Once reprogrammed, benign devices can turn malicious in many ways, including:
-  * 1.A device can emulate a keyboard and issue commands on behalf of the logged-in user, for example to exfiltrate files or install malware. Such malware, in turn, can infect the controller chips of other USB devices connected to the computer. +  * 1. A device can emulate a keyboard and issue commands on behalf of the logged-in user, for exampleto exfiltrate files or install malware. Such malware, in turn, can infect the controller chips of other USB devices connected to the computer. 
-  * 2.The device can also spoof a network card and change the computer’s DNS setting to redirect traffic. +  * 2. The device can also spoof a network card and change the computer’s DNS setting to redirect traffic. 
-  * 3.A modified thumb drive or external hard disk can – when it detects that the computer is starting up – boot a small virus, which infects the computer’s operating system prior to boot.+  * 3. A modified thumb drive or external hard disk can – when it detects that the computer is starting up – boot a small virus, which infects the computer’s operating system prior to boot.
  
  
 ===== Our Portable Media Attack Approach ===== ===== Our Portable Media Attack Approach =====
  
-With LUCY we provide a template for the "Simple file copy method". As mentioned before this infection method requires that the victim manually execute the malicious file from their computer to become infected. So you have to lure a victim into launching the file and causing malicious code to be executed (e.g. just copy the file with an interesting file name on an USB stick and place them in spots where they will be picked up by other users).+With LUCY we provide a template for the "Simple file copy method". As mentioned before this infection method requires that the victim manually execute the malicious file from their computer to become infected. So you have to lure a victim into launching the file and causing malicious code to be executed (e.g. just copy the file with an interesting file name on USB stick and place them in spots where they will be picked up by other users).
  
  
 ===== Setup ===== ===== Setup =====
  
-In order to create an Portable Media Attack scenario go through the following steps:+In order to create Portable Media Attack scenario go through the following steps:
  
-  Start new campaign and add a scenario called "Portable Media Attack" . If you don't have this scenario among your templates then please download it using the "download" button in the template section.+**STEP 1 - Create New Campaign:** After the login, you can create your first Phishing Campaign by pressing the button “New Campaign”. Then choose the Attack Simulation campaign type.
  
-{{ portablemedia1.png?600 }}+{{:file-1.png|}}
  
-  Give the scenario a name and pick a domain or IP address (this is the domain or IP which is used upon executionthe malware simulation will send the data back to this host)+**STEP 2 - Choose Attack Type:** In order to configure the campaign choose **Portable Media Attacks**.
  
-{{ portablemedia2.png?600 }}+{{::pma_wizard.png|}}
  
 +**STEP 3 - Select or Create a Client:** Create a client or choose the built-in client (a client can be your own organization or the company that asked you to perform a phishing test). This is important because you can also create view only accounts that are associated with those clients.
  
-  * Next configure the File template. This template defines what malware simulation should be running upon execution of the file on the Portable Media Device. Make sure you have the latest malware simulations installed in LUCY. You can download the malware simulations using the "download" button in the template section.+{{:file-4.png|}}
  
 +**STEP 4 - Select your Attack Template:** Select the scenario called **Portable Media Attack**. If you don't have this scenario among your templates then please download it using the "download" button in the **Settings** →  **Templates** → **Download Templates**.
  
-{{ portablemedia3.png?600 }}+{{:pma_scenario.png|}}
  
-  Now its time to create the USB recipients. Go to "recipients", create new group and make sure you select "Portable Media Attack". Then define how many USB sticks you plane to use.+**STEP 5 - Give the scenario name and pick a domain or IP address:**  This is the domain or IP which is used upon execution: the malware simulation will send the data back to this host.
  
-{{ portablemedia4.png?600 }}+{{::pma_settings.png|}}
  
 +**STEP 6 - Configure the File template:** This template defines what malware simulation should be running upon execution of the file on the Portable Media Device. Make sure you have the latest malware simulations installed in LUCY. You can download the malware simulations using the "download" button in the template section.
  
-  * In the last step you need to add the recipients to the campaign and go back into the base settings of your scenario and download the according malware simulations. Once you started the campaign LUCY will wait for incoming requests from executed files.+{{::pma_file_settings.png|}}
  
-{{ portablemedia5.png?600 }}+**STEP 7 - Configure Number of Portable Media Devices:** Choose the option **Enter Manually** and add a **Number of Portable Media Devices** to define how many USB sticks you plane to use.  
 + 
 +{{::pma_number_pmd.png|}} 
 + 
 +**STEP 8 - Download Files:** You're all set! Hit Start if you would like to start the campaign right away. You will be able to start the campaign any time later from the campaign summary page. 
 + 
 +{{::pma_download.png|}} 
 + 
 +Once you started the campaign LUCY will wait for incoming requests from executed files.
  
  
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 In order to for the USB stick to report back to LUCY the following requirements must be met: In order to for the USB stick to report back to LUCY the following requirements must be met:
  
-a) The file (exe) on the stick needs to be executed* +  * The file (exe) on the stick needs to be executed* 
-b) The computer where the file on the USB stick gets executed needs access to the internet +  The computer where the file on the USB stick gets executed needs access to the internet 
-c) LUCY must be reachable from the internet (with the IP or domain name configured in the USB campaign) +  LUCY must be reachable from the internet (with the IP or domain name configured in the USB campaign) 
-d) The campaign must be running+  The campaign must be running
  
-*You could also purchase USB sticks that will emulate an external hardware (like keyboard) and execute the file automatically when attached to a computer (http://hakshop.myshopify.com/products/usb-rubber-ducky-deluxe)  +*You could also purchase USB sticks that will emulate external hardware (like keyboard) and execute the file automatically when attached to a computer (https://shop.hak5.org/products/usb-rubber-ducky-deluxe)  
  
  
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   * Does it need admin rights to execute the files? No - to execute the malware simulations it does not need admin rights. The standard windows user rights will do.   * Does it need admin rights to execute the files? No - to execute the malware simulations it does not need admin rights. The standard windows user rights will do.
-  * Can I only place an executable on the USB? No - you can place any type of malware simulation on the USB (.exe, doc with Macro, archived format etc.)+  * Can I only place an executable on the USB? No - you can place any type of malware simulation on the USB (.exe, doc with Macro, archived formatetc.)
   * How can I get the users to execute the file? You could use simple social engineering techniques and just place some sticks in a public area, rename the executable to something like "decrypt_accounts.exe" (if you choose for example the malware simulation with the screenshot & webcam tool it will show you some fake decryption GUI upon execution)   * How can I get the users to execute the file? You could use simple social engineering techniques and just place some sticks in a public area, rename the executable to something like "decrypt_accounts.exe" (if you choose for example the malware simulation with the screenshot & webcam tool it will show you some fake decryption GUI upon execution)
-  * How do I know if users executed the files? The moment the files get executed and the user has internet access the data will be transferred back to LUCY using the build in browser. +  * How do I know if users executed the files? The moment the files get executed and the user has internet access the data will be transferred back to LUCY using the build-in browser. 
   * Will the tool get detected by an AV? No - this should not happen (please let us know if this occurs)   * Will the tool get detected by an AV? No - this should not happen (please let us know if this occurs)
-  * Will the tool be able to bypass USB filters or windows security settings (like UAC)? No - if you don't allow files from an USB drive to be executed this won't work. +  * Will the tool be able to bypass USB filters or windows security settings (like UAC)? No - if you don't allow files from USB drive to be executed this won't work. 
  
  
 ===== Create an Attack with CD & DVD's ===== ===== Create an Attack with CD & DVD's =====
  
-LUCY > 3.1 offers the administrator to create also .ISO images which can be used to burn a CD or DVD. Most CD-ROM burning applications recognize this type of image file. Once the ISO file is burned as an image, then the new CD/DVD is a clone of the original and bootable.+LUCY > 3.1 offers the administrator to create also ISO images which can be used to burn a CD or DVD. Most CD-ROM burning applications recognize this type of image file. Once the ISO file is burned as an image, then the new CD/DVD is a clone of the original and bootable.
  
-To create an attack with .ISO image you first need to create the according group within the recipient (make sure you enable the checkbox "portable media attack"):+To create an attack with ISO image you first need to create them according to a group within the recipient (make sure you enable the checkbox "portable media attack"):
  
 {{ portablemedia6.png?600 }} {{ portablemedia6.png?600 }}
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 Next, after you selected a template like the Portable Media Attack scenario, you need to make sure that within the scenario settings you enable the checkbox "generate ISO images": Next, after you selected a template like the Portable Media Attack scenario, you need to make sure that within the scenario settings you enable the checkbox "generate ISO images":
  
-{{ portablemedia7.png?600 }}+{{::iso_images.png|}}
  
 After configuring the remaining scenario settings you can add the recipient group which you created for the portable media attack to your scenario. You should see a screen similar to the following example: After configuring the remaining scenario settings you can add the recipient group which you created for the portable media attack to your scenario. You should see a screen similar to the following example:
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 **Windows 8/8.1/10** **Windows 8/8.1/10**
-  Download the ISO CD image to a folder on your computer. +  Download the ISO CD image to a folder on your computer. 
-  Open the folder where you have saved the ISO file. +  Open the folder where you have saved the ISO file. 
-  Right click on the .iso file. +  Right-click on the .iso file. 
-  From the menu select Burn disc image. +  From the menu select Burn disc image. 
-  The Windows Disc Image Burn will open. +  The Windows Disc Image Burn will open. 
-  Select the Disc burner. +  Select the Disc burner. 
-  Click on Burn.+  Click on Burn.
  
 **Windows 7/Vista**  **Windows 7/Vista** 
-  Download the ISO CD image to a folder on your computer. +  Download the ISO CD image to a folder on your computer. 
-  Insert a blank CD in your CD-RW drive. +  Insert a blank CD in your CD-RW drive. 
-  Navigate to the folder where you saved the file. +  Navigate to the folder where you saved the file. 
-  Click to highlight the file (Windows 7/Vista) and/or right-click on the file (Windows 7 only) to see the options for creating a disc.+  Click to highlight the file (Windows 7/Vista) and/or right-click on the file (Windows 7 only) to see the options for creating a disc.
    
 **MacOS  **  **MacOS  ** 
-  Download the file .ISO file to your Mac  +  Download the file .ISO file to your Mac  
-  Insert a blank disc. +  Insert a blank disc. 
-  From the Desktop, click on Utilities (or in some cases, Applications, and then Utilities). +  From the Desktop, click on Utilities (or in some cases, Applications, and then Utilities). 
-  Launch Disk Utility. +  Launch Disk Utility. 
-  From the File menu, choose Open Disk Image. +  From the File menu, choose Open Disk Image. 
-  Select the ISO image to be burned. +  Select the ISO image to be burned. 
-  In the list of volumes, you will now see an item representing the ISO file. Select it. +  In the list of volumes, you will now see an item representing the ISO file. Select it. 
-  Click the Burn icon. +  Click the Burn icon. 
-  A Select Image to Burn window will appear. +  A Select Image to Burn window will appear. 
-  Select the .iso file you want to burn to a CD/DVD. +  Select the .iso file you want to burn to a CD/DVD. 
-  Make sure you have a disc inserted in your drive and then click the Burn. +  Make sure you have a disc inserted in your drive and then click the Burn. 
-  A Disk Utility window will appear showing the recording progress. +  A Disk Utility window will appear showing the recording progress. 
-  Once the recording process has completed, Disk Utility will verify that the image was burned correctly.  +  Once the recording process has completed, Disk Utility will verify that the image was burned correctly.  
-  Click OK to eject the disc.+  Click OK to eject the disc. 
 + 
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