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Chris Vickery @VickerySec
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Step 1: Locate odd binary being served to the public internet.
Step 2: Get curious.
Step 3: Fire up a contained, temporary, virtual environment.
Step 4: Run the binary.
[result attached]

Step 5: Forever wonder of what could have been.
And of course they are also serving up a script that gives *ultimate* trust to expired keys. THIS IS NOT OK FOR A DOD CONTRACTOR TO HAVE BEEN DOING (among other things).
But, hey, while you're at it you might as well pipe some stuff straight into bash from the internet, right? #yolo I guess.
[yes, that's an actual SCL-hosted script pulling in the contents of another SCL-hosted file. I didn't make it up.]
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