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Liang Chen and Marco Grassi demonstrated iOS 11.3.1 jailbreak at InfiltrateCon 2018.



About Keen Team

Keen Security lab is established in 2016 and transformed from famous Keen Team. The team attends on advanced security research such as PC / mobile operating systems, applications, cloud computing, IOT smart devices etc. As well Keen Security Lab widely focuses on Tencent products and technologies.


Liang Chen - Co-founder


Marco Grassi-Senior Security-Researcher


James Fang-Senior Security -Researcher


Wu Shi-Senior Security-Researcher


Sen Nie -Security Researcher


Qidan He (Edward Flanker)-Security Researcher


Di Shen-Security Researcher


Yubin-Fu-Security Researcher


Skills:

  • Win the Virtual Machines Escapes (Guest-to-Host) category with a VMWare Workstation exploit at Pwn2Own 2017.
  • Master of Pwn title in Pwn2Own 2016
  • Led the team united with Tencent PC Manager team to win the Master of Pwn title in Pwn2Own 2016
  • OS X category in Pwn2Own 2014.
  • Winner for iOS category in Mobile Pwn2Own 2013.
  • Lifetime Achievement Award nomination to Wushi for his 10-year continuous contribution to worldwide security research community.
  • 2 Best Privilege Escalation Award nominations for achievements on Windows TTF and Ping Pong Root.

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Projects done:

iOS Exploit - Keen team attended on iOS 11 Jailbreak & iOS 10.3.2 Jailbreak.

The keen team successfully exploited vulnerabilities in iOS 11 beta 2 running on iPhone 7. Apple improves the kernel security in iOS more than its previous releases. The keen team focused our research about iOS vulnerability, mechanism and exploitation mitigations since a long time. As a result of that, overcome the iOS 11 jailbreak. Further, Keen Lab accomplishes iOS 10.3.2 jailbreak using iPhone 6 and iPhone 7. Next challenge exploits the iOS 10.3.X version.


Car Hacking Research - Hack Tesla Model S with Remote Attack

Tesla Motors is considered to be one of the most comprehensive cyber-security automakers in the world. Last couple of months Keen team inspections about the Tesla car and identified various security vulnerabilities and successfully implemented both physical connections or the Parking and Driving Mode of the Tesla Model S. Proud to say that we used an unmodified car with the latest firmware to demonstrate the attack.


Complete OSX Privilege Escalation

Keen Lab use the Blitzard kernel error to avoid the Safari renderer sandbox, existing in the blit operation of graphics pipeline for pwn2own. We used own Exploitation method with The IGVector add function, add Drivers function and mainly with kalloc.48 and kalloc.4096.


Rooting Every Android From Extension To Exploitation

Keen Lab focused on kernel exploit mitigations appeared on Android for the recent 2 years. Discovered implementation of mitigations/ bypassing techniques/Android WEXT attack surface analysis & details of three rooting exploits once affected most Android devices.


Pwn of Microsoft Edge

Pwn of Microsoft Edge comprises both Browser Remote Code Execution and browser sandbox bypass. Browser RCE succeed by exploiting a Java script vulnerability. Browser sandbox avoid by logical sandbox escape or Escalation of Privilege through kernel vulnerabilities. Used loops are D3DKMT Present with overflowing fields set in the buffer, D3DKMT Present with overflowing fields set in the buffer from multiple threads and BitBlt from another multiple threads.


WindowServer
The privilege chameleon on macOS

Consisting history of windowserver, basic concepts, architecture, CVE-2014-1314 design flaw and details of the pwnie nomination bug: CVE-2016-1804, which we used to inscribe the latest OS X El Capitan remotely with a browser exploit and improve to root access. Resolves several issues discovered by Part 1 still existing in Window Server. Finally Exploited CVE-2016-1804 with full remote root by chaining with Safari exploit. Exploited both userland graphics and kernel graphics.


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