Cooking channels - is a set of two python scripts (CGI and client) allowing to
build a communication channel over HTTP cookies.
The paper How to cook a covert channel
originally released in the hakin9 magazine describes step by step how to implement
a few covert channel concepts over HTTP cookies :
o Control communication channel
o As stealth as possible (don't care about latency or bandwith)
o Backdoor oriented
The paper finally describes a funny second level caching method allowing to use HTTP
proxy servers as intermediaries to build a communication channel thus having
a way to communicate with a third party without having to reach the remote server
for each data packet.
Current version: 1.1;
Download | md5sum: 2ea1c6a47486e123439a40c3ca64484a
Index of projects
CCTDE - is a first implementation of the Gray-World.net Covert
Channel and Tunneling over the HTTP protocol Detection : GW implementation
theoretical design' paper.