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CptOfEvilMinions

CptOfEvilMinions

03/20/2020, 4:42 PM
To get the system proxy on macOS here a query:
SELECT subkey, value FROM plist WHERE path='/Library/Preferences/SystemConfiguration/preferences.plist' AND key='NetworkServices' AND subkey like '%HTTP%P%' AND value != '';
which will produce:
+---------------------------------------------------------+---------+
| subkey                                                  | value   |
+---------------------------------------------------------+---------+
| Proxies/HTTPPort                                        | 5555    |
| Proxies/HTTPSProxy                                      | 1.1.1.1 |
| Proxies/HTTPSPort                                       | 5555    |
| Proxies/HTTPProxy                                       | 1.1.1.1 |
+---------------------------------------------------------+---------+
query:
SELECT DISTINCT p.pid, x.name, x.cmdline, p.local_port FROM process_open_sockets as p JOIN plist as l ON p.local_port=l.value JOIN processes as x ON p.pid=x.pid WHERE l.path='/Library/Preferences/SystemConfiguration/preferences.plist' AND l.key='NetworkServices' AND l.subkey like '%HTTP%Port' AND l.value != '';
which will produce:
+-------+------+------------+------------+
| pid   | name | cmdline    | local_port |
+-------+------+------------+------------+
| 19821 | nc   | nc -l 5555 | 5555       |
+-------+------+------------+------------+
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seph

03/21/2020, 1:35 AM
I found working with
plist
to be a bit buggy. It drops some data in handling arrays-of-maps.
kolide_plist
may handle it better
1:38 AM
kolide_plist will let you losslessly retrieve the data, which means you can then run it through an EAV style pivot.