BloodHound is a hacking tool created by three employees of SpecterOps. It uses a branch of mathematics called graph theory to identify attack paths that help a hacker very quickly gain access to their desired objective, whether that's highly privileged access in a pharmaceutical company network, or access to a core banking platform at a large bank. Very often it's just as simple as "getting Domain Admin", which means the attacker has complete control of the enterprise. BloodHound is used by professional penetration testers and red teamers around the world, including the employees of SpecterOps.
BloodHound is used for identifying attack paths in Active Directory domains/forests. Those attack paths involve Windows computers, users, Active Directory security groups, permissions, privileges, group policy, domain trusts, stealing passwords, impersonating users, and more.
This shirt will be sold to raise funds for a charity called the Muscular Dystrophy Association, which supports research efforts focusing on several neuromuscular diseases. MDA also supports families suffering from those diseases. We have used shirt sales for the last 2 years to push our brand and to support MDA.
Project description and deliverables:
10" x 10" design for a unisex T-shirt, to be used for the art put onto a shirt sold by CustomInk.com. Specifically we place the design on CustomInk's "Next Level Tri-Blend T-shirt", as well as CustomInk's "Next Level Juniors Tri-Blend Deep V-Neck Shirt".
Target audience and response:
Our target audience are professional penetration testers, red teamers, and information security defense practitioners. The dominant demographic in our field appears to be men aged 25-45, but there are people younger and older in this field as well, as well as many women in our field. It is VERY important to us that we do not exclude our female colleagues, and so the design should avoid being masculine for the sake of appealing to our male colleagues.
Our audience will see the shirt for sale on CustomInk, and will see the sale advertised on Twitter. The buyers are typically existing BloodHound users. We want the buyer to be proud of the shirt and wear it at the conferences in Las Vegas (Black Hat, DEF CON and BSidesLV), at their jobs, and in their daily lives. We want people seeing the shirt to be interested in what BloodHound is. We may want to put a URL on the back of the shirt that people can easily remember to find out more information about BloodHound.
We want to encourage your creativity and not constrain you at all. The word "BloodHound" should be on the shirt, along with the name of our company, "SpecterOps". How those names are integrated into your design is totally up to you of course. We have also very commonly used the phrase "Attackers think in graphs".