Hot off the presses from IronGeek (so you know its good):
During 2005 Sony BMG was discovered to be including Extended Copy Protection (XPC) and MediaMax CD-3 software on music CDs. The software was automatically installed in the background onto users computers systems that used the autorun function to start running the CD. The software could hide itself from the computers process list in the same way a rootkit would. There was over 100 titles in total that included this “rootkit”. Using similar techniques we are going to use the autorun feature with a USB drive to run multiple hacking tools…
As part of IronGeek’s “Hacking Illustrated Series”, this tutorial is a video (by Dosk3n). Go watch it over at IronGeek (pro tip – click the article title). There’s even a download link so you can watch it at your leisure over and over again.
Big ups to IronGeek and DosK3n on the tutorial and the sweet sweet “turn their own weapons against them” intro.