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Incident Response without Windows Event Logs

This post discuss some Digital Forensics and Incident Response (DFIR) techniques you can leverage when you encounter an environment without Windows event logs. Where are the logs? at work, we regularly respond to security incidents with ineffective logging and auditing for the purposes of a cyber incident. In some cases, …

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Check if your Active Directory passwords are compromised in a data breach

To compare Active Directory accounts against breached passwords you need access to your Active Directory with a specific privileged account, a password list with NTLM hashes and some PowerShell commands. But why should you do this? Password hashes of Domain accounts can be dumped locally from SAM, memory, remotely and …

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PrintNightmare CVE-2021-34527 exploit Mitigation to keep your Print Servers running while Microsoft Patch Doesn’t Really work Effectively

A regular domain user can easily take over the entire Active Directory domain. While we still recommend that the print spooler service should be disabled on any system that does not need it, we also want to provide a temporary workaround to make the exploit ineffective, while allowing you to …

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Active Directory Exploitation [EVERYTHING]

Summary Active Directory Exploitation Cheatsheet Summary Tools Domain Enumeration Using PowerView Using AD Module Using BloodHound Useful Enumeration Tools Local Privilege Escalation Lateral Movement Powershell Remoting Remote Code Execution with PS Credentials Import a powershell module and execute its functions remotely Executing Remote Stateful commands Mimikatz Useful Tools Domain Privilege …

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Powershell is POWERED SHELL for Sysadmins and Penetration testers

This article contains a list of PowerShell commands collected from various corners of the Internet which could be helpful during penetration tests or red team exercises. The list includes various post-exploitation one-liners in pure PowerShell without requiring any offensive (= potentially flagged as malicious) 3rd party modules, but also a …

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