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2 Post(s) By: Jonathan Renard

03
Mar
2017

Lateral Movement with PSExec

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Lateral Movement: An Overview During the early stages of an engagement, penetration testers look to gain a foothold into the target network. Depending on what scenarios are agreed upon by the client and laid out in the Rules of Engagement, this foothold may occur through social engineering attacks such as phishing campaigns or by compromising

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15
Oct
2015

Privilege Escalation via Group Policy Preferences (GPP)

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While this is not a new topic in the penetration testing world by any means [Chris Gates (@carnal0wnage) and others were speaking about this way back in 2012], it is still prevalent across many networks today. It is important enough to talk about because it is “low-hanging fruit” for pentesters (and hackers) and it is

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