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Another Log4j on the fire: Unifi

By now, you’re probably well aware of a recently disclosed vulnerability for the Java logging library, Log4j. The vulnerability is wide-reaching and affects Ubiquiti's Unifi Network Application. In this article, we’re…

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How to exploit Log4j vulnerabilities in VMWare vCenter

A vulnerability was recently disclosed for the Java logging library, Log4j. The vulnerability is wide-reaching and affects both open source projects and enterprise software, meaning we need to understand how to ID and… read more →

The ultimate tag team: PetitPotam and ADCS pwnage from Linux

PetitPotam and ADCS exploitation are nothing short of amazing. Exploitation is a breeze and results in full domain admin access. With these two TTPs, an attacker can hop on a network, exploit the vulnerability, do some… read more →

#PrintNightmare – Is your company protected from this Print Spooler vulnerability?

Hey, you love printers right? They’re that reliable, steadfast piece of technology that always seems to work and never gives you any headaches ... right? Well, buckle up. Microsoft is releasing emergency security… read more →

How to limit cleartext password storage and fix the issue in your organization

The key to our engagements often and unfortunately involve the discovery of credentials on internal network file shares. We’re going to show you how we find cleartext password storage problems and how to address them. read more →

Discovering Active Directory Controllers in your Client Network

After initially accessing an internal network during a penetration test, you need to find out what the Active Directory (AD) infrastructure looks like. Here, we’re going to examine methods for this process from both… read more →

How to exploit Zerologon (CVE-2020-1472)

Recently, one of the most significant Microsoft Windows vulnerabilities since Eternal Blue (MS17-010) was brought to light. We’re going to show you how to exploit it during a pentest. read more →

How to: Execute passive internal recon during continuous penetration testing

When we launch continuous penetration testing in a new network, we don't want to raise suspicion of our presence. For one reason, we may be able to get credentials without doing anything intrusive at all. To do it, we… read more →

Creating Small Containers for Penetration Testing

In this article I show you how to create small containers that use up to date tools. By default, the Golang Docker container at its smallest is 123 MB. While seemingly small, this can result in annoying latency and… read more →

Penetration Testing Dropbox Part 3 - Provisioning

This is part 3 in a series about managing dropboxes for internal penetration testing. This part is all about provisioning a dropbox to be used with our OpenVPN server that we setup in [part… read more →

Penetration Testing Dropbox Part 2 - VPN Infrastructure

In part 2 we go beyond autossh and create a OpenVPN server that our dropboxes and pentesters will connect to. We'll walk through configurations and certificates needed for seamless connectivity. read more →

Penetration Testing Dropbox Part 1 - Hardware

Setup and managing a pentest dropbox infrastructure should be simple, reliable, and versatile. In part 1 we'll show you the hardware options, and in part 2 we'll go beyond autossh and create a OpenVPN environment that… read more →

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