Over the years I’ve seen a lot of misconfigurations or a lack of configurations when it comes to protecting Windows credentials, hashes or Kerberos tickets.
Later this past month, our lab welcomed a very important individual: Robi the robot (it has a camera and speakers!). We also received the honors to
In one of our previous posts, we noted that a popular tool – Responder – uses Basic Authentication prompts to harvest user credentials when they
There are a good number of situations when we find ourselves abusing the LLMNR and NBT-NS protocols on an infrastructure penetration test, more specifically on
In a recent penetration testing project we encountered a situation where in order to prove exploitability and possible damage we had to exfiltrate data from