Lateral Movement

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Explore advanced techniques in cybersecurity to detect and prevent lateral movement threats in critical networks.

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Find existing local admin access for the current user: Hunt for sessions of interesting users on machines where you have access: Search for kerberoastable users: Search for AS-REP roastable users: Look for interesting ACLs within the domain, filtering on a specific user or group you…

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Port forwarding using Netsh is a simple process that allows you to remotely access a computer or network from another device. With a few simple commands, you can route traffic from one application to another, and even control how data is sent over the network….

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Learn about Pass-the-Ticket (PtT) attacks, a sophisticated method used by cybercriminals to compromise network security. Discover how PtT attacks exploit Kerberos authentication in Active Directory environments, enabling unauthorized access and lateral movement. Understand the mechanisms, detection techniques, and preventive measures against PtT attacks. Pass-the-Ticket (PtT)…