Stealthbits’ Zerologon Detection and Mitigation Solution In my two previous blogs, we’ve gone over the new patch and update plans from Microsoft (Part 1), as well as the attack itself (Part 2). Now let’s talk about how we at Stealthbits can help. We’re actively working in the lab and investigating ways we can audit, detect, […]
How Does it Work? In Part 1 of this blog series (What is Zerologon?), we discussed how Zerologon exploits a vulnerability in NetLogon that allows a malicious actor on your network to take over a Domain Controller (DC), and eventually your entire domain. Now let’s dive into the specifics of how Zerologon works. Using Mimikatz […]
What is Zerologon? Zerologon exploits a vulnerability in NetLogon that allows a malicious actor on your network to take over a Domain Controller (DC), and eventually your entire domain. Since this attack requires no authentication and only network access, it has been given a CVSS score of 10.0 (the highest score available). At a high […]
Abusing gMSA Passwords to Gain Elevated Access gMSA Recap If you’re not familiar with Group Managed Service Accounts (gMSA), you can review my last post which gave a high-level overview of how they work. In case you need a quick recap, a gMSA is a special Active Directory object used for securely running automated tasks, services and […]
High Level Overview of GMSAs Group Managed Service Accounts Overview Group Managed Service Accounts (gMSA) were introduced in Windows Server 2016 and can be leveraged on Windows Server 2012 and above. gMSAs offer a more secure way to run automated tasks, services, and applications. How are gMSAs more secure you ask? Well, their passwords are […]
SMBGhost What Happened? This week, Microsoft accidentally published information around a newly identified vulnerability in SMBv3, which is being dubbed SMBGhost. This vulnerability can lead to remote code execution on the server, which is always a major concern as far as the severity of vulnerabilities go. The version affected specifically is 3.1.1, which is a […]
What is Changing? In March, Microsoft will be releasing a patch that includes new audit events, additional logging, and some changes to group policy settings. Later in 2020, Microsoft will be changing the behavior of the default values for LDAP channel binding and signing. They’re making these changes because the current default settings allow for […]
Eternally Affected What is SMB? Server Message Block (SMB) is a protocol used primarily for sharing files, printer services, and communication between computers on a network. The history of SMB is long, so I’ll try to keep this short and to the point. SMBv1 Back in the 1980s and 1990s IBM and Microsoft were working […]
Kerberos Delegation Recap Previously, I gave an overview of all of the various types of Kerberos delegation, how they’re configured, and how they can potentially be abused. Prior to that, I wrote about abusing resource-based constrained delegation and Jeff Warren has written about abusing unconstrained delegation. To round out the Kerberos delegation topic, I wanted […]
Kerberos Delegation and Usage Kerberos delegation has been around for a long time (Windows Server 2000 to be exact), but more often than not, when speaking to engineers who manage or work with Active Directory, they’re not familiar with all the various implementations of Kerberos delegation, their uses, and some ways they can be abused. […]
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