Attack library

Securing your network is no longer a challenge.
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    What is credential dumping and why you should be aware of it?

    Isn't it wonderful how every time you visit a web site that you've previously visited, your browser conveniently remembers your password? It feels good to be remembered, right? But, have you ever thought of the possibilities of someone snooping around and getting their hands on your password?

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  • What is Kerberos protocol?
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    What is Kerberos protocol?

    Kerberos authentication protocol uses tickets for verifying the identities and thereby enabling trusted communication in a network. It facilitates mutual authentication where the user and the server verifies each other's identity.

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  • Threat hunting: Indicators of Compromise(IoCs)
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    Threat hunting: Indicators of Compromise(IoCs)

    Threat hunting is the process of searching for underlying and undetected threats in your network. Malicious actors often trespass the network perimeter defenses and stealthily lurk inside your environment before carrying out an attack. Once the attacker is into your network, it is difficult to identify and combat the Advanced Persistent Threats (APTs) they could pose.

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    Lateral movement: Access token manipulation

    Access tokens are used by Windows applications to access APIs.

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    Lateral movement: Account manipulation

    Account manipulation is a technique used by attackers to gain access to critical resources.

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    Threat hunting: C2 domain IoCs

    Attacker can communicate with the infected system (also called a botnet) through a command and control (C2) server.

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    What is credential dumping and why you should be aware of it?

    sn't it wonderful how every time you visit a web site that you've previously visited

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    AD Attack: DC Shadow Attack

    In a DC Shadow attack, the attacker pushes malicious changes to domain via domain replication.

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    Threat Hunting: DNS Indicators of Compromise

    Learn about security audits, real-time monitoring, and correlation and how they are useful to mitigate cyberthreats.

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    Threat hunting: External IP IoCs

    Learn why it is important to secure data that is stored online on cloud computing platforms.

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    Threat hunting: Indicators of Compromise(IoCs)

    Threat hunting is the process of searching for underlying and undetected threats in your network.

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    What is Kerberos protocol?

    Kerberos authentication protocol uses tickets for verifying the identities and thereby enabling trusted communication in a network.

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    Threat hunting: MD5 hash IoCs

    Learn about security incidents and how they are handled.

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    Lateral movement: Pass the hash attack

    Learn why UEBA is critical to maximize cybersecurity

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    Lateral Movement: Pass the ticket attack

    Learn why it is important to adhere to compliance regulations.

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    Threat hunting: threat data vs threat information vs threat intelligence feeds

    In cybersecurity, threat data, threat information and threat intelligence feeds are closely...

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    Access token manipulation: What it is and how to detect it

    Network security has crossed leaps and bounds over the years in order to protect...

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