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Market Trends: Announcing StealthINTERCEPT 5.0 General Availability – With Enterprise Password Enforcer & LSASS Guardian™

Market Trends: Announcing StealthINTERCEPT 5.0 General Availability – With Enterprise Password Enforcer & LSASS Guardian™

Transforming Active Directory Security Five years ago we introduced the StealthINTERCEPT product line, to address the growing requirement for a comprehensive Active Directory change and access monitoring solution. We know that Active Directory is safest when it is clean, properly configured, closely monitored, and tightly controlled – that is exactly what StealthINTERCEPT has been successfully doing for its users. The security implications of a well maintained and monitored AD environment have significantly increased in the years since we first released…

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How Attackers Are Bypassing PowerShell Protections

How Attackers Are Bypassing PowerShell Protections

Bypassing PowerShell Protections Now that we have explored various protections against malicious PowerShell, let’s look at how to get around every one of these PowerShell protections! Don’t worry, these PowerShell protections are still worth doing, and they will still make things harder on attackers and easier to detect. However, we need to be aware that they cannot stop everything. If an attacker wants to run Mimikatz and access your credentials, they will find a way. The more you know about…

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Stealing Credentials with a Security Support Provider (SSP)

Stealing Credentials with a Security Support Provider (SSP)

Introduction: SSP Attacks Mimikatz provides attackers several different ways to store credentials from memory and extract them from Active Directory. One of the more interesting tools provided is the MemSSP command, which will register a Security Support Provider (SSP) on a Windows host. Once registered, this SSP will log all passwords in clear text for any users who log on locally to that system. In this post, we will explore this attack and how it can be used by attackers…

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