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On a recent assessment we ran into a situation where we needed to escalate privileges on a fairly locked down workstation. Kernel exploits (kitrap0d) wouldn’t work, so we fell back to an old classic, vulnerable windows services. While we couldn’t manipulate services directly, a custom system service purposely left its binary privileges open for compatibility …

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Cracking the Perimeter (CTP) and OSCE review

Exactly a year ago I went through the Offensive Security Certified Professional (OSCP) exam, the 24 hour capstone to the comprehensive and awesome Penetesting with Backtrack (now Pentesting with Kali Linux) training offered by the guys Offensive Security. I can’t say enough good things about that set of training and the exam itself; it’s a …

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