Exploring Data Exfiltration

Data exfiltration is a concern for most organizations. Protecting your data from prying eyes is hard enough but keeping it on your network; now that’s a challenge. With technology continuing to advance, we are forever moving to cloud this and cloud that. Because we can’t live in a world with only using one company, our data is scattered around the web like nobodies business.

Exnoscan

Exnoscan is a simple bash script that can help you identify gaps. We often monitor what we know, so Exnoscan aims to identify what you don't.....

Building an NSG logger

My first attempt at a logger was for short term. It became apparent quite quickly that this wouldn't be a long standing solution to avoid the log analytics costs......................

The not so isolated risk of legacy systems

Unfortunately, in today’s world, it is not just Vladimir Putin running Windows XP. Many continue to run the risk of keeping legacy systems within their production environment. I imagine for most; this has run through some sort of internal process where the risk has been accepted. If you yourself work within IT, it would be... Continue Reading →

Brute Force Web Logins

If you have a login page which is reachable over the internet, at some point it's going to get attacked. The reason why is because it can be extremely easy for attackers to do so....

Phishing.web.core.windows.net

EvilGinx is a prime example of some of the amazing tools out there that came be used for Phishing. If you haven't heard of it, EvilGinx was release a few years back and showed us a weak point in 2FA. For most back then, MFA was a sure way to thwart the bad guys and it make the system or user account "impenetrable".....

Living Off The Land: Suspicious System32

The services below are some of the most commonly abused services for malicious parties to "live of the land". Each are built into Windows and inherit trust by default. Because of this, security controls won't ever be able to fully isolate them without affecting the operating system. For example, your endpoint protection can't block command prompt and Powershell because engineers use them for automation tasks, nor can it block task scheduler or certuitl.......

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