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Related to security concerns specific to the Microsoft Windows operating system itself. For security of applications that happen to be running on Windows, please use [appsec]. For the X Window System, please use [x11].

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I would like to know what the minimum access is to be able to dump from the lsass process on a Windows machine (any version) to try and grab LSA Secrets. The reason I am asking is because I had … thought it was restricted to admin and higher, but accross multiple penetration tests and different versions of windows, I have in the past been able to obtain LSA Secrets without getting local admin …
asked Jul 31 '14 by Sonny Ordell
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I have limited experience with Windows networks and certainly no experience with AD forests or anything related. I have experience and understanding how to secure and maintain a unix style network … . I am wondering if the extra stuff like AD and whatever other windows specific technologies there are allow for Windows specific attacks, or is the AD stuff just the equivalent of LDAP? Are there any …
asked Jun 2 '11 by Sonny Ordell
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On Windows Server 2008 R2 operating as a standard user, when I open Task Manager I can see all the processes from different users on the system. I have the option to click "Show all processes" which …
asked Jun 8 '11 by Sonny Ordell
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over windows and attempts to prevent access. All too often this software runs on top of explorer and I wonder just how secure it could be, given that is the case? One product for example, ShellPro I … running a script through an allowed application? JavaScript in the address bar? Windows Script Host? Macros? Are there not many simple attacks against these kinds of software, or can they actually …
asked Jun 3 '11 by Sonny Ordell