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QOMPLX Knowledge: Responding to a Silver Ticket Attack

by QOMPLX | 11 days ago

We have explained how Silver Ticket Kerberos forgeries work. No it’s time to talk about how to investigate and recover from them.

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Enterprise Security's Soft Underbelly: Authentication

by QOMPLX | 15 days ago

In his latest article over at Raconteur.net, QOMPLX CEO Jason Crabtree takes on the enterprise's soft underbelly: threats to authentication systems including Active Directory and Kerberos.

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Recent Attacks Reveal Human-Directed Ransomware Playbook

by Michael Mimoso | 15 days ago

Recent targeted ransomware attacks remind us that securing Active Directory is imperative to containing threat actors already on a network.

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QOMPLX Operations: The Four Ps of SOCs Part 1 - People

by QOMPLX | 19 days ago

It is often said that people are the most important part of a Security Operations Center (SOC). In our latest report, we do a deep dive on how to build productive security teams in your SOC.

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QOMPLX Knowledge: Kerberoasting Attacks Explained

by QOMPLX | 20 days ago

Kerberoasting is an Active Directory attack technique targeting service account credentials. Password hashes for service accounts are stolen from memory and cracked off line.

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QOMPLX Knowledge: Pass-the-Ticket Attacks Explained

by QOMPLX | 22 days ago

Pass-the-Ticket attacks enable attackers to steal valid Kerberos tickets and pass them to systems in order to access network resources.

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The Five Cyber Threats Every CISO Needs to Follow

by QOMPLX | 25 days ago

QOMPLX CISO Andy Jaquith hosts a webinar about five critical risk scenarios that chief information security officers must understand.

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QOMPLX Analysis: SFO Airport Attack Spotlights Credential Theft Scourge

by Michael Mimoso | a month ago

A recent spate of attacks on hospitals, government agencies and a major US airport show that nation-state and cyber criminal groups are more interested than ever in Active Directory

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