MiniDumpDotNet – Part 1 & 2 In MiniDumpDoNet – Part 1, we took a brief look at the MiniDumpWriteDump() Win32 API and considered options for reimplementation for the purposes of […]
MiniDumpWriteDump The Background Story Throughout 2021 a thought had been bouncing around in my head: why hasn’t anyone reimplemented MiniDumpWriteDump? For those who are not yet familiar, the Win32 API […]
Mimikatz Mimikatz (1) is a big-name tool in penetration testing used to dump credentials from memory on Windows. As a penetration tester, this method is invaluable for lateral and vertical […]
White Oak Security recently performed a red team engagement for a client where we discovered subsidiaries owned by their parent company (which we were testing against). All of these subsidiaries […]
In this edition of Bypassing Defenses, we’ll highlight how we were able to bypass the Endpoint Detection and Response (EDR) solution Symantec Endpoint Protection on a recent Red Team engagement, […]
Welcome to another installment of Unauthenticated! In this post, we will look at a recent web application penetration test where an XML external entity (XXE) expansion vulnerability was exploited without […]
Bypassing defenses with Cylance during a White Oak Security’s red team engagement to extract domain admin credentials from LSASS leads to a HUGE compromise.
So You Want a Red Team: The Primer In my former life, I was a member of an institutional Red Team at a Fortune 500 organization with several colleagues and […]