You are Pen Testers and Ethical Hackers
You may be missing out on an ocean of privileged access.
As penetration testers and ethical hackers, your objective is to penetrate organizational cyber security defenses so that you can help organizations identify exploitable weaknesses in their existing cyber security defenses.
You likely know that the biggest prize to bag is obtaining root-level Domain Admin equivalent privileged access.
You also likely know that within Active Directory lies a vast ocean of privileged access, within which there likely exist thousands of privilege escalation paths.
You may even use popular tools such as Bloodhound, ACLight PowerShell etc. that claim to perform advanced "Active Directory permissions analysis" to find privilege escalation paths in AD.
However, what you may not know is that all these tools deliver highly inaccurate results, because what matters is not "who has what permissions" but "who has what effective permissions".
Our insights show you how to correctly audit privileged access in AD, so you don't miss an ocean of privileged access.
Paramount Cyber Security Insight for Ethical Hackers
Within Active Directory lie all the proverbial "Keys to the Kingdom."
The vast majority of all privileged access lies in Active Directory.
The key to correctly identifying privileged access in Active Directory
The world's #1 cyber security risk to 85% of organizations worldwide.
How to correctly audit privileged access/users in Active Directory.
3 Simple Steps
How to Easily Find Privilege Escalation Paths in AD.
As pen testers and ethical hackers, you know that today, in most AD deployments worldwide, there exist thousands of privilege escalation paths just waiting to be found and exploited.
To help organizations identify them, here's how you can easily find many of them in three simple steps -
Begin by identifying the members of all default privileged security groups in Active Directory, e.g. Domain Admins, or by correctly identify privileged users in Active Directory.
Next, accurately calculate/audit exactly who has sufficient effective permissions to be able to change membership of these groups, reset the passwords of their members, or modify their permissions or ownership on these objects.
Finally, just iterate this process a few times over, and you will have found hundreds, if not thousands, of privileged escalation paths in virtually any Active Directory today.
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