Tag: Windows

Mar 16

Microsoft EMET 5.2 Now Available!

  Microsoft Security Research and Defense blog posts that Microsoft EMET 5.2 is now available! Following is the list of the main changes and improvements: Control Flow Guard: EMET’s native DLLs have been compiled with Control Flow Guard (CFG). CFG is a new feature introduced in Visual Studio 2015 (and supported by Windows 8.1 and …

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Nov 22

Mimikatz and Active Directory Kerberos Attacks

NOTE: While this page will remain, the majority of the Mimikatz information in this page is now in the “Unofficial Mimikatz Guide & Command Reference” which will be updated on a regular basis. Mimikatz is the latest, and one of the best, tool to gather credential data from Windows systems. In fact I consider Mimikatz …

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Oct 06

Comparing ASLR on Windows & Linux

Two key differences regarding Linux & Windows Address Space Layout Randomization (ASLR): ASLR is not as prevalent in most Linux distributions as it is on modern Windows systems. ASLR cannot be force-enabled for applications on Linux, as EMET can do on Windows. Read the entire article at Cert.org