Tag: WindowsSecurity

Microsoft Ignite 2015 Security Sessions

Microsoft retired several conferences this year (TechEd, MEC, MMC, etc) and merged them into a single mega-conference called Microsoft Ignite 2015. About 23,000 people (~29k including all staff and support personnel) converged on the McCormick Place Conference Center in Chicago, IL during the week of May 4th (May the Fourth be With You!). I recently …

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BlueHat 2014 Slides: Reality Bites – The Attacker’s View of Windows Authentication and Post-exploitation

Each year, Microsoft invites security researchers (aka hackers) to speak to Microsoft employees about security issues. One of the most interesting talks listed at “BlueHat” 2014 was the one by the “Pass-the-Hash” experts, Chris Campbell, Bejamin Delpy, and Skip Duckwall. This talk will focus on the how Windows authentication works in the real world and …

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