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Metasploit Weekly Wrap-Up 04/12/24
Account Takeover using Shadow Credentials The new release of Metasploit Framework includes a Shadow Credentials module added by smashery [https://github.com/rapid7/metasploit-framework/pull/19051] used for reliably taking over an Active Directory user account or computer, and letting future authentication to happen as that account. This can be chained with other modules present in Metasploit Framework such as windows_secrets_dump. Details The module targets a ‘victim’ account that is part of a
Simon Janusz
Apr 12, 2024
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CVE-2024-3400: Critical Command Injection Vulnerability in Palo Alto Networks Firewalls
On Friday, April 12, Palo Alto Networks published an advisory on CVE-2024-3400, a CVSS 10 vulnerability in several versions of PAN-OS, the operating system that runs on the company’s firewalls. CVE-2024-3400 allows for arbitrary code execution as root.
Caitlin Condon
Apr 12, 2024
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Stories from the SOC Part 2: MSIX Installer Utilizes Telegram Bot to Execute IDAT Loader
In part one of our blog series, we discussed how a Rust based application was used to download and execute the IDAT Loader. In part two of this series, we will be providing analysis of how an MSIX installer led to the download and execution of the IDAT Loader.
Tom Elkins
Apr 10, 2024
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