Cybersecurity Resource Center
Social Media is one of those things that we use on a daily basis, for better or for worse.
WordPress is a popular website framework that allows people to create websites without having to know much about website development. Because of this, it’s easy for people to include vulnerable WordPress features within their websites.
Wouldn’t it be nice to have a place where you can see how live malware would act on a computer system?
Linux is not having a great year when it comes to privilege escalation vulnerabilities.
Let’s take a brief look at SprayKatz, a tool that will allow you to get password hashes on a Windows system without putting the actual Mimikatz binary on the Windows system!
Let’s discuss the deprecation of the WMIC.exe binary when it comes to lateral movement in Windows systems!
The question about how to send a payload to a user to execute is one that frequently arises.
Attempting to use default payloads within Metasploit will usually result in the payload being caught by Windows Defender. Let’s get a little more advanced in our payload creation and add some shellcode and encryption into the mix!