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Attacking and Defending Active Directory Course & PDF Guides

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Price: 10.00 USD | Size: 4.80 GB |  Duration : 13 Hours  |36 Video Lessons | ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ 4.9

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Price: 10.00 USD | Size: 4.80 GB |  Duration : 13 Hours  |36 Video Lessons | ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ 4.9

BRAND: Expert TRAINING | ENGLISH | Bonus : Active Directory Security Guides | INSTANT DOWNLOAD

 

Attacking and Defending Active Directory Course & PDF Guides

Build expertise in attacking and defending real-world enterprise Active Directory environments.

 

What You’ll Learn

This is a 4-week beginner-friendly bootcamp, designed to teach security professionals how to identify and analyze threats in a modern Active Directory environment. The bootcamp will cover topics like Active Directory (AD) enumeration, trust mapping, domain privilege escalation, Kerberos based attacks, SQL server trusts, defenses and bypasses of defenses.

The bootcamp will teach you how to attack and defend Enterprise Active Directory environments and will give you an opportunity to become a Certified Red Team Professional.

 

Prerequisites

1. A basic understanding of Active Directory
2. The ability to use command line tools on Windows

 

Module I: Active Directory Enumeration and Local Privilege Escalation

  • Enumerate useful information like users, groups, group memberships, computers, userproperties, trusts, ACLs etc. to map attack paths
  • Learn and practice different local privilege escalation techniques on a Windows machine
  • Hunt for local admin privileges on machines in the target domain using multiple methods
  • Abuse enterprise applications to execute complex attack paths that involve bypassing antivirus and pivoting to different machines

Module II: Lateral Movement, Domain Privilege Escalation and Persistence

  • Learn to find credentials and sessions of high privileges domain accounts like Domain Administrators, extracting their credentials and then using credential replay attacks to escalate privileges, all of this with just using built-in protocols for pivoting
  • Learn to extract credentials from a restricted environment where application whitelisting is enforced. Abuse derivative local admin privileges and pivot to other machines to escalate privileges to domain level
  • Understand the classic Kerberoast and its variants to escalate privileges
  • Understand and exploit delegation issues
  • Learn how to abuse privileges of Protected Groups to escalate privileges
  • Abuse Kerberos functionality to persist with DA privileges. Forge tickets to execute attacks like Golden ticket and Silver ticket to persist
  • Subvert the authentication on the domain level with Skeleton key and custom SSP
  • Abuse the DC safe mode Administrator for persistence
  • Abuse the protection mechanism like AdminSDHolder for persistence

Module III: Domain Persistence, Dominance and Escalation to Enterprise Admins

  • Abuse minimal rights required for attacks like DCSync by modifying ACLs of domainobjects
  • Learn to modify the host security descriptors of the domain controller to persist andexecute commands without needing DA privileges
  • Learn to elevate privileges from Domain Admin of a child domain to Enterprise Admins on the forest root by abusing Trust keys and krbtgt account
  • Execute intra-forest trust attacks to access resources across forest
  • Abuse database links to achieve code execution across forest by just using the databases

Module IV: Monitoring, Architecture Changes, Bypassing Advanced Threat Analytics and Deception

  • Learn about useful events logged when the discussed attacks are executed
  • Learn briefly about architecture changes required in an organization to avoid the discussed attacks. We discuss Temporal group membership, ACL Auditing, LAPS, SID Filtering, Selective Authentication, credential guard, device guard (WDAC), Protected Users Group, PAW, Tiered Administration and ESAE or Red Forest
  • Learn how Microsoft’s Advanced Threat Analytics and other similar tools detect domain attacks and the ways to avoid and bypass such tools
  • Understand how Deception can be effective deployed as a defense mechanism in AD
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