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Vulnerability analysis at the CERT Coordination Center® (CERT/CC) consists of a variety of efforts, with primary focus on coordinating vulnerability disclosure and developing vulnerability discovery tools and techniques. Publicly available resources include:

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Author's Note: This post was updated on June 9, 2022, to correct factual errors including references to Kenna Security instead of AlienVault and Fortinet. This post was updated on June 14, 2022, to edit content to reflect the publication of the EPSS FAQ https://www.first.org/epss/faq on June 10, 2022. Vulnerability management https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Vulnerability_management involves discovering, analyzing, and handling new or reported security vulnerabilities in information systems.…
Overview This post will explain how to find privilege escalation vuls on Windows that no one appears to be looking for, because it's been pretty easy to find a bunch of them. After explaining how to find them, I'll introduce some defenses that can partly mitigate the problem in different ways. But what I'd like to see change is for developers to start looking for these vuls in the way I describe so that they stop introducing them in the first place.…
Overview Dirk-jan Mollema published a blog post that shows how an attacker on the same (V)LAN as a machine connected to an active directory where an AD CS server is present can obtain a kerberos ticket to impersonate a domain admin on the victim system: https://dirkjanm.io/relaying-kerberos-over-dns-with-krbrelayx-and-mitm6/ https://dirkjanm.io/relaying-kerberos-over-dns-with-krbrelayx-and-mitm6/ Using the steps outlined, an attacker can execute code with SYSTEM privileges on the victim system.…


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