The Technicolor 7210 home router is a powerful little device. It provides 1Gbps Ethernet, dual-band wireless for speeds ranging from 300Mbps to 1300Mbps, and Network Attached Storage (NAS) for file sharing and media streaming.Read More
After reading harmj0y blog post about “Roasting AS-REPs”, I have decided to update the
Dump-User.ps1 script in order for it to report on users that don’t have Kerberos pre-authentication enabled. Running the updated version against a “in the wild” target yielded interesting results to say the least.
In the previous part of this multi-part article, I explained how I reversed engineered one of the binaries of the Cisco AnyConnect (CAC) Secure Mobility Client. This allowed me to understand the header format of the network packets used in the Inter-Process Communication (IPC) mechanism. In this part, I will focus on doing a more dynamic analysis in order to understand what goes in the packet body.Read More