Nir Yosha, Author at Security Boulevard

What State-Sponsored Attacks Can Teach Us About Conditional Access

People often think that state-sponsored attacks from groups like Lazarus (North Korea), Fancy Bear (Russia) or menuPass (China) only target public federal organizations in Western nations like the U.S. This is simply not the case. In fact, attacks on large financial and retail institutions have increasingly been state-sponsored attacks hoping ... Read More

Catching Bloodhound Before it Bites

BloodHound is a public and freely available tool that uses graph theory to automate much of the confusion behind understanding relationships in an Active Directory (AD) environment. It allows hackers and pentesters to know precisely three things: which computers give admin rights to any user, which users effectively have admin ... Read More