Scott Sutherland
July 13th, 2017

Attacking SQL Server CLR Assemblies

In this blog, I’ll be expanding on the CLR assembly attacks covered in Nathan Kirk’s CLR blog series. I’ll review how to create, import, export, and modify CLR assemblies in SQL Server with the goal of privilege escalation, OS command execution, and persistence.  I’ll also share a few new PowerUpSQL functions that can be used […]

Eric Gruber
July 5th, 2017

Anonymous SQL Execution in Oracle Advanced Support

A little over a year ago I was performing a penetration test on a client’s external environment. One crucial step in any external penetration test is mapping out accessible web servers. The combination of nmap with EyeWitness make this step rather quick as we can perform port scanning for web servers and then feed those […]

Alexander Leary
June 13th, 2017

Targeting RSA Emergency Access Tokencodes for Fun and Profit

A few months ago, one of my RSA soft token was on the fritz. It refused to work, and I was not able to remote into the client’s network to do an internal project for them. In fiddling with the RSA self-service console, and playing around with the troubleshooting section, I came across this feature called the Emergency Access Tokencode.

Steve Kerns
June 6th, 2017

Application Self Protection – A New Addition to the OWASP Top 10

OWASP has just released their release candidate of the Top 10 most critical web application security risks. While no major changes were included, they added two new ones. This blog discusses the first one in the list: A7 – Insufficient Attack Protection

Thomas Elling
May 30th, 2017

Dynamic Binary Analysis with Intel Pin

Intro to Intel Pin Dynamic Binary Instrumentation (DBI) is a technique for analyzing a running program by dynamically injecting analysis code. The added analysis code, or instrumentation code, is run in the context of the instrumented program with access to real, runtime values. DBI is a powerful technique since it does not require the source […]

Scott Sutherland
May 23rd, 2017

How to get SQL Server Sysadmin Privileges as a Local Admin with PowerUpSQL

In this blog I outline common techniques that can be used to leverage the SQL Server service account to escalate privileges from a local administrator to a SQL Server sysadmin (DBA).

Jake Reynolds
May 16th, 2017

Beautifying JSON in Burp

Most penetration testers know the pain of trying to view and modify an unparsed JSON string. This Burp extension removes that burden and allows live editing of beautified JSON strings.

Alexander Leary
May 9th, 2017

Expanding the Empire with SQL

The core of PowerUpSQL is now in Empire. Let’s quickly go over how these modules work in Empire as a few changes had to be made for it to be integrated.

Ryan Gandrud
May 2nd, 2017

Targeting Passwords for Managed and Federated Microsoft Accounts

The Basics With the continual rise in popularity of cloud services, Microsoft launched their Azure cloud infrastructure in early 2010, which eventually went on to support their Virtual Machines, Cloud Services, and Active Directory Domain Services. There are two different ways a Microsoft domain can support cloud authentication; managed and federated. A federated domain is […]

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