GPO Abuse


Being able to write to a Group Policy Object affords you some interesting opportunities. Depending on circumstance, it can either be used as a priv esc vector - e.g. if you control a GPO that is applied to machines that have higher privileged accounts logged on; or as a persistence mechanism to maintain access to those machines.

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LAPS - Part 2

In Part 1 we explored how one could go about discovering and mapping the LAPS configuration in a domain. In this part, we’ll look at various ways LAPS can be abused for persistence purposes.

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