Very quick post to explore some different ways to enumerate the AppLocker configuration being applied to a host, both remotely and locally. Understanding these rules, particularly deny rules, are useful for engineering bypasses.
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RDPClip

This is just a quick post to demonstrate some interesting aspects of the Remote Desktop Clipboard Monitor.
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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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LAPS - Part 1

I suspect the majority of folk are familiar with the “Local Administrator Password Solution” (LAPS) from Microsoft. If not, the tl;dr is that it: periodically changes the local admin account password stores the password in a extended attribute of the computer object in AD allows password read & reset permissions to be delegated to AD users/groups More detailed information can be found here, here and here. The purpose of this post, is to put together a more complete end-to-end process for mapping out the LAPS configuration in a domain.
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