SIGRed – Resolving Your Way into Domain Admin: Exploiting a 17 Year-old Bug in Windows DNS Servers CVE-2020-1350

SIGRed – Resolving Your Way into Domain Admin: Exploiting a 17-Year-old Bug in Windows DNS Servers CVE-2020-1350 Check Point released research today of a discovered vulnerability in Microsoft DNS that affects every server version since Server 2003: https://msrc-blog.microsoft.com/2020/07/14/july-2020-security-update-cve-2020-1350-vulnerability-in-windows-domain-name-system-dns-server/   This vulnerability is a huge deal. It can be launched remotely, by an unauthenticated user, requiring no […]

ATG Guardian: Alert

Recent RANSOMWARE threats against state and local government In response to the increase in ransomware attacks against state and local governments, please see this one-page document provided by govdelivery.com: three steps your department can take to protect your networks and data against adversaries. This document is provided courtesy of the Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency […]

ATG Guardian: Alert

PHISHING threat identified What happened? A malicious and successful email campaign is currently circulating and has affected users in our area. The email is generated by harvesting credentials to a user’s email account, then performing nefarious activities using these credentials. How was it identified? *The email contains fluent English language phrases that are consistent with […]

Brief synopsis about why we do it the way we do it!

Since 1995 I’ve connected a lot of computers to many networks.  In the early days the functionality was simple: share some files on a server, run an application so that many users could update data or print to a common, expensive printer. As the years passed and the functions evolved, organizations that once worked without […]