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Attacking and Defending Active Directory: Advanced Edition [March 2023]

A deep dive into Red Teaming – Practice attacks with focus on OpSec, Living Off the Land and bypassing security controls like MDI, WDAC and more in a secure multi-forest active directory lab environment. Earn the CRTE certification

Starts: 05 March 2023  Duration: 4 weeks
Recordings of live sessions included!

Attacking & Defending Active Directory: Advanced Edition (CRTE)

What You Will Learn

This advanced bootcamp is designed to help security professionals understand, analyze and practice threats and attacks in a modern, multi-forest Active Directory environment with fully patched Server 2019 machines.
 

In addition to learning the popular tactics, techniques and procedures (TTPs), you will also see how they change for attacks across forest trusts. You will also learn how to abuse or bypass modern Windows defenses like Advanced Threat Analytics, Local Administrator Password Solution (LAPS), Just Enough Administration (JEA), Resource-Based Constrained Delegation (RBCD), Windows Defender Application Control (WDAC), Application Whitelisting (AWL), Constrained Language Mode (CLM), virtualization and more.

Attacking & Defending Active Directory: Advanced Edition (CRTE)

​4 Live Sessions
3 Hrs Per Session
4 Weeks Access
60 Flags To Be Collected
29 Lab Exercises
1 CRTE Attempt
Recordings Of Live Sessions

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Build Your Cybersecurity Credentials

Become a Certified Red Team Expert (CRTE)

A certificate holder has demonstrated the capability of enumerating and understanding an unknown Windows network and can identify misconfigurations, functionality abuse and trusts abuse. She can use, write and modify open source tools and can abuse other built-in tools to perform enumeration, local privileges escalation, impersonation, pivoting, whitelisting bypasses, and antivirus evasion as well as identify sensitive data with minimal chances of detection.
 

Bootcamp Completion Certificate

Attendees will also get a course completion certificate after completing Learning Objectives covered during the course.

Attacking & Defending Active Directory: Advanced Edition (CRTE)

Live Session Schedule

Weekly 3.5 hr sessions start at 10:00am ET and end at 1:30pm ET.

Date
Live Sessions
05 March 2023
Introduction to Active Directory, Enumeration and Local Privilege Escalation
12 March 2023
Lateral Movement, Domain Privilege Escalation and Persistence
19 March 2023
Domain Persistence, Dominance and Escalation to Enterprise Admins
26 March 2023
Defenses, Monitoring and Bypassing Defenses
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Prerequisites

1. A good understanding of Active Directory security.
2. The ability to use command line tools.

Bootcamp Syllabus

The course is split in four modules across four weeks:

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Module I: 

Introduction to Active Directory, attack methodology and tradecraft

Domain Enumeration (Attacks and Defense)

Enumerating information that would be useful in attacks with leaving minimal footprint on the endpoints

Understand and practice what properties and information to look for when preparing attack paths to avoid detection

Enumerate trust relationships within and across forests to map cross trust attack paths

Learn and practice escalating to local administrator privileges in the domain by abusing OU Delegation, Restricted Groups, LAPS, Nested group membership and hunting for privileges using remote access protocols

Credential Replay Attacks

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Module II: 

Abusing on-prem MS Exchange for privilege escalation and extracting emails and sensitive information from mailboxes

Evading application whitelisting (WDAC)

Domain Privilege Escalation by abusing Unconstrained Delegation: understand how unconstrained delegation is useful in compromising multiple high privilege servers and users in AD

Abusing Constrained Delegation for Domain Privilege Escalation by impersonating high privilege accounts

Using ACL permissions to abuse Resource-based Constrained Delegation

Domain Persistence Techniques

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Module III: 

Advanced Cross Domain attacks. Learn and practice attacks that allow escalation from Domain Admins to Enterprise Admins by abusing MS Products and delegation issues

Lateral movement from on-prem to Azure AD by attacking Hybrid Identity infrastructure

Advanced Cross Forest attacks. Execute attacks like abuse of Kerberoast, SID Filtering misconfigurations etc. across forest trusts forests and understand the nuances of such attacks

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Module IV: 

Abusing SQL Server for cross forest attacks

More on advanced Cross Forest attacks like abuse of Foreign Security Principals, ACLs etc.

Abusing PAM trust and shadow security principals to execute attacks against a managed forests

Detections and Defenses (Red Forest, JEA, PAW, LAPS, Selective Auth, Deception, App Whitelisting, ATA, Tiered Administration)

Bypassing defenses like Advanced Threat Analytics, Protected Users Group, WDAC etc.

Bootcamp Syllabus
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Chirag Savla

MEET THE INSTRUCTOR

Red Team Lab, Red Team Certifications, Red Team Trainings, Azure Pentesting, Azure Security

Chirag is a Senior Security Researcher at Altered Security whose areas of interest include penetration testing, red teaming, azure, active directory security, and post-exploitation research.

He has over 7+ years of experience in information security. Chirag likes to research new attack methodologies and create open-source tools that can be used during the red team assessments. He has worked extensively on Azure, Active Directory attacks, defense, and bypassing detection mechanisms.

He is the author of multiple Open Source tools such as Process Injection, Callidus, etc. He has spoken in multiple conferences and local meetups.

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