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Recon Methods Part 3 – OSINT Employee Discovery

By Red Siege | February 27, 2020

In the first part of this series, we explored options we typically use to discover domain names, subdomains, available services on those hosts, historical data on the target, and indicators […]

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Recon Methods Part 3 – OSINT Employee Discovery

Recon Methods Part 2 – OSINT Host Discovery Continued

By Red Siege | February 19, 2020

In part 1, we discussed how to start with a target’s name and research a company’s history through Wikipedia, gain information about external hosts with DNSDumpster, and continue host discovery […]

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Recon Methods Part 2 – OSINT Host Discovery Continued

“I Want My EIP: Buffer Overflow 101” at NolaCon

By Red Siege | February 18, 2020

I Want My EIP: Buffer Overflow 101 Mike Saunders to Speak at NolaCon Red Siege Information Security Principal Consultant Mike Saunders will present “I Want My EIP: Buffer Overflow 101” […]

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“I Want My EIP: Buffer Overflow 101” at NolaCon

Hacking Dumberly Redux: More Dumberer at WWHF San Diego

By Red Siege | February 18, 2020

Hacking Dumber Redux: More Dumberer Tim Medin to Speak at Wild West Hacking Fest San Diego Red Siege Principal Consultant Tim Medin will present at 4pm Wednesday, March 11 at […]

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Hacking Dumberly Redux: More Dumberer at WWHF San Diego

Recon Methods Part 1 – OSINT Host Discovery

By Red Siege | February 4, 2020

During an external assessment (be it a penetration test or red team), we here at Red Siege begin by investigating the target as completely as possible before accessing the target’s […]

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Recon Methods Part 1 – OSINT Host Discovery

User Enumeration Part 1 – Building Name Lists

By Mike Saunders | January 30, 2020

A common part of pen tests – both network and web app – is password spraying. In order to do that, you need usernames. But how do you find out […]

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User Enumeration Part 1 – Building Name Lists

Lessons Learned in Password Cracking

By Mike Saunders | January 16, 2020

In many tests, we end up having to do some kind of password cracking, Kerberoasted hashes, hashes dumped from the SAM or ntds.dit, or some other kind of hash. When […]

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Lessons Learned in Password Cracking

Protected: 660 Supplemental Info

By Tim Medin | August 27, 2019

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Protected: 660 Supplemental Info

Open Source Intelligence Through Messaging Apps

By Red Siege | August 19, 2019

During red team engagements, we try to gather information about our targets as quietly as possible. One piece of information that can be difficult to find is employee cell phone […]

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Open Source Intelligence Through Messaging Apps

Enterprise Security Names Red Siege as a Top 10 Vulnerability Management Company for 2019

By Red Siege | August 6, 2019

To help business providers in selecting promising vulnerability management services, a distinguished panel of prominent marketing specialists and analysts, along with Enterprise Security Magazine editorial board has assessed and shortlisted […]

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Enterprise Security Names Red Siege as a Top 10 Vulnerability Management Company for 2019