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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

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

On Purple

By Tim Medin | July 12, 2019

The “Purple Team” term has been flying around for a while now and it is an important development in our growth as an industry. If you haven’t heard the term […]

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On Purple

Logging Passwords on Linux

By Tim Medin | May 30, 2019

Hal Pomeranz tipped me off to a nasty little trick of using Linux’s own auditing features and PAM to grab clear text passwords from users as they use sudo/su on […]

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Logging Passwords on Linux

Red Siege Welcomes Corey Overstreet

By Red Siege | May 23, 2019

Overstreet is an experienced penetration tester and red team operator and has been engaged with Fortune 500 organizations across a variety of industries, including financial services, government services, and healthcare. […]

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Red Siege Welcomes Corey Overstreet

Breaking into Infosec

By Mike Saunders | May 7, 2019

tl/dr; There are a lot of ways to get into infosec. I’ll try to outline some of the things that have helped me along the way and provide some resources […]

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Breaking into Infosec

Finding the silver lining in getting your teeth kicked in

By Mike Saunders | March 27, 2019

Lots of pen test and red team blogs follow the same model: we came, we saw, we conquered, blue team tears flowed. This is not one of those blogs. TL/DR; […]

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Finding the silver lining in getting your teeth kicked in

SQLi Data Exfiltration via DNS

By Mike Saunders | November 30, 2018

Did you know you can use DNS queries to exfiltrate data from a database via SQLi? No? Then continue reading! I’ll walk through some techniques you can use to enumerate […]

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SQLi Data Exfiltration via DNS