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Dumping LSASS Like it’s 2019

By Red Siege | March 4, 2024

By Alex Reid, Current Red Siege Intern   A long-time tactic of threat actors and offensive security professionals alike, tampering with LSASS.exe in order to recover credentials remains a highly […]

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Dumping LSASS Like it’s 2019

Better Living Through OpenSSH Config Files

By Red Siege | February 15, 2024

By: Justin Palk, Senior Security Consultant   SSH is an incredibly valuable tool for penetration testing. It provides us with a secure channel for administering machines, remotely executing tools, transferring […]

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Better Living Through OpenSSH Config Files

GraphStrike: Using Microsoft Graph API to Make Beacon Traffic Disappear

By Red Siege | January 22, 2024

By: Alex Reid, Current Red Siege Intern We at Red Siege are proud to introduce GraphStrike: a tool suite for use with Cobalt Strike that enables Beacons to use Microsoft […]

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GraphStrike: Using Microsoft Graph API to Make Beacon Traffic Disappear

Preparing for a Penetration Test: Insights from Tim Medin, CEO of Red Siege Information Security

By Tim Medin | November 13, 2023

As the CEO of Red Siege Information Security, I’ve had the privilege of building an outstanding team of ethical hackers to conduct numerous penetration tests for organizations across many industries. […]

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Preparing for a Penetration Test: Insights from Tim Medin, CEO of Red Siege Information Security

Vishing: How to Protect Your Business from Phone-Based Social Engineering Attacks

By Red Siege | September 22, 2023

from Jason Downey, Security Consultant In our digital world today, where cyber stuff keeps changing all the time, there’s this sneaky attack method that’s been popping up more and more […]

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Vishing: How to Protect Your Business from Phone-Based Social Engineering Attacks

House cat to Hashcat

By Red Siege | August 22, 2023

by Jason Downey, Security Consultant   The Basics¬† Password cracking is a key tool in every penetration tester’s toolbox and is something blue teamers should do on a regular basis […]

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House cat to Hashcat

Obfuscating Shellcode Using Jargon

By Red Siege | July 31, 2023

by Mike Saunders, Principal Security Consultant In a recent blog , we discussed how encrypting shellcode leads to increased entropy, which may result in your shellcode loader being blocked and/or […]

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Obfuscating Shellcode Using Jargon

Browser Only Web Application Testing

By Red Siege | July 24, 2023

By: Ian Briley, Security Consultant Spoiler Alert: Burp is the number one tool most people use while testing web applications. If you want to be an open-source champion, ZAP from […]

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Browser Only Web Application Testing

Red Siege acquires FortyNorth Security

By Red Siege | June 5, 2023

Red Siege strengthens its offensive security consulting offerings with the acquisition of FortyNorth Security. The transaction expands Red Siege’s services to its clients with more leading-edge open source and private […]

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Red Siege acquires FortyNorth Security

Evading CrowdStrike Falcon Using Entropy

By Red Siege | April 11, 2023

from Mike Saunders, Principal Consultant tl/dr You’re encrypting your shellcode so you don’t get caught, and that might get you caught. Introduction I’ve encountered CrowdStrike Falcon Protect on engagements many […]

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Evading CrowdStrike Falcon Using Entropy