BSIDES AUGUSTA

By Justin Connors | June 27, 2022

Red Siege is a proud sponsor of BSIDES Augusta.

Our C.E.O Tim Medin is honored to be the Keynote Speaker for this event.

Each BSides is a community-driven framework for building events for and by information security community members.

The goal is to expand the spectrum of conversation beyond the traditional confines of space and time. It creates opportunities for individuals to both present and participate in an intimate atmosphere that encourages collaboration.

BSidesAugusta holds an annual conference in the Fall with the goals of:

  • Providing a safe platform for relevant and interesting talks
  • Facilitating collaboration among professionals with diverse experience levels
  • Keeping the per-attendee cost affordable
When

October 1, 2022

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Moving beyond T4 – Deconstructing Nmap Tuning

By Red Siege | July 6, 2022

by Alex Norman, Senior Security Consultant Nmap -T4 -iL targets.txt This is a very common scan string that many people use to get initial recon done on assessments and, to be honest, on a /24 you’re probably good to go and will get decent results in a reasonable amount of time with this method. There […]

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Moving beyond T4 – Deconstructing Nmap Tuning

Creating a Simple Windows Domain for Offensive Testing: Part 4

By Red Siege | June 23, 2022

By: Justin Palk, Security Consultant This is part four of my series of blog posts on creating a windows domain for offensive security testing. In part 1, I stood up a domain controller (DC) for the rslabs.lan domain. In part 2, I added users, groups and Organizational Units (OU), and in part 3, I added […]

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Creating a Simple Windows Domain for Offensive Testing: Part 4

Creating a Simple Windows Domain for Offensive Testing: Part 3

By Red Siege | June 15, 2022

by Security Consultant Justin Palk Welcome back to my series on setting up a Windows domain for offensive testing. In the first two installments (Part 1, Part 2), I stood up a DC for the rslabs.net domain, and created users, groups and organizational units (OU) to organize it. Now I’m going to stand up some […]

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Creating a Simple Windows Domain for Offensive Testing: Part 3

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