The Diana Initiative

By Red Siege | June 27, 2022

The Diana Initiative is a diversity-driven conference committed to helping all underrepresented people in Information Security. Red Siege is a proud sponsor and supports the mission of The Diana Initiative and will be active in the virtual discord during the event.

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August 10, 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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