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Today we're sharing how to use the customizable reports functionality available in Core Impact. In order to generate such agents, we'll use the "Network Report Generation" wizard. From the list of available reports, filter for type "spreadsheet" and select "Network Host Report". When clicking on "Duplicate"…

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  It is our mission to continue to produce the most effective and efficient security products and services on the market. Today, I am happy to announce the release of Core Impact 18.1, our market leading penetration testing solution – where we put the…

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The next set of features shown in this quick video demonstrates the PowerShell integration that's available on Windows agents. The first step is to use the "Get installed PowerShell version" in order to verify that the target system has the proper PowerShell environment ready to…

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We all hate passwords. Either you can't remember them, or you re-use the same one over and over to avoid forgetting it. Trying to come up with new passwords is a never-ending battle against human memory versus the potential for someone to guess the…

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In this demo, you'll learn how to leverage the already installed PCAP-enabled agent from last week in order to establish a remote interface on the restricted internal network. After searching for the "Remote Network Interface" module, drop it under the agent. Then, select the interface on…

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In this quick video, we show how the PCAP plugin can be installed and used in order to quickly and efficiently improve the speed of information gathering tasks. Since installing the PCAP plugin requires administrative privileges, we'll begin by running a local escalation module. For this…

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  In this video, we show how to set up a temporal agent using the DNS communication channel. In order to mimic a client-side attack against a victim inside our restricted network, we'll use the "Server Agent in Web Server" module. After selecting the proper architecture,…

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SecureAuth and Core Security have been monitoring the evolving situation with “Meltdown” (CVE-2017-5754) and “Spectre” (CVE-2017-5753 and CVE-2017-5715) – the recently disclosed processor (CPU) vulnerabilities. Our team has not detected any current impact to customer implementations at this time. We have already initiated…

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It’s the start of a new year. A time where it’s normal for businesses to look at what worked, what didn’t and what to start or stop. With those conversations happening, it’s just as important to discuss this from a security perspective. Looking back,…

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In today’s connected world there are too many devices and too many networks to protect and cyber criminals are more sophisticated than ever. The 2017 threat landscape proved that no one is immune to cyber attacks. But can we take the cybersecurity mistakes…

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