windows privilege escalation

  1. Windows Privilege Escalation: Kernel Exploit

    As this series was dedicated to Windows Privilege escalation thus I’m writing this Post to explain command practice for kernel-mode exploitation. Table of Content What is a kernel? Prerequisite Hunting Vulnerable Kernel Kernel Privilege Escalation Techniques Kernel Exploit Using Metasploit...
  2. Windows Privilege Escalation: SeBackupPrivilege

    In this article, we will shed light on some of the methods of Escalating Privilege on Windows-based Devices when it is vulnerable with the SeBackupPrivilege after getting the initial foothold on the device. Table of Content Introduction Setting Up Privilege on Windows 10 Testing Privilege on...
  3. Windows Privilege Escalation: DnsAdmins to DomainAdmin

    In this article, we will show you a method for Escalating Privilege on Windows-based Devices when it contains a compromised user of the DnsAdmins Group. Table of Content Introduction Setting Up Enumeration Exploitation Indicator of Compromise Conclusion Introduction In our long series in...
  4. Windows Privilege Escalation: SeImpersonatePrivilege

    In this article, we will be showcasing the process of creating a lab environment on an IIS Server running a Windows Server 2019 machine. After setting the IIS server, we will be focusing on the usage of the SeImpersontePrivilege or Impersonate a Client After Authentication” User Right Privileges...
  5. Windows Privilege Escalation: Weak Services Permission

    Microsoft Windows offers a wide range of fine-grained permissions and privileges for controlling access to Windows components including services, files, and registry entries. Exploiting misconfigured services is one technique to increase privileges. Table of Content MS Windows Services...
  6. Windows Privilege Escalation: Insecure GUI Application

    Introduction In the series of Privilege escalation, till now we have learned that Microsoft Windows offers a wide range of fine-grained permissions and privileges for controlling access to Windows components including services, files, and registry entries. Today through applications we are going...
  7. Windows Privilege Escalation: Unquoted Service Path

    Microsoft Windows offers a wide range of fine-grained permissions and privileges for controlling access to Windows components including services, files, and registry entries. Exploiting Unquoted Service path is one technique to increase privileges. Unquoted Path or Unquoted Service path is...
  8. Windows Privilege Escalation: Weak Registry Permission

    Microsoft Windows offers a wide range of fine-grained permissions and privileges for controlling access to Windows components including services, files, and registry entries. Exploiting Weak Registry Permissions is one technique to increase privileges. Table of Content Introduction Windows...
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